Melbourne Termite Inspections are Available Throughout the Area
Termites are a real problem in Australia, affecting 1 in 5 homes in the country. With the potential to cause a house to be demolished if gone undetected, termite inspections in Melbourne are imperative. Damage from termites currently is costing Australians over $100 million dollars in rectification work every year.As you can see, Melbourne termite inspections are worth their weight in gold. Building Pest Inspection is pleased to offer exceptional termite inspections in Melbourne that will ensure that your building is in great shape. We have perfected the termite inspections in Melbourne that we offer and this will be apparent from the very beginning of your service.
Termite Inspections in Melbourne Should be Done Regularly
Because termites are such a problem in the area, termite inspections in Melbourne should be done at least annually. It is recommended, if you have had termites previously, that you get Melbourne termite inspections even more often. We will be able to offer exceptional termite inspections in Melbourne due to our expertise, and you can be sure that we will check your entire building from top to bottom. We want to make sure that our Melbourne termite inspections cover all parts of your home.
You Need to Make Sure You Get High-Quality Termite Inspections in Melbourne
Because there is so much danger that can be involved with a termite infestation, only Melbourne termite inspections of the highest quality are recommended. Building Pest Inspection has the experience and knowledge needed for exceptional termite inspections in Melbourne, and we know the exact signs to look for. When you choose Melbourne termite inspections from our team, you can feel confident knowing that you have gotten the highest-quality inspection in the area.
Make sure to get your termite inspections in Melbourne done as soon as possible in order to avoid the danger that these pests can bring. Contacting Building Pest Inspection will give you the opportunity to get these Melbourne termite inspections done by a trusted and knowledgeable team who has your best interests in mind.
At Building Pest Inspections we do not complete any termite treatments, this allows our clients to receive a complete non biased inspection and report on the situation.
Question and Answers:
Q. What is meant by conducive items?
A. Items found by industry research which are deemed to attract termites, such as: warm and moist areas like enclosed patios and poorly vented sub floors as this is the preferred habitable environment for termites. Or as termites are subterranean and eat timber, any timber in contact with the ground is considered as a direct food source for termites.
Q. Will I receive a quote to install termite protection the property?
A. There area several options available to people to help protect a home against termites. Generally, the best option is to install and maintain a termite barrier. The quote will be supplied if the inspector feels that a barrier can be installed and maintained at a satisfactory level as some properties are constructed in a way, which can no longer be installed with a barrier. Other options should be explored if this arises.
Q. What does a ‘Visual Inspection’ and ‘Further more Invasive’ mean?
A. As a timber pest inspection is a visual inspection only, we may come across areas which are concealed in walls or where access cannot be gained which require further attention. This highlighted in the report as an inspection restriction and an rea which should inspected by way of further invasive action, this requires cutting holes in walls and floors etc. As these inspections are generally completed on homes people are intending on purchasing and do not own the property this cannot be completed without the home owner or vendors permission.
Q. How often should I inspect my house for timber pest?
A. The Australian Standard AS 4349.3 for timber pest inspections recommends every home be inspected once every 12 months to be able to evaluate if there are termites in the property and to determine what is required to best protect the property. The frequency of inspections then becomes more frequent as the risk level of the property, based on the findings during the inspection, goes up. In extreme cases, unprotected homes are to be inspected every 3 months.