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It is important to have a termite management program in place combining prevention methods with regular termite inspections to ensure your property is protected from the risk of termite damage. 

Termites can extensively damage any timber based products for example: gyprock, roof structures, suspended timber flooring, timber overlay, cupboards, door and window frames.

We offer a selection of treatment options and use our expertise to tailor termite prevention and eradication strategies to individual requirements.


  • Termite Barrier Treatments
  • Termite Bait Station placement and monitoring
  • Pre Purchase Timber Pest Inspections
  • Termite Inspections
  • Reports
  • Annual/Regular Inspections
  • Termite Spot Treatments
  • Termite prevention and eradication
  • Trapdoor cutting¬†
  • Roof and subfloor inspections
  • Drilling and injecting
  • Trenching
  • Pesticide preparation and application

An ALLHART Pest Management Termite Inspection includes a visual inspection of the following areas (where readily accessible):


  • All subfloor areas including foundation walls, piers, behind plumbing pipes, loose timbers, builder's debris and stored materials.
  • Timbers such as bottom plates, base plates, bearers, joists and the underside of flooring and all other timbers especially those close to plumbing and drains.
  • Timbers in contact with soil, such as stumps, posts and formwork or any other cellulose containing material.

Interior Areas

  • Interior walls, ceilings, partitioning, stairways, flooring, skirting boards, cupboards and timbers around windows and doors.
  • Behind plumbing and around pipe penetrations through slab-on-ground construction with particular attention paid to all timbers adjacent to plumbing or plumbing fixtures.
  • Fireplaces.

Roof Space:

  • Timber roof truss members and roof framing including rafters, ceiling joists, ridgeboards and purlins
  • Top wall plates and accessible roof or wall juncture (eaves) timbers.
  • Roof lining, around air conditioning units and water heaters.

Exterior Areas

  • Eaves, window and door frames and walls, noting excessive moisture and probable causes such as defective drainage, plugged or damaged gutters and inadequate ventilation or sealing against moisture.
  • Slab edges including any cracks and expansion joints.
  • Timber that rests on or extends into concrete or soil such as supporting posts on decks.
  • Paths and driveways abutting the building.
  • Stairways, decks, handrails.
  • Rafters such as those in the carport or garage that protrude from the roof or eaves area.
  • Landscaping timbers, fences, logs, pool surrounds, firewood, paving blocks and sleepers.
  • Trees and stumps



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