What is Building And Termite Inspection?

Home is a wonderful place. Not only is it comfortable for your family, it’s also an ideal place for termites. They need food, moisture and shelter from the elements and predators. Your home provides all of these without the threat of any natural predators. Our termite pest and building inspection in Melbourne considers all aspects of the property. We uncover defects that an untrained eye would leave undetected. We perform our building and pest inspection using latest technology thermal cameras.

Our experienced building, pest and termite inspector says just because you don’t see any pests, therefore, it doesn’t mean they aren’t there. When defects are discovered we will tell you what the defect is, where the defect is and what are the likely consequences if the defect is not repaired.

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Why choose us for building and pest inspection in Melbourne?

  • During our building & pest/termite inspection services in Melbourne, Our qualified building inspectors will thoroughly inspect each and every corner of the property.
  • We will look for any sign or existence of pests or termites.
  • We are up to date with latest technology because we use latest thermal imaging cameras to detect termites and pests.
  • Our building and pest inspectors always look for problems you might face and give you adequate information and will solve all your questions regarding the building.

If you are planning to buy a property in Melbourne, contact Casey Building Consultants for a complete termite/pest and building inspections services.

Performing Building & Pest Inspection Using Thermal Cameras

Our infrared cameras detect heat. In other words, living termites in your home. Living objects emit warmth. The warmer the life, the brighter it appears on our thermal imager. White is hotter, black is colder hence it is very easy to track any termite or pest activity in a house.

Why Our Inspectors use the latest tech thermal images for Building and pest inspections?

Our latest tech thermal cameras have advantages over vintage techniques used for inspection of pest and termites such as:

Tapping, drilling holes and pulling walls apart:  it is an old fashioned solution compared to Thermal cams cutting-edge infrared thermal imaging technology. Old messy way disturbs termites, making them go to ground only to pop-up somewhere else. And,

Trained dogs: Time and again, trained dogs have proven to be unreliable.

Moisture meters: Termites love moist, humid places like the kitchen, bathroom and laundry. Therefore, moisture meters often miss termite activity because they can’t distinguish between the existing moisture and the termite infestation.

Microwave systems:  Microwave systems are not effective in wet areas. they cannot detect termites under concrete slabs or through thick tree stumps. But thermal cams cutting-edge infrared thermal imaging technology can.

Home and pest inspection using thermal cameras in Melbourne

Termite Inspection & Control Inspection Melbourne

Termite & Pest Inspection And Control Using Latest Technology.

  • Environmentally safe
  • Non-invasive/ non-intrusive (no need to pull down walls etc.)
  • Non-destructive (sledge hammer-free zone)
  • No use of chemicals or radiation
  • Detects through concrete and into the thickest of tree stumps
  • It can detect termites in moist areas
  • Termites can’t sense the infrared rays so they won’t scatter like they do with microwaves.

In conclusion, it is clear that our building and pest inspection reports have high standards. they are prepared by our qualified and trained building inspector in Melbourne for termite and pest inspections using latest thermal cams. Latest technology is having edge over all old techniques and serve the purpose of building and pest inspection in a true way. Secondly our specialists are truly independent and work for you not the Builder or Real Estate Agents. we make ourselves available to discuss the content of the report with you in detail.