In solving and/or identifying your pest control problems we believe there is a process that needs to be followed. Firstly we start with the pest identification stage. This is essential because we need to determine exactly what your pest problem is so that our licensed Pest Control Technicians can recommend a solution suitable to your needs and the requirements of the environment.
Part of our pest control service is to look at your overall pest problem within your environment, and advise you if there are other pests that you should be made aware of, and brought to your attention. Our licensed Pest Control Technicians will discuss with you a pest control solution, and program, that will enable you to be in control of what is happening in your home and/or the environment in which you are working and/or living in.
You will be in control of what treatment is to take place in your home and surrounding environment, and the type of pest control system you require to eliminate your problem areas.
We offer a complete pest control service for the Ipswich, Brisbane and surrounding areas however there are some pests that require specialised treatment.
For example, to treat fire ants, the pest controller needs to be registered with the state government.
We do treat all the normal household pest such as:
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We are equipped for and experienced in commercial pest control treatments. For us to be better able to understand your requirements, please call us so we can discuss your needs and provide you with a quote.
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Before you buy a home, it is recommended that you have a termite inspection report prepared to make sure the property is not infested by termites or other timber pests.
Timber pests can travel 50 metres underground, so fencing checks are necessary in a thorough inspection. A thorough Termite inspection and report will inform you about any current infestation, previous damage, areas likely to be infested in the future, and areas where additional inspections are recommended to maintain effective physical and chemical timber pest barriers.