So you’ve found your dream home or work place and are all ready to move in. The excitement of investing in a new property is often unrivaled which is why it is easy to forget to check for pests. This eagerness and excitement is why it is so mortifying to discover an underlying pest problem after you’ve moved in. Luckily for Australians pest control companies reside in every town ready to deal with pests that affect that area.
Often the tell tale signs that there are pests such as mice, termites, silverfish or spiders in a building can not be seen to the naked, untrained eye. Often by the time you know there is a pest problem it can be too late. Termites in the foundations or mice in the walls can easily be hidden during a property walk through and even during the moving in process. But after a few weeks, once you’ve settled in, you will start to see signs. It might be droppings on the counter or cobwebs on the ceiling. Slowly but surely the pest problem will reveal itself and then you will be in real strife!
The always present chance of pests is why it is crucial to have a professional perform a building inspection before you move in, to avoid any heartbreak and mounting costs, moving home or office is pricey enough. Commercial and home properties are both at risk of pest infestations and living in Sunshine Coast, Australia we have a lot of pests!
Real estate agents and previous building owners wont tell you if there is a pest problem, but a pest service will.
Pre-purchase pest inspections will save you from any nasty surprises and ballooning costs. You need to insure that you have a trained and qualified Termite Inspection Sunshine Coast company that can tell you of any infestations before you buy. If you are lucky and there are no pests you will still receive sound advice of how to prevent infestations in the future and what the warning signs are for your property. So there is no losing when you hire pest control experts. Don’t let termites or wasps ruin your buying experience, before you buy a property ask yourself, do I need a pre-purchase building inspection? The answer is always yes.