Call 131546 and get a quote or book a Keera Termite Inspection Online today.
Jim’s Building Inspections services all of Keera with Termite Inspection reports. Our Termite Inspectors have local knowledge and the extensive industry experience needed to assist you with the detection of termites and timber pests.
All of our Termite Inspectors have public liability and professional indemnity insurance, so you can have complete confidence whether you’re buying a new property or examining your own. Jim’s Building Inspections can offer same day termite inspection services in Keera and provide reports via email within 24 hours of the inspection being carried out.
Termite Inspection Cost
Inspection costs vary by state, and region, as well as the size, structure and condition of the property.
However on average, the cost of a Pest and Termite Inspection with Jim’s Building Inspection on average is $330 nationally.
Termite Inspection Checklist
Our comprehensive reports contain the following information:
- Documentation of any termite and timber pest activity
- Listing of any obstructions or limitations that occurred during the inspection
- Assessment as to risk of undetected termite and timber pest activity
- Information on whether the property has conditions conducive to termite activity
- Details of any previous termite treatments carried out on the property
- The inspector’s advice and recommendations regarding the requirement for an additional or invasive inspection.
How Quickly Can I Get a Report?
In most scenarios, Jim’s Building Inspections can offer same day service for Termites in Keera and provide reports via email within 24 hours of the inspection being completed.
Call 131546 and get a quote or book a termite inspection online today.
Benefits of Termite Inspection Report
Many Australian homes and buildings do not currently have a termite barrier in place. Does yours? It is critical that a professional Termite Inspection is carried out on any Keera property you are considering purchasing. The annual value of accrued termite damage exceeds that of floods, storm and fires throughout Australia each year (combined).
With this in mind, the majority of Australian homeowners are unaware that the average household insurance policy does not accommodate for termite damage. This means that all costs relating to treatment and the repair of termite damage is the responsibility of the owner.
To arrange a quote or a Termite Inspection for a property in Hawthorn, call Jim’s Building Inspections on 131546.
Or book your Termite Inspection service online. Remember, reports can be delivered within 24 hours of inspection. We urge you NOT to buy a property without one.
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