Termite Control

Did you know that termites cause over $5 billion in damages every year? Did you know that termite colonies are actively working 24 hours a day and that most infestations are not found until serious damage has been done? Because homeowners’ insurance doesn’t cover termite damage until you have done a termite inspection every year and get a certificate from a qualified technician, it is imperative that you have the proper coverage and protection against these invasive pests and employee the right treatments if they do invade.

Termite Treatment Options
Chemical Handsprayed Perimeter Soil Treatments. …
Chemical Reticulation Perimeter Soil Treatments. …
Termite Monitoring and Baiting Stations. …
Spot Treatments. …

Our helpful and courteous termite technicians are trained in termite biology, breeding habits and the latest and most effective treatments. We are fully licensed and trained in the safe application of all treatments, including baiting stations and monitoring systems, which are carried out in accordance with Australian standards. Only products approved by the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) and/or Government Authorities are used.

Other Services

Flea Control

Fleas spread infections and diseases and can contaminate food by sitting on it. Flea control is an ever-changing process that can be approached in a

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Mosquito Control

Nothing is more inconvenient than a Mosquitoes  infestation in your home. Nobody wants to be bothered by these creepy pests all the time because everyone wants

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Spider Control

There are over 30,000 different species of spiders known worldwide, with approximately 700 species found in Australia. The jumping spider, huntsman spider, wolf spider, red-back

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Ant Control

Book you Local ant pest control service. Ants are considered to be one of the most environmentally adaptable species. Nobody wants ants crawling around their

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Bedbugs control

Bedbugs have thin, flattened bodies that allow them to hide in small gaps and cracks. They prefer to bite humans and other warm-blooded animals because

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