Author: Daniel Bremer

Common House Spiders In Perth

House Spiders Perth House spiders are incredibly common pests that can be found across most properties in Perth. Spiders can have some benefits around the house, including eating insects around the home, office and garden, however, they can also pose a serious danger to people and animals. We offer professional spider pest control in Perth that is the safest and most effective…

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How To Get Rid Of Ants

Ants are social creatures, so where there’s one, there can be thousands more! From spotting a few rogues in the kitchen, to an ant infestation in your backyard, it’s important not to ignore the little critters. Ants can often cause underlying issues, from damaging the plumbing, or eating the grout between your tiles, to an extreme invasion of your pantry. …

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Types Of Ants In Perth

No ant is a welcomed guest in your home, however, it’s important to know what you’re dealing with. Different types of ants in Perth can cause a variety of distinct issues. We’ve put together a list of the most common ants you’ll find in Perth and the damage they can cause, so you know what you’re up against. Common Types…

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Chemical & Physical Termite Barriers: What’s The Difference?

We’re often asked what is the difference between Chemical & Physical Termite Barriers. Whether you’re seeking to protect a new build or an existing home, termite barriers are required to defend your home against these nightmare pests. Several types of termite barriers are available on the market, with the effectiveness very much dependent on the skills and knowledge of the…

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What To Do If You Find Termites In Your House

We’ve all heard the horror termite stories, small but deadly forces that have the potential to disturb the structural integrity of buildings. It’s no wonder why many clients feel a sense of panic when they notice signs of termite damage including:  Mud tubs (long brown tubs). Peeling paint that resembles water damage.Tiny, pinpoint holes in drywall.Hollow scampering/scratching noise. Very squeaky floorboards.  When…

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Preventing Termites

They are small, but they are deadly! Termites, also known as white ants, have the ability to eat away at wooden structures, causing disturbance to structural integrity. Not only do termites place you in physical danger, but they also place you in financial danger with most insurance providers not covering termite damage. This is why preventing termites is far more…

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Cockroach Infestations

Cockroaches are opportunists and will not hesitate to take up occupancy in your bathroom cabinets, behind your dishwasher or under your garden decking. These sneaky nocturnal creatures hide during the day and lurk during the night. You won’t realise they’re there until you see a head pop out of the sink.  When there is one, there are many. Cockroach faeces…

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Bee Swarms

Bee swarms are a natural and beautiful thing, as long as they don’t decide to take up residence at your house.  Swarming is a natural process that is apart of the reproductive cycle of honey bees. Something we see in, and around Perth through September, October, and November.  Basically, the bees decide it’s time to expand, often the hive has…

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What not to do when eliminating spiders in your home.

So, let’s talk about what not to do when eliminating spiders in your home. Spiders, those little creepers no one likes, most of us break into a sweat at the mere sight.  What most people don’t realise is some spiders are good to have around your home and others you don’t want. Either way, there are some vital do’s and…

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The Signs Of Termite Damage In Your Home

Termites cause over 1 billion dollars in damages across Australia every year. Termite damage repair bills run higher than storms, fires, and burglaries combined, which is why your homeowner’s insurance does NOT cover you for termites. To protect your most significant financial investment, every homeowner must understand how to recognise the signs of termite damage in their home. Data from…

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