Looking for pest control services in Bribie Island? Then look no more because Safeguard Pest Control is here to help. We will solve all of your pest problems, whether you have termites, ants, rats, mice or other nasty creatures.
Bribie Island is a wonderful place and it’s located in the northern part of the Moreton Bay in Queensland, Australia. Just like all the other cities in the area, it is under the constant attack of various pests.
The island is known for its amazing beaches, but also for the wonderful wild animals that are living here, such as kangaroos, wallabies, emus, dingos and more. These are wonderful sites and tourists come here to admire these creatures, but they definitely don’t want to see any rats, spiders or termites at their hotel.
We work with all types of proprieties, whether they are residential, commercial or industrial, and we can even work with schools, churches, and other institutions as well.
Some pests can cause a lot of economic damage, while others can cause serious health issues. For example, termites are causing millions of dollars of damage in Australia each year, while flies, mosquitoes and rats can carry some fatal diseases.
Not even the harmless pests like spiders and geckos are a pleasant sight, and people want them removed as soon as possible. That’s where Safeguard Pest Control comes in.
Termites are very common in Bribie Island and can cause damage worth of thousands of dollars. They can eat silently for years, destroying everything in their path, and that’s why they need to be handled as soon as possible.
The termites feed with cellulose, which is found in wood, paper, wires and various other materials around your home and yard. They eat these materials in order to get the needed cellulose and then break it down into a nutritious meal. They are among the few species that can actually digest cellulose.
The main types of termites are:
Each type has its own particularities, and our experienced technicians will be able to correctly identify the species and treat them accordingly. Termites are attracted by moisture, mulch, gardens, landscaping timber, furniture, cardboard boxes, documents, firewood, woodpiles, dead trees, stumps, bad drainage and more.
So basically every home is attractive to termites, and they will not hesitate to attack your place as well. Make sure to check for these 13 signs you may have termites, and to call us as soon as you notice anything unusual.
Don’t waste your time with DIY solutions found on the internet or with termite substances found in retail stores, as they either don’t have any effect or offer just temporary protection.
You will then have to apply the treatment all over again, waste more time and spend more money on substances. You will end up paying more and possibly still not solving the problem.
That’s why it’s best to get the professional help of a pest control company. Our team of experts will know exactly what type of treatment to apply, based on how big the infestation is, the particularities of your location and other factors.
If you go for the full treatment, you will be protected for 8 years to come. However, by using a DIY treatment you might be protected for just 8 days or so.
Over the years, we have worked with commercial, residential and business properties all over the Sunshine Coast. Our goal is to get you rid of the nasty pests and to take your life back to normal. We are now available in Bribie Island as well, and we can help you get rid of pests.
Our team of experts will arrive as soon as possible and will begin by inspecting the particularities of your own home. After finding the problem, we will come up with a custom action plan and we will get to work. We will accommodate your schedule and together we’ll find the right time to start the treatment.
Whether you have issues with termites, ants, flies, mosquitoes, bugs, lawn grubs, fleas, mice, rats, geckos or other pests, we are here to help. Our treatments suit all types of homes and all budgets. Contact us today at 07 5477 6675 or send us an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org