Pest Control for Real Estate
Pest Control services we offer:
It’s as easy as sending us a work order with contact details. Our staff will contact the tenant and organise a suitable date and time. We will then notify your office to confirm the booked date and time with you for records.
We have found that annual treatments for most properties keep pest populations in check, although each home is unique and has its own set of conditions. A treatment does not form a ‘bubble’ around the building. Cockroaches and other pests will continue to enter through open doors and windows throughout the year. To eradicate a pest, it needs to touch the chemical.
Easy Guide on what to expect from our treatments
The below list is an easy guide on how our chemical works on pests:
- 24 Hours | A large ‘crawling’ spider can take up to 24 hours to die (some of these spiders are large insects and it takes time for the chemical active to work)
- 6 Months | Maximum length of time we expect chemical to be effective on hard floors (chemical is wiped away when hard floors are mopped)
- 10 Months | Maximum length of time we expect a chemical treatment to be effective on carpets (Chemical efficacy decreases over time)
- Once the chemical is dry it is completely safe.
Family and pet safety in mind
Before doing a treatment, the technician will check the environment is safe for family, friends and pets before commencing the pest control. This is so we can ensure that all necessary precautions are taken before any chemical is sprayed.
Experience and training
With 32 years combined Termite and Pest Control experience our team of specialist technicians have regular in-house and external training in all aspects of managing chemicals safely and pest control.
Focus on Customer service
We spend time as a team working on customer service education, ensuring our customers feel comfortable and safe when our technicians enter their home.
The chemicals we use
The chemicals we use are the same chemicals used in shopping malls and hospitals. We use the very best chemicals available, and all chemicals are approved by the APVMA (Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority).