5 Things Your Exterminator Looks for During a Termite Inspection

Termites are one of the most destructive insect pests that can make their way into a home. Inspections allow you to catch an infestation early before the termites have time to do too much damage. 1. Frass Debris Frass is the term for the mixture of droppings and wood dust that termites push out of their gallery tunnels in a wall. It tends to collect along baseboards near walls or other surfaces where termites are feeding. [Read More]

How to Get Rid of Ants in Your Home

If you've noticed ants in your house and you're looking for the best way to get rid of them, you've come to the right place! Ants can be a nuisance in any home, but there are some simple steps that you can take to help manage the problem. This blog post explores some of the most effective pest management solutions for ants. Eliminate Sources of Food and Water Taking care of an ant infestation can feel overwhelming, but with careful planning, you can reduce their numbers quickly and easily. [Read More]

Keeping Domestic Termites At Bay: Prevent, Inspect & Control

There are hundreds of termite species in Australia, and many are active all year round. They can pose significant problems for homeowners, particularly if they get into the foundations of a wood-frame house. The good news is that termite problems are treatable, and with a proper termite management strategy you'll be able to keep them at bay.  Prevention is better than cure Termites won't damage your home if they don't get into it in the first place! [Read More]

Three Things NOT To Do Before A Pest Inspection

There are many incredible things about living in Australia, but having pests inside the home is not one of them. From cockroaches and termites to spiders and mosquitos, an annual pest inspection is an ideal way to determine what pests have set up home at your residence. After identifying those pests, your pest control professional prepares a treatment specific to your needs. If you have never had a pest inspection before, there are certain things you should and should not do before the inspector arrives. [Read More]