Need your property checked for termites?

Termite Inspections
You are here:
Termite Inspection Under Cupboards

Termite Inspections

Need your property checked for termites? Or like to know if there’s anything you can do to reduce the risk of termites finding their way into your home?

We offer termite activity and susceptibility inspections and reports to Australian Standard AS 3660.2-2014. Our fee includes a consultation to explain all our findings and recommendations.

Our customers find our post inspection consultation gives them quality information to support their knowledge on how they can reduce susceptibility around their building and property, and make informed decisions about termite protection options. Understanding your property’s risk to termite attack is the first step to having a termite management plan or protection system that suits you and your property.

Your Questions Answered

What makes a property susceptible to termites?

Subterranean termites need moisture, so any issues with drainage, water leaks, water discharged against a building, ventilation or concealed or covered weep holes are some examples of the conditions that can make your building more susceptible to termites. Your construction method may make your property more or less susceptible. Our technicians are fully trained to identify areas or issues on your property that make it more susceptible to termites, and will provide a full explanation during the post inspection consultation, which is also detailed in a report.

How often should I get my property inspected?

It’s a property owner’s decision how often you have your property inspected for termites, however with one of our inspections you will learn more about what makes a property susceptible to termite attack which can help you decide. When we do an initial inspection we can let you know of any susceptibility issues and recommend how often you should have the property inspected based on the risk. The Department of Commerce (WA) have unbiased information about termite management in your home. Their information for consumers states:

For early detection in your home and garden it is advisable to get a licensed pest controller to inspect all accessible timber and potential termite entry points every six to 12 months. Often the first sign of termites will be when you see their wafer thin mud tunnel on timber (this protects them from the environment and maintains humidity levels).

How much does a termite inspection cost?

The short answer is between $250 and $350. The time it will take to do the inspection is minimum 1 hour and will depend on the size of your property, the number of buildings and the type of construction. You can request a quote or contact us for more information.

Contact Us

Request a booking or quote, or send us a message to find out more.


    Don’t just take our word for it.

    Live, learn, work and play in