Protector Pest Control has been helping local residents with pest problems for over 57 years. They are family owned and operated with vast local knowledge. Tailored solutions with payment plans now available.
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Protector Pest Control has been working with local residents for 57 years. Their team has a great understanding of local pest problems, climate & weather conditions and being a family owned and operated business, they have a friendly and caring relationship with their customers. They are are now working with the second generation of customers who have been with Protector Pest Control since the business launched in the 1960s!
After so many years in the business Protector Pest Control has seen it all! Whatever your pest problem, they have a wealth of knowledge, along with a variety of solutions that can be tailored to your particular problem. They also offer a service in on-going pest management.
They will provide solutions for:
You can rest assured that your family’s safety is their number one priority! Protector Pest Control use only the safest chemicals and methods to keep your loved ones (including your pets) safe!
Payment plans now available - call the office for details.
Pests come in all shapes and sizes. They can spread disease, contaminate food, cause damage to your property and be a nightmare to get rid of.
A standard general pest spray covers three pests *excluding termites & ants under a 6 month warranty. Additional pests and extended warranties can be added, and Protector Pest Control will design a package specifically tailored to your needs.
Based upon industry studies, one in three homes will be attacked and damaged by termites (also known as white ants). The reason they manage to cause so much damage is that they can get into the timber unseen and then eat it from the inside out – so the damage isn’t noticed until it’s too late and major structural damage has occurred.
A pre-purchase termite inspection is now a standard part of almost all residential sale contracts in Western Australia. This protects the purchaser from buying a property that is contaminated with termites.
Most sale contracts will require a termite inspection report to identify issues related to termites only. However, some contracts may request a Timber Pest Inspection which requires a more thorough and detailed report on all wood related issues (European house borer, wood rot etc.) This is at a higher cost as it takes longer and requires a significantly larger amount of paperwork.
If you wish to have a Timber Pest Inspection you must request this at the time of booking.
A standard termite inspection report consists of the following:
Any suspect areas will be outlined within the report and treatments recommended if necessary. There is no warranty included in a Termite Inspection Report as it is not a preventative treatment. If termites are not located within your termite inspection it cannot be guaranteed that termites will not gain access to the house until a Termite Barrier Treatment has been completed as a preventative measure.
Perth is an ideal breeding ground for cockroaches, so if you’ve spotted one or two in your home, you can be sure there are many more lurking in the nooks, crannies & crevices around your home. They are one of the most hated pests in the home, and for good reason. They carry bacteria, have an unpleasant odour and are notoriously difficult to get rid of.
Some of the signs you may have cockroaches are:
Protector Pest Control know the areas where cockroaches like to hide and will target these areas specifically, rather than spraying your whole house.
Keep your house pest free and call today for amazing deals on all pest control services
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