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Daisy Hill lies to the north of the South East Freeway where urban subdivisions nestle into the hills of the Daisy Hill State Forest. Daisy Hill recorded a population of 6,255 people, 49.7% female and 50.3% male. The median age of the Daisy Hill population was 35 years, 2 years below the national median of 37. 65.5% of people living in Daisy Hill were born in Australia.
House value increases in Daisy Hill have tracked just under the QLD average of 0.88% over the last year. Over a shorter period, Daisy Hill, 4127 has seen a median price increase of -1.74% over the last 3 months.
When it comes to pest control in Daisy Hill, Bob Gunn Termite Solutions has a process in place. We begin with determining your pest problem and identifying its possible causes.
Our licensed pest control technicians will then come up with a recommendation that meets environmental requirements and one that will effectively solve your pest situation.
To ensure that your pest problem is efficiently managed, we will inspect both your property and environment, and inform you in case there are other pests in your area.
Our team will suggest a pest control program that will allow you to be in control of your home and surroundings to prevent damage to your property and environment in Daisy Hill.
This is the same for residential and commercial properties in Daisy Hill.
You have the option to choose which termite treatment and pest control system will be used to eliminate your problem and manage your environment.
If you are building a new home, renovating or buying a home in Daisy Hill, you will need to consider what termite prevention solutions are available.
Our company offers all types of solutions including physical and chemical barriers as well as reticulation systems.
Camp Hill is an eastern suburb in Brisbane, with a population of 11,202 as of the 2016 Census. Located 6 km southeast of the CBD, the suburb has three mountains: Esquiline Hill, Sankeys Mountain and Whites Hill.
The suburb has a hilly terrain and is mostly residential, popular with families, young professionals and retirees.
Amenities are easily accessible, including retail shops, major shopping centres, restaurants and parks, which have sports fields, playgrounds, BBQ facilities, picnic areas and bushwalking paths.
There are different types of homes in Camp Hill. This leafy, quiet suburb has a mix of Queenslanders, colonials, post-war cottages and town homes, apartments and contemporary homes on large blocks. Being hilly, many homes have skyline views of the city.
Like other Brisbane suburbs, Camp Hill is also vulnerable to pest infestation because of various factors such as environment and climate. The common pests that residents might encounter include termites, rats, possums, cockroaches, ants, spiders, and more.
The suburb is in the top 10 worst suburbs for termites in Brisbane. Camp Hill has plenty of older style Queenslanders built on large blocks, with sections of bushland in between properties.
The abundance of timber in the suburb is heaven for termites. Another reason is that lots of the older homes are constructed on a slope, with brick tiers beneath, and with a decorative wooden lattice as a covering. Though it looks good, the lattices may be in contact with the ground, allowing termites to easily access the property.
Camp Hill is one of several Brisbane suburbs that often experiences rat problems. In fact, rat experts say that locals are not more than 10 metres away from the presence of a rat in Brisbane. This is because rats love Brisbane’s subtropical climate.
They can sometimes be seen crossing the road, but most of the time they scamper around trees because they don’t like to stay on the ground. Rats live in roof spaces, and they can often be heard. Rats are not confined only in CBD areas. It’s not atypical to find them in parks, especially those with BBQ facilities, or in vacant inner-city lots.
Rats are considered as pests because they make a mess and leave behind a bad odour. They chew on everything all the time, including wiring and the timber on the ceilings. Rats are known to cause house fires due to chewed on wires.
There are many signs of a rat infestation, including problems with your air conditioner or flickering lights. If you have a rat problem, it’s best to have it handled by a qualified pest exterminator who has the experience and equipped with technology for resolving pest infestations.
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Cockroaches have been on earth for millions of years, long before humans, and have evolved in a way that they cannot easily be exterminated. They can even survive nuclear attacks.
They invade our homes and contaminate out food. Cockroaches cause a significant number of food poisoning cases each year, and even serious health issues in some cases. You can usually cockroaches in places where food and water sources are in abundance.
Australia has many types of cockroaches, in varying sizes and colourr depending on the location and environment. In Brisbane and surrounding suburbs, the species of cockroaches you typically encounter are: German cockroaches, American cockroaches, Australian cockroaches, Oriental cockroaches, Brown Banded Cockroaches, and Smoky Brown Cockroaches.
There are noticeable signs of cockroach infestation, including presence of brown smear marks on surfaces, cockroach eggs (ootheca), shed skin and live cockroaches.
When you’re dealing with cockroach infestation, it’s best to call professional pest company with well-trained technicians and the best technologies and solutions to get rid of your pest problem.
Spiders that are usually found in homes are not poisonous, but it’s not easy to distinguish a poisonous spider from a non-poisonous one. Since Australia is home to a wide variety of spiders, don’t put your life in danger by ignoring the presence of spiders in your home.
Generally, spiders are grouped into: webbing spiders and hunting spiders. Their main difference is that webbing spiders are not dangerous, while the hunting spiders are.
A few of the most common spiders include white tailed spiders, black house spiders, brown house spiders, Daddy long-legs spiders (big, but harmless and non-toxic), and funnel-web spiders (have fatal bites).
If you are having problems getting rid of webbing spiders in your home, contact your local pest control company.
There are different types of ants that may invade your home: Asian Needle Ants, Crazy Ants, Carpenter Ants, Argentine Ants, and Dark Rover Ants.
An ant invasion can cause several problems, if not handled immediately and effectively. There are many species of ants, and some of them can bite that can very painful. Ants can contaminate your food with pathogens, which can cause various health issues.
Lastly, a severe ant infestation can cause damage to your property and other belongings.
If you are building a new home, renovating or buying a home in Camp Hill, you will need to consider what termite prevention solutions are available. Our company offers all types of solutions including physical and chemical barriers as well as reticulation systems. You can reach us on
High – Very High Risk
According to the Interim Termite Hazard Map by CSIRO, the Brisbane area, where Camp Hill is located, is in the high-risk category for termite infestation.
Because Camp Hill is close to the sea, the area is a good target by drywood termites, which need high moisture content in the timber they attack.
Throughout Queensland, the most commonly found termites are Subterranean termites and Drywood termites.
The West Indian drywood termite, is the world’s most destructive drywood termite. It is the culprit to massive economic damage to timber houses in Queensland, including properties in Camp Hill.