Bed Bugs Control

In private homes, find all the areas that bed bugs hide in during the daytime. These must be treated with chemicals. In hotels, apartments, and other multiple-type dwelling places, bed bugs may spread from one unit to another. All units should be inspected. Remove bird nests.

First Room

$370

Per Room Thereafter

$180

Restaurants

General Pest Control Treatment100% Food Safe
$175

Cafe

General Pest Control Treatment100% Food Safe
$130

ANTS - Additional Extra

Ants is an additional treatment to standard Pest Control Service.
$30

Other Commercial Types

For any other type of commercial premises, please contact us for a quote.
$POA

Wasps

$145

Rodents

Bait station @ $25
$170

Possums

Set up Fee and Initial Possum
$350

Bees

Subject to Location & hive size
$220 Per Hive

Fleas- Small Home

Property less than 700 m2
$270

Fleas- Large Home

Property size between 700 m2 to 1000 m2
$450

Bed Bugs

$370 for 1st Room$180 for every room thereafter
$370 1st Room$180/Room Thereafter

Termite Inspection & Report

$260

Pre-Purchase Report

$290

Pre-construction Termite Barriers and Treatments:

$130/Call out

HomeGuard Blue

$15 Linear/Mtr

HomeGuard Pre slab Barrier

$25 Linear/Mtr

Termite Collars

$10 Each

About Bed Bugs

Bed bugs are tiny parasitic insects that feed on human blood by piercing through the skin. They do not live on humans or burrow into the skin.

They are very mobile, but only move short distances to feed, so are commonly found near food (blood) sources, generally beds, sofas etc.

They live up to six months at room temperature and survive for long periods without food.

They generally feed  at night, but are known to be opportunistic feeders (feed whenever the opportunity is present).

Bed bugs are sometimes called “red coats” “chinches” or “mahogany flats” The adult bed bug is a wingless insect that is flattened from top to bottom.

HABITAT: At the beginning of an infestation, bed bugs are likely to be found only in the tufts, seams, and folds of mattresses and bed covers. In areas of heavy infestation, bed bugs can be found in crevices in the bedsteads. Because bed bugs can live in bird nests, houses and buildings with several bird nests in the eaves and on the roof often will have bed bugs coming into the living areas.
The life cycle stages of a bed bug are egg, nymph, and adult. The females lay about 200 eggs, usually at the rate of three or four a day, in cracks and crevices in the floor or bed. Newly hatched bugs begin feeding immediately. They shed their skin five times before becoming adults.

TYPE OF DAMAGE: They feed principally on human blood by piercing the skin with a long beak and sucking blood into their stomachs. They feed mostly at night, but will feed during the day if hungry and the light is dim.

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