A Look At Termite Inspections

Posted on: 1 March 2023

If you've scheduled a termite inspection with a pest control contractor, you may wonder what will happen during the inspection. Whether you're in the process of buying or selling a home or just want to make sure your current home is free from termites, it helps to know what goes on during the process. This blog post takes an insider look at termite inspections. The Basics Of Termite Inspections The Exterior [Read More]

Are You Prepared for the Attack of the Flying Termites? (And No, It's Not a Movie)

Posted on: 9 August 2022

If you have a home anywhere in Australia, you should certainly be aware of the threat posed by termites. After all, if they infiltrate your property and establish a colony, they will eat away at the wooden structure of your home until there is nothing left. Yet most people believe that termites can only enter the property through a subterranean tunnel, which is not the case. Could your property be vulnerable to an attack from some flying termites instead? [Read More]

4 Common Winter Pests in Australia and How to Stop Them

Posted on: 18 March 2022

There is no doubt that summertime is peak time for pests in Australia. But that doesn't mean that your pest problems will end once winter arrives. In Australia, although the winters are mild, your home will still attract insect and animal pests alike. Here are some of the most common household pests in winter, along with some steps you can take to keep pests at bay. 1. Bed bugs Bed bugs don't like the cold, but winters are mild in Australia, and bed bugs live indoors alongside their favourite food source – humans! [Read More]

Proactive Termite Control

Posted on: 27 October 2021

There are many proactive termiticide control measures that homeowners and business owners can take to protect their property from termite damage. This article explores some of the things you can do to keep termites at bay. Read on to discover more! Protect Woodwork in Your Home The first step you want to take is to maintain your woodwork. Apply a heavy paste of linseed oil and varnish for best results. Doing so will prevent the rot that the termites may feed on, as well as help condition the wood. [Read More]