Termite control in Medowie

At Precision Pest Control, we understand that each area we visit to perform a termite treatment is different. This means that in order to carry out an effective termite control treatment, we need to have an understanding of the environment in the area that we will be performing the treatment. 

For example, some areas have more surrounding bushland and are environments capable of sustaining huge termite populations. Medowie is one of these suburbs as it is close to Grahamstown Lake and Medowie state forest, which provide termites with the perfect conditions in which they can thrive and have a starting out point to your home.

In the past, Precision Pest Control has performed many termite treatments in Medowie, which is located 34 kilometres north of the Newcastle CBD and had a population of about 8850, according to the 2011 Australian Census.

Medowie is bordered by:

  • Richardson Road
  • Grahamstown Road
  • Oyster Cove
  • Nelson Bay Road.

Controlling termites in Medowie

According to insurance information, the average cost of termite damage to your home can run anywhere from $5000 to $10,000 per home.

If you are a homeowner in Medowie a termite attack causing $10,000 worth of damage to your home, as well as the treatment costs, with the median individual income being around $644 per week, a termite attack could cost you up to 50% of your yearly income.

How will Precision Pest Control protect my Medowie home from termites?

Each home is unique and Precision Pest Control tailors each of our treatment plans to suit the needs of the homeowner and the type of property we are treating.

We apply our four-step termite control plan to any termite job, consisting of:

  1. A full termite inspection and recommended treatment plan.
  2. Elimination of termites currently attacking your home.
  3. A long-term termite protection plan.
  4. Follow-up inspection with a full report to ensure the termite problem has been eradicated.

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