Whether you are buying a new home or have an existing home, you need to get pest inspections done to ensure that there is no insect-related damage. Once the inspection is completed, you will be presented with a report outlining their findings. Read on for more.
A pest inspection report is a report that details all pest activity currently occurring or that has occurred in the past, especially termite activity. It is generated on completion of an inspection. The inspection will cover all accessible areas of the property such as the roof void, sub floors, internal walls, external walls, decorative timber (skirtings, architraves etc), wooden fences, trees, carports, sheds, and garages. Equipment such as torches, listening devices, moisture meters and microwave devices are used during the inspection.
The report will not only let you know about current or past activity. It will also inform you of anything that may encourage termites or other pests, and give you information on how best to manage your pest control to fix or prevent problems.
Pest inspections are generally carried out by pest inspectors, who will then generate a report outlining the condition of the property and whether insects are currently present or have been in the past. You need to make sure that your inspector is fully qualified and experienced and carries out the inspection and reporting to all relevant Australian Standards. They should also give you a quote before the inspection begins.
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