Termite inspections are essential for every home and business owner in Queensland to undertake regularly. You do not want to be caught with termites infesting your property. If you are unsure what is covered in a termite inspection, do not worry because this guide has you covered!
What Does A Termite Inspection Cover?
At GC Pest Control, we recommend you book a termite inspection every 12 months as a preventative measure to ensure termites have not invaded your home, which could lead to thousands of dollars worth of damage.
Our fully licensed and insured termite inspectors conduct a thorough, visual termite inspection using the latest technology available to look for termite activity, previous or current termite damage or termite workings.
What Areas Do We Inspect?
We inspect many different areas of a property when conducting our termite services. We have listed below the common areas visited in an inspection:
- Interior and exterior of the home’s accessible areas
- Roof cavities and subfloors (where accessible)
- Perimeter fences
- Retaining walls
- Grounds of the property
- Garages and carports
- Drains and downpipes for gaps or leaks
- Concrete slabs for cracks
- Toilets and under sinks in kitchens, bathrooms, laundry and utility rooms
- Wooden door and window surrounds
- Around hot water tanks
- Around air conditioning units
What Happens After The Inspection?
After the termite inspection has been done, we issue our clients with a detailed report, fully compliant with the Australian Standard AS 3660.2-2000. The report will advise the homeowner of the areas inspected, discuss any areas of concern, report on any past or current termite activity and make recommendations.
Queensland Termite Inspection
If you need a thorough and professional termite inspection, be sure to contact our friendly team at GC Pest Control. We use the latest state of the art Thermal and Radar equipment to provide peace of mind.
We look forward to assisting you!