With over 300 species of termites in Australia, it is important to know how to identify risks of infestations, prevent damage and take a proactive approach to termite risk management.
You can take some practical steps now to deter mice in the first place and prevent an infestation.
Your business premises could be the ideal habitat for pest birds. Pigeons have learnt how to survive in most environments, scavenging our waste food and needing only the smallest amount of shelter to make their nests.
Cockroaches leave behind signs of their presence that are easy to spot before you are likely to see a live insect.
Noticing a few noisy flies in your house or your business may not mean you have an infestation. However, it should act as a warning sign to take some preventative action.
Your home or business could provide an ideal location for food and shelter for the common House mouse.
Rats are well known to spread disease, damage property and contaminate food and animal feed. If they are able to gain entry into your home or business, they can introduce other unwelcome parasites like fleas, lice and ticks.
Termites can be a big issue for homes and businesses in Australia. Here are the 7 common signs you might have termites in your property.
When carrying out you annual spring clean, here are some common signs to look out to see if there might be any pests lurking in your home.
Here's what you need to know about the different types of birds and why they can be regarded as pests.