TERMITE INSPECTION AND PEST CONTROL IN BUNDAMBA
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Bundamba is a residential suburb of Ipswich. In 2016, it had 6,514 residents.
The suburb’s northern border comprises in part by the Bremer River. The Warrego Highway passes through the suburb at its north-eastern corner and then makes up part of the suburb’s northern border before traversing the river to the north (Karalee). It is mostly bordered to the west by Bundamba Creek, which turns into a tributary of the Bremer River at Bundamba’s north-western area.
The suburb is home to Bergins Hill and Station Hill. Bundamba has both residential and industrial areas, with various shops located along Brisbane Road. The land close to the river on the north side of the suburb is designated for grazing.
Bundamba is home to multiple parks and the Ipswich Racecourse (formerly named as Bundamba Racecourse). It also has a sewage treatment plant, which supplies purified recycled water to the Swanbank Power Station.
Queensland Pioneer Steam Railway operate stream trains that provide tourist services between Bundamba Racecourse railway station and Swanbank station.
Bundamba is in an excellent location, with easily accessible amenities, charming streets and amazing mountain views. It is a family-friendly suburb that are close to shops, schools, eating places and public transportation.
Below are the pests that could pose a problem for residents of Bundamba.
The presence of rats and mice in buildings is considered unattractive and unhygienic and both these types of rodents are great at contaminating food and spreading diseases to humans. They are responsible for extensive destruction of food storage because they feed on them or render them inedible through contamination.
As rats or mice move through residences and businesses, they will drop their urine, faeces and hair in the premises and leave behind a foul smell. When faced with a rat or mice problem, regardless of how severe it us, it is important to hire the services of trusted Bundamba pest control specialists to do the inspection and implement the treatment plan.
Cockroaches are common household pests, but not a single cockroach should be allowed in your home or place of business because leave a foul odour with their bodily fluids. They can transmit infection-causing bacteria that they carry within their bodies. These bacteria can cause diseases such as diarrhea, dysentery and food poisoning.
When dealing with a cockroach problem, it is best to let a professional pest control service handle it because they not only treat the cockroaches that they see but also those that are hiding within the crevices of your home. This means they are solving root cause of the problem to ensure cockroaches are eliminated.
Spiders in the home spin webs that are unattractive and create a messy and untidy atmosphere. Some spiders are harmless while others are venomous. For average Australians, it is difficult to differentiate between the two.
Pest control experts are trained in eliminating spiders using effective spider treatment and removal methods. They know all the spots and corners in your home where spiders are most likely hiding. They are also knowledgeable about their habits. This experience and know-how help them in knowing where to look and then applying the appropriate treatment.
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Ants are either domestic or wild. They are not generally regarded as pests in their natural habitat, but they are once they gain access into structures or buildings. Their presence makes a space look untidy and unappealing. Just imagine seeing a line of ants crawling around your home or office and guests come for a visit?
Ants are common, but they don’t naturally belong in the home or offices. They are only available to gain access in a structure because of simple errors or loopholes. These loopholes are what the best pest control professionals eliminate to make sure ants are eliminated completely and effectively.
These silvery-grey insects with loves obscure, damp spaces like kitchens, attics, bathrooms, basements, etc. They are especially attracted to papers and most clothing. They can also be found inside boxes in the garage and shed.
It may take a while for silverfish infestation to be discovered because these pests are somewhat smart. They are fast and agile, which makes it possible to not see them for a long time, allowing for exponential outbreak because they multiply fast.
Silverfish needs to be eliminated because they are destructive. They will go after your personal belongings to feed on them including your important papers and documents, clothing, photographs, wallpapers, etc. They are most likely to be seen in the kitchens, bathrooms, laundry rooms, basements, etc.
Termites are considered as a significant pest in Bundamba and throughout Southeast Queensland because they can destroy things in your home or commercial spaces. They can destroy your papers and documents, furniture and other stuff, especially those made of timber. Termites are everywhere in Southeast Queensland causing millions of dollars in repairs every year.
No one can handle termite infestation, except for qualified pest control specialists. If you discover their nest within or outside your property, it is not a good idea to disturb them or attempt to get rid of it on your own. Termites can breed very fast and can multiply to thousands if not treated immediately.
If you are building a new home, renovating or buying a home in Bundamba, 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 Ipswich area, where Bundamba is located, is in the high-risk category for termite infestation.
Because Bundamba 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 Bundamba.