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Insect Pest Control

Due to the geographical location and the spectacular coastline, rainforests and extreme climate Australia offers a favourable environment for a number of insects to flourish. There are thought to be approximately 220,000 different species of insects in Australia. There are currently around 86,000 species identified in 661 families.

Edible Australian Insects

Many cultures in the world consume insects and bugs, so there are already so many edible insect companies and products that you don’t even know about them. The edible insects such as grasshoppers, lepidopteran and coleopteran larvae, mostly eat fresh plants, so they are more hygienic than crabs.

Dangerous Australian Insects

Australia is a country that has a reputation for being a home to some of the world’s most dangerous creatures, but when we are talking about insects, they are not that harmful for humans. Few dangerous Australian insects.

Here are common signs that indicate the presence of insects:

Visible Insects:

If you notice insects crawling or flying in your living spaces, it’s a clear sign of an infestation. Pay attention to the type of insects you see, as different species may require different approaches for control.

Insect Droppings:

Insect droppings, also known as frass, are small pellets or specks left behind by insects. The appearance and location of droppings can vary based on the type of insect infestation.

Bite Marks or Skin Irritation:

If you wake up with unexplained bite marks or skin irritation, it could be a sign of bed bugs, fleas, or other biting insects.

Visible Damage to Fabrics or Paper:

Insects like clothes, moths, and silverfish may feed on fabrics, paper, or other materials. Look for holes in clothing, damage to books, or signs of feeding on stored items.

Unusual Odors:

Certain insects, like ants or cockroaches, can produce odors. Musty or unpleasant smells in specific areas may indicate the presence of hidden infestations.

Visible Eggs or Egg Casings:

Some insects lay eggs in or around your living spaces. Look for tiny eggs, egg casings, or larvae, which can help identify the type of insect present..

List of Insects that we treat

Our Insects Removal Process

Inspection and Identification:

Our Professionals begin by conducting a thorough inspection of the property to identify the type and extent of the insect infestation. Identifying the specific insect species is crucial for determining the most effective control methods.

Customized Treatment Plan:

Based on the inspection findings, they will develop a customized treatment plan that addresses the specific needs of the infestation. Environmental factors, such as the presence of pets, children, or sensitive areas, will also be considered when designing treatment strategies.

Use of Targeted Insecticides:

Our Professionals use those insecticides that are approved for the target insect species and are safe for indoor use. Insecticides are applied strategically in areas where insects are active, considering their behavior and nesting sites.

Insect Baiting:

In some cases, our professionals use baiting techniques to attract and eliminate insects. Bait formulations are selected based on the target species.

Dust and Residual Treatments:

 Dust or residual treatments may be applied to areas where insects hide, such as wall voids, cracks, or crevices.

Residual treatments can provide long-term control, preventing reinfestation.

Sealing Entry Points:

Our professionals will identify and seal entry points to prevent insects from entering the property.

Trapping and Monitoring:

 Monitoring traps will be strategically placed to assess the level of insect activity and to track the effectiveness of the treatment. Our professionals will regularly check traps and adjust the treatment plan as needed.

Client Education:

We also educate homeowners about the nature of the infestation, the treatment methods used, and preventive measures to avoid future problems as well as they will address any concerns or questions the homeowner may have regarding the treatment process.

Follow-Up Visits:

Depending on the severity of the infestation, professionals may schedule follow-up visits to ensure the success of the treatment. Adjustments to the treatment plan are made if needed based on ongoing monitoring.

Compliance with Regulations:

We follow local regulations and guidelines regarding the use of pesticides and pest control practices.

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