Thorough, Easy to Understand Reports Delivered In 48 Hours Of Inspection Or Your Money Back
Why do you need a Pest Inspection? Because Termites and other disastrous timber threats attack 1 in 5 homes, and this is increasing.
A pest inspection looks for damage or activity of lethal organisms such as termites, wood boring beetles and fungal damage. Our reports comply with the Australian Standard 4349.3. We report on the presence of termites, borers and decay and will provide a report featuring photos and the damage caused by these pests.
Why Choose FJ Now For Your Pest Inspection?
- We’re Termite Specialists: We’re Newcastle’s leading termite control experts, specialising in family-friendly termite management techniques.
- Lightning Fast Service: Once we gain access to your property you’ll receive your report within 48 hours, or it’s FREE.
- Thorough Report: Our reports are often 20+ pages featuring photos and complying with Australian Standard 4349.3, and it’s easy to read.
- Fully licensed and Insured.
- Over 20 years experience.
What’s Covered In Your Inspection?
A summary of any timber pest activity or existing damage found, including that caused by termites, borers or wood decay fungi.
Individual sections detailing timber pest activity or damage to the:
Roof – We get into your roof and crawl around to make sure we see everything.
Interior – We have the most cutting edge technology giving us almost see through walls capabilities
Subfloor – a thorough inspection is made of all visible timbers, including those under wet areas. assess ventilation and drainage
External Timbers – landscaping timbers, timber fences, trees and all exposed timbers are inspected.
Garaging – outbuildings are inspected. Evidence of prior termite treatment to the property, if any.
Conducive conditions– Identify conditions conducive to timber pest infestation and recommend corrective actions:
Assess Water Sources – surface water and sub floor drainage, check for water leaks, AC and hot water discharges.
Food sources – untreated timbers in ground contact and those acting as a bridge from the ground to your home.
Structural design risk factors – identify places where concealed termite entry could occur, where inspection aides, slab edge, termite shields and termite management systems have been compromise or non-existent.
Summary of recommendations relating to more comprehensive timber pest inspection, frequency of inspections and recommended long term protective control measures, if appropriate. Note we encourage discussion of issues raised in the reports, our aim is empower you to make an informed decision.