Need a Professional Termite inspection?

Our detailed termite inspections will find

    • Termite activity
    • Visible termite damage
    • Conditions conducive to termite attack

We provide a comprehensive report with a list of recommendations about how to protect your home from termites

Pink Pest Control – Experts that care

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When your home needs to be inspected for termites, it makes sense to choose Sydney’s most experienced termite control company. We take our time to carry out comprehensive termite inspections…

  1. Professional, experience termite inspections – you can have confidence in our skills – we know what to look for!
  2. Latest termite detection equipment – moisture meters, termite motion detectors and thermal imaging cameras are available to back up our inspectors
  3. Comprehensive multi-page report with photos – we can discuss findings so you fully understand the “termite status” of your property
  4. Clear list of recommendations – you will know what is required to make your home less attractive to termites
  5. Termite treatment options – if active termites are found, we will provide a free quote explaining your options
  6. Termite protection options – if your home is clear of termites we will let you know what is required to protect your home from termite attack
  7. Fully licensed and insured – always ask every termite company for their license and insurance, make sure it covers termite treatments

Call us on 1300 350 274

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Whether you’re after a regular termite inspection or are worried you might have termites, a professional termite inspection from Pink Pest Control will meet your needs.

What to expect with our termite inspections:

  • Prepare for our visit

Termite inspections are visual termite inspections, we can only inspect those areas to which we have access. If you have areas with lots of stored goods, which may prevent access or inspection, particularly in areas where you have concern, you should make every effort to improve access. Common areas where access can be restricted include the roof void, sub-floor and garage.

  • The inspection

You will need to be present during the inspection. Not only does this give you the opportunity to highlight any areas of concern, but also it is important so that you can provide access to all areas of the property.

The inspection itself will take at around 1.5 hours, but we can provide an estimate for the duration of the inspection once we know the size and construction type of your property.

  • The report

The inspector is able to provide a verbal summary of findings at the end of the inspection but the complete inspection report is the important document. We will provide our termite inspection report by email immediately on completion of the inspection. If you don’t have an email address, it will be posted to you. This will contain a complete list of the findings; any termite activity on the property, a list of visible termite damage and any conducive conditions found that would make the property more attractive to termite attack. It will also contain a list of recommendations and termite treatments, if required.

We are happy to discuss the report if you have any questions, once you have read the document.

Call us on 1300 350 274

or fill out the form on the right

to get a quote and make a booking

Detecting the subtle signs of termite activity is certainly a job for the professional, but there are some obvious signs to look out for:

  1. Actually see termites in the house or yard
  2. Winged termites (alates) or termite wings. The winged termites are the new kings and queens that have emerged from a mature termite colony nearby, looking to start a new termite nest.
  3. Termite mudding in the sub-floor, roof void or on fences or trees in the yard. The termites use these protective tubes to protect themselves from predators and drying out.
  4. Any “bubbling” on paint, walls or woodwork. This maybe the sign that termites are at work underneath, especially if there is the occasional hole covered with mud (where they have got to close to the surface).
  5. Faint chewing or tapping noise at night. It is possible to hear the termites eating and the tapping is the termites “head-banging” to communicate with each other.

If you notice any of these, between one inspection and the next, give us a call immediately

Call us on 1300 350 274

or fill out the form on the right

to get a quote and make a booking

If you find termites or thing you might have termites, the golden rule it to phone us immediately.

  • DON’T spray with insecticides – it only kills a few (not the nest) and repels them from the area (they will appear elsewhere, often unseen!).
  • DON’T break open any mud tubes
  • DON’T break open walls or areas of damage where they might be feeding

All these actions can disturb the termites, only for them to re-appear somewhere else in the house. If the termites are not there, it makes it very difficult to treatment them! So, however tempting it make be to investigate yourself, please give us a call immediately

For a FREE on-site quote

Call us on 1300 350 274

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