Inspections are essential to assessing timber and termite damage in your home or business. SR Pest Control carries out a thorough inspections and reporting in accordance with the Australian Standards.
There are two types of inspections, a Timber Pest Inspection. This is used for termite treatments. Secondly, a Pre-Purchase Inspection. Highly recommended before purchasing your new home, investment or business.
Our Timber Pest Inspection covers more than just termites and termite damage. It includes timber decay, chemical delignification in timber, moisture, wood borers and safety hazards. These all have a effect on a building.
SR Pest Control Timber Pest Inspections consist of thorough examination of your entire property. We will begin with inspecting the yard, fencing, gardens and external walls.
Moving on to inside inspecting internal walls, flooring, roof void and any other timber elements.
Pre-Purchase Inspections can assist you in discovering hidden structural damage. SR Pest Control inspections look for termites, termite damage, timber decay, chemical delignification in timber, moisture, wood borers and safety hazards.
Once SR Pest Control completes either a Timber Pest Inspection or a Pre-Purchase, we compile detailed reports including photos of conductive areas, termite activity and termite damage and timber fungal decay. Once these areas have been identified and documented, SR Pest Control will conclude its findings and make recommendations.
This includes a termite treatment plan and a management plan/barrier system that suits your requirements. SR Pest Control also includes non-chemical maintenance measures to assist your ongoing protection. These report complies with the AS 4349.3 Inspections of Buildings. We keep a copy of the report on file for you.
Thermal Imaging - We use a Testo 882 model to assist with our inspection and reporting. This technology displays and captures thermal images of moisture and temperature variation, caused by termite activity or water leaks in walls cavity and other surfaces. Termite activity generates heat and humidity in surrounding material. Termites like and need water to survive and hidden leaks will attract them.