Timber Pest Inspections
Why Is A Timber Pest Inspection Important?
A pre-purchase timber pest inspection helps identify defects caused by timber pests, like termites, borers and wood-rotting fungi, before purchasing a property – allowing potential buyers to make informed decisions about its condition. The inspection can also help identify areas of the house vulnerable to termite infestations and guide on reducing the probability of these pests invading the structure.
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What Is Assessed During A Timber Pest Inspection?
Evidence of timber pests
We will provide you with real evidence that these critters exist. If you are purchasing a home, you will want to this evidence for your records. A timber pest inspection can identify any existing signs of infestation or risk of infestation.
Severity of damage caused by the pests
You cannot make repairs if you are unaware of the scale of work required. Our inspectors can expertly assess the damage and advise you of the next steps
Susceptibility of building to infestation by pests
Our inspectors can assess the likelihood of a building being subject to pest. Knowing the presence (or absence) of timber pests helps provide peace of mind for homeowners, investors and renters alike.
Remedial and protective measures required
All our inspectors are highly experienced and can expertly advise you of the best way to protect your home. An inspector can advise on best practices to help prevent future problems with timber pests.
If further investigations are required
If your pest infestation require further investigation; we can advise this. Perhaps your home is to be the subject of a tribunal matter. Let us help you determine this and give you our honest advice.
Our timber pest inspectors are fully trained, qualified and insured and can thoroughly and accurately assess the property against timber pest damages before purchase. They are also fully trained and qualified to follow the Australian Standard, so you can trust their judgement and be confident in your report.