Program a Pre-Purchase Building and Pest Inspection Today

After months of searching for the perfect home, you have finally found it. Everything is just as you envisioned, but are you sure you are not getting more than you bargained for? You can easily see if the kitchen or the size of the rooms will work for you but there are other important things to consider that are not visible. It would be awful to make an offer on the property only to find out that it is infested with termites or other unwanted guests. You may not be able to notice them but this is not a problem for specialists.

A pre-purchase inspection is absolutely essential for anyone who is thinking about making an offer on a property. Termites are very sneaky insects that are able to go unnoticed until they have caused an enormous amount of damage, which can be very difficult or even impossible to repair. A good team of experience technicians, such as Dunrite Pest Control, have an arsenal of specialised equipment to help them find a termite colony. They use infrared and microwave technology to track down movement and find the spots where these insects hide. They can also check for black rot and tell you if the house has been protected against white ants.

Thanks to this service offered by specialists in pest control in Logan, you will be able to rethink whether or not you want to buy the property. If termites are present and you still wish for the purchase to go ahead, you can use this information to lower your offer. If the house is not infested, the company of your choice will be able to give you advice about installing or reinforcing the protection around the property. There are different options available but the best defence against white ants is still termiticide, a highly efficient chemical that is only available to professionals.

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