All you need to know about termite inspections

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Often the first question asked is – why do I need a termite inspection in Sydney? Over the next 2 weeks Forensic Pest Control will take a deeper look at Termite Inspections to make things clearer for our readers.

 

The most destructive wood pests are subterranean termites – they are a threat to both new and existing homes. Unfortunately 1 in every 3 homes in Australia will be affected by termites at some stage and the scary thing is the presence of termites can go undetected until the damage is done. In some cases you find that damage caused by termites isn’t actually covered in your home insurance policy. New homes have to be protected from subterranean termites however even a properly installed termite barrier system still does NOT guarantee the prevention of a termite invasion and it is for this reason Forensic Pest Control recommend regular termite inspections at least once a year – or more frequently if your home is in a higher termite risk area.

 

Annual inspections by the team of fully licensed and qualified technicians from Forensic Pest Control; is the safest way to prevent, detect and treat any termite activity in your home.

 

A termite inspection in Sydney from Forensic Pest Control involves a visual inspection of the sub floor, exterior, roof interior and other areas of your home and can take from 1 to 2 hours depending on the size of the house and the access available. You are then presented with a written report.

 

A termite inspection in Sydney report is designed to

 

  • Detect any old damage and the presence of any active termites
  • Tells you the element of risk of infestation
  • Tips on how you can help reduce the risk of an infestation
  • Identifies the species of termites (if found)
  • Provides a quote on termite treatment and what method will work best for your infestation
  • Will educate you about termites.

A termite inspection in Sydney from Forensic Pest Control is designed to detect termites at the early stage to reduce the level of damage to your home.

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