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Forensic Pest Management Services which specialises in pest control has launched two summer packages for termite control.

Kings Langley, New South Wales (getnews) February 24, 2016 – Forensic Pest Management Services is a highly recommended professional pest control company with over 10 years of industry experience. This was started with a philosophy to offer each and every client the very best service in the business. They specialise in termite control, bird control, sub floor ventilation and all aspects of pest control. They provide pest control services to residential, industrial and commercial properties in the greater Sydney metropolitan area. They have now launched two summer packages for termite control.

On being asked about their summer packages, the manager said, “As 1 in 4 Australian homes are affected by termites, we’ve introduced termite control packages. Our first summer package includes termite inspection at $180 with a free rodent treatment. Combine a termite inspection with a general pest treatment for only $110.”

Regular termite inspections once a year in cooler and twice a year in warmer areas is said to be the best way of controlling termites from further damage. During early spring and late summer termite activity is usually at its highest so it makes sense that inspections during these times will be most beneficial.

The second summer package consists of general pest treatment at discounted prices. It includes single storey pest treatment at $242 and double storey pest treatment at $330 with free rodent treatment. They treat pests such as Cockroaches, webbing spiders, ants, silverfish, wasps, rats and mice. The treated areas are roof void, interior & exterior of house, wall cavities, fences, and garage. This residential pest control package creates a pest free environment for the customers and their families.

Some of the common pests in Australia are cockroaches, spiders, bees, bed bugs, wasps, silverfish, carpet beetle and termites. They also specialise in solar panel proofing which stops birds from going under solar panels. Sub-floor ventilation is one of the best methods to prevent wood decay, termites and cockroaches from infesting a property. They use passive brass wire vents, low voltage fan systems and ducted sub floor fan systems to reduce the amount of dampness and the chance of a pest infestation.

Forensic Pest Management Services has a team of highly qualified, trained and experienced technicians who provide customers the best possible service. They were a finalist of Australian Business Awards in 2014. “Your health and safety is our number one priority and we understand how important it is to protect the health & safety of your family, employees and customers. That is why we only use non-toxic and environmentally friendly products for all our pest control services,” he added.

“They are always reliable, professional and Chris has made himself available when we’ve had issues that need attending to at short notice,” commented a satisfied customer. Read more customer testimonials at http://www.forensicpestcontrol.com.au/testimonials/

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About Forensic Pest Management Services

Forensic Pest Management Services is a leading pest control company with over 10 years of industry experience. They specialise in Bird Control, Termite Control, Sub Floor Ventilation and all aspects of pest control. They have now launched two summer packages for termite control. Know more at http://www.forensicpestcontrol.com.au/

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Company Name: Forensic Pest Management Services
Contact Person: Janelle Taylor
Email: info@forensicpest.com.au
Phone: 1300 360 457
Address:PO BOX 800
City: Kings Langley
State: New South Wales
Country: Australia
Website: http://www.forensicpestcontrol.com.au

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