House owners generally don’t know termites are active in their house until considerable damage is done. Termite inspections can reveal this quickly. Unfortunately, house insurance doesn’t cover termite damage, which is why termite inspections every 6 to 12 months is vital, especially for termite access in sub floors. If a house is built on a concrete slab it is important to thoroughly check the slab’s perimeter for termite entry, which is noticeable by a small mud lead.Our termite and pest inspections in Melbourne will identify and report on evidence of timber pest activity and/or damage caused by termites, borers and fungal decay. We look for any previous timber pest problems and report on any conditions that make the property more susceptible to timber pests. For example, timbers in contact with the ground and excessive moisture sources, such as leaks from showers and any plumbing defects. We also use the Termatrac T3i to assist us in identifying termites. This tool is the most advanced termite detection device in the world. With radar detection, thermal sensor plus an accurate moisture sensor, the 3-in-1 device is the ultimate in detecting these damaging insects.
Our inspectors are fully registered and insured pest inspectors with loads of experience who will search the house in order to give you peace of mind.