Contact Us For Pricing

Questions & Estimates

We'd love to hear from you! Please contact us at your convenience so we can discuss your inspection needs. 

Local Pre-Purchase Inspections

PO Box 5249, Q Supercentre, QLD 4218

MOBILE - 0466 072 267 EMAIL - WEB - QBCC Licence No. 15055236 Contact - David Kitt


Monday - Friday: 7am - 5pm

Saturday: 8am - 4pm

Sunday: 9am - 3pm

Frequently asked Questions


What areas do you cover?

We service all areas of the Gold Coast

What is the process?

  • First send an online enquiry to obtain your quote
  • An inspection agreement will be sent out with your quote
  • Accept the agreement
  • Arrange for property to be accessible on the day of inspection
  • Report will be emailed the same day
  • Overall, a very simple process to ensure your home is safe

What is the cost?

The fee will depend upon the size the property, each property is different. But as a guide please see check out our services page.

What devices do you use?

Introducing the one and only Termatrac®T3i  - the only device that detects, confirms  and tracks the presence of termites. 

• The Termatrac®T3i is the most advanced termite detection device in the world. 

• With patented radar detection, a remote thermal sensor plus a pinpoint accurate moisture sensor, the 3-in-1 device is the ultimate tool for the professional pest management technician. 

• It detects, confirms and tracks the presence of termites through an ingenious combination of cutting edge radar technology, backed by thermal and moisture sensors. 

• An easy to use tool that assists you in getting the job done confidently. 


The unique termite detection radar does what  no other detector has ever been able to do.  It sends out radar through most common wall materials that locates and tracks the presence of termites, without the need for tapping or drilling holes in the walls for easy and  accurate treatment.


The moisture sensor confirms that conditions need further investigation. The moisture component enables the professional pest control technician to easily identify areas of excess moisture as a possible risk area for termites. The moisture sensor is so sensitive it can even pinpoint rising damp.


The remote thermal sensor with built-in laser pointer shows changes in surface temperature; a common sign of termite infestation.

What are the most common types of termites?



5.8mm ± O.8mm

This species of termite is responsible for causing the most damage to properties across Australia. This is due to its widespread distribution, throughout Australia and its voracious appetite. They are easily recognised by the latex that is exuded from the fontanelle on the head of the soldiers when they are disturbed. The soldiers are aggressive and can bite when agitated. The mandibles are smooth with no serrations present, the head is pear shaped and rounded




Heterotermes are pests of decking, fencing and weathered and decaying timber. They are rarely found in sound timber. In the tropics they do attack sound timber more often. Their long rectangular heads distinguish them. The mandibles are curved and have no obvious teeth.




This very destructive termite is capable of causing extensive damage to timbers, Fortunately they are only found in the tropical north of Australia. They are easily recognizable by their size. Identification is confirmed by the number of segments in the lower portion of the leg. They have been known to totally destroy a home within 3 months.




Nasutitermes termites are easily recognized their beak shaped head and lack of mandibles. They are often darker in color compared to others. They usually build distinctive arboreal nest .



This genus has two casts of soldiers, the Major Soldier and the Minor Soldier. The head is bulbous. The mandibles have teeth on the inner surface. The Major Soldier has uneven serrations on the base of the mandibles. The Minor soldier is about two-thirds of the length of the major soldier. They have a narrower head and more slender mandibles. Schedorhinotermes, are becoming a major problem termite and are now very wide spread. They are not known to attack Oregon timber. They are often found in bark chips in garden beds. Schedorhinotermes moult infrequently during winter and are hard to control for this reason.