Termite Inspections

A termite inspection is an inspection of the building and property including roof void, sub-floor, internal and external timbers, and trees and fences within the property boundaries. It deals with the detection or non-detection of live termite activity, and evidence of termite damage, and includes details of areas of risk. A pre-purchase inspection should be carried out before a property is purchased, and is an inspection of the building and property including roof void, sub-floor, internal and external timbers, and trees and fences within the property boundaries. It deals with the detection or non-detection of live termite activity, borer activity, timber decay, chemical delignification, and evidence of damage caused by these pests and includes details of areas of risk.

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