Why house buyers need a Pre purchase building and pest inspection

Australian homebuyers have to be aware of the many threats and risks involves with purchasing a new property. In order to fully protect yourself against these risks, many homeowners are advised to get a pre-purchase building and pest inspection which will allow them to ensure that the building is safe before they consider buying it. These inspections are designed to root out any signs of trouble, even those which might not be obvious to the casual observer, covering the different types of pest which might be attacking the fabric of the home. Also referred to as a property report, the inspection will give you a clear account of the condition of the property.

Who can perform this inspection?

If you want to make sure that you get it right, first time, then you will need an expert. That means employing someone who has the right qualifications to inspect the property. In particular, if you want to make sure that the home is properly vetted for pests such as termites which would otherwise be left to eat the wood of your home, then you need to employ a specialist Logan village pest control team. They will have the knowledge and experience of looking for signs of pests within the house, and they will also be able to fill in the report in order to comply with Australian State law. Your inspector may need to have proper insurance cover in order to compensate you if things are missed, but this is just for extra reassurance, rather than being likely to happen.

Why a pest inspection report is essential

If you have been examining several different homes as potential residences, then you may already know that there are several different types of report available for home buyers. The most common is known as the Standard Report, and will cover a visual inspection of the property. It will not spot major defects in the structure, or other issues, and will not look for pests. For a comprehensive building inspection, you need to make contact with a Logan pest control team that have the knowledge and qualifications to inspect the full fabric of the building. Several different pests will be looked for by the inspection, and this can help to reveal whether the home is safe, or if expensive work will have to be done in order to secure the property after it is purchased.

The Importance of Having a Termite Barrier System at Home

Our planet is a wonderful place where every organism plays an important role. This is true even for those insects we consider to be nothing but a nuisance, such as mosquitoes and termites. Although we may not be fond of them, they exist for a good reason. Termites break down waste so that soil can continue to be fertile thanks to the amount of nutrients that are added. Unfortunately, our relationship with termites has never been good. Their voracious appetite can cause a lot of damage to wooden structures and most homeowners will not notice their presence for a while.

Call the Professionals

Termites are not like other insects; they are resilient and very good at hiding. It is practically impossible to get rid of an infestation using DIY products. If you decide to try and solve the problem yourself, you might actually make it worse. Attacking the colony without the necessary equipment will only make them find a new hiding spot. This will lead you to believe that you have killed them all but in reality they will be having a feast somewhere else in your house. Logan Village pest control professionals use special tools to track down the colony and ensure that it has been eradicated.


It is always better to be prepared rather than having to deal with these sneaky insects. Termite barrier protection is the most effective way to keep white ants at bay. Before you buy or build a house, you should make sure that the soil around it is treated with termiticide. This is a strong chemical that repels termites or kills those that manage to get near your property. You can also get physical barriers made of plastic that is infused with termiticide. Steel mesh and sand barriers are not treated with any chemicals but they keep termites from building tunnels and entering your home.