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3 Mistaken Beliefs About Termite Infestations

If you suspect your home or property has termites, you want to call for pest control right away. Termites can quickly and easily do quite a bit of costly damage to your home, garage and any other wood structure on your property, including your beautiful trees! As dangerous as termites are, some homeowners have mistaken ideas about these insects and how they get onto the property, as well as about what areas of a home may be in danger of damage.   Read More...

Don't Overlook These Signs That Your Home Needs a Pest Inspection

No homeowner wants to think that their house could be infested with any type of pest, but even the cleanest and newest home may eventually become overrun with mice and other rodents, termites, snakes and the like. It's good to have the home inspected and then fumigated as quickly as possible if you do suspect a pest infestation to keep those pests from causing damage to the home or bringing dangerous germs and diseases inside.   Read More...

When Does a Home Need a Pest Inspection?

No one likes to think of a home having a pest infestation, but this can happen in any neighbourhood and to any house, no matter the overall cleanliness of a home. Termites can find their way to any wood structure, and mice or rats may nest inside a home even if it's spotlessly clean. It's also not unusual to have ants make their way into a home, if they follow an open area left by termites and other pests.   Read More...

The Health Risks Posed by Cockroaches in School Canteens

Although cockroaches are now beginning to appear on the menus of Australian eateries, wild cockroaches have no business being in a school canteen. If you are responsible for one or more schools, pest control should be at the top of your list of priorities. Even school canteens that regularly pass health inspections are not immune to cockroach infestation, especially in the warmer months of November to March. An Infestation Can Occur Within a Month   Read More...

Redbacks in the Air Conditioner: How Redback Spiders Gain Access to Your Home through Air Conditioner Vents

When you turn on your central air conditioning, the only thing you expect to come out of the vents is cool air. Sometimes, however, those vents can produce redback spiders. Though redback spiders are known to generally build their webs lower to the ground, it is not unheard of for them to access homes through via the roof. Homes with central air conditioning provide access to spiders via the roof and naturally, they head downwards and towards the light in search of food.   Read More...