Our termite inspection task follows the flow of activities as listed below:
The outdoor termite inspection will focus on all wooden structures located outside of the house as well as trees, ornamental plants or turf planted outdoor.
Wooden structure like wooden hut, Fence, bench, storeroom and shoes cabinet built outdoor will be closely inspected.
Stump, fruit trees, ornamental palm, conifers and so on found outdoor will also be examined for any sign of termite attacks.
Signs and symptoms indicating the presence of termite attacks are mud tubes, mud works or mud sheath.
Possible termite species that might attack outdoor wooden structure and plants, in order of importance, are (from left to right) Common Subterranean termite, Mushroom Growing termite, Common Mound Building termite, Long Nose Tree termite, Red Ant termite, Long-Head termite, Suicide termite and Smelly termite.
Inside the house, all wooden furniture and fittings will be thoroughly inspected.
These include kitchen cabinets, wardrobe, window and door frames, parquet floor, floor skirting and so on.
Termite attack signs to look for are mud tubes, hollowing sounding wood and distorted wood surface.
Termite species that might attack your indoor structure, in order of importance, are (from left to right) Asian Subterranean termite, Common Subterranean termite, Mushroom Growing termite, Long-Head termite and Red Ant termite.
If situation required, roof area will be checked for any termite attacks.
Main beams, collar beams as well as walls will be inspected.
Signs of termite attack are mud tube or mud work and damages on walls and beams.
After the inspection is completed, our specialist will brief you on the status.
Recommendations would be put forward to you for your consideration.
You could also request a report and quotation from our pest specialist.