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The destructive nature of termites, operating in stealth, often leaves homeowners grappling with uncertainty. Are these silent invaders compromising the structural integrity of your home? Do you fear the potential damage lurking beneath the surface? At The Home Inspection Hub, we understand the anxiety that termite-related concerns can evoke.

Identifying termites is no easy feat, and by the time visible signs emerge, the damage may already be underway. Early detection is not just advisable; it’s crucial. Our experienced team can not conduct a thorough termite inspection, but also provide appropriate treatments, if required.

The Home Inspection Hub facilitates peace of mind through our specialised termite inspection services. Our professionally trained termite inspectors are equipped with the knowledge and expertise to conduct comprehensive pest and termite inspections that go beyond surface assessments. We understand that tackling termites requires more than a one-size-fits-all approach.

Whether you suspect a termite issue or want to proactively safeguard your property, our pest inspections cover both bases. We not only identify existing problems but also implement preventive measures to ensure that termites don’t become a persistent threat. Our commitment extends beyond mere detection; we aim to provide effective termite treatments tailored to your specific situation.

Don’t let termites wreak havoc in the shadows – let us help protect your investment and ensure the longevity of your home. For peace of mind, book a termite inspection today.


They have the potential to compromise the structure of a home.

In serious cases, the structure may be left unliveable and costly repairs or total replacement will be required.​

Termite damage may appear as water

Buckling wood, swollen floors and ceilings may also be evident.

Damage to furniture and cabinets may also occur.


Why should you engage The Hub for a pest inspection?
  • We have an efficient booking process where we handle everything for you, including liaising with your real estate agent.
  • You will have two Inspectors to carry out the inspection, the second Inspector being a separate qualified pest Inspector.
  • If you choose the combined pre-purchase and comprehensive pest option, you will receive two separate reports.
What is a termite inspection, and why is it important for homeowners?

A termite inspection is a thorough examination of a property to assess the presence of termites and potential damage. It is essential for homeowners as it helps detect issues early, preventing costly damage and ensuring the structural integrity of the home.

How do I know if I have a termite problem in my home?

Signs of a termite problem include mud tubes, damaged or hollow-sounding wood, discarded wings, and small piles of feces. If you notice any of these signs, it's advisable to schedule a pest inspection for a more accurate assessment.

What kind of damage can termites cause to a home?

Termites have the potential to compromise a home's structure, leading to serious issues. This can include buckling wood, swollen floors and ceilings, and damage to furniture and cabinets. In severe cases, the structure may become unlivable, necessitating costly repairs or replacement.

How often should I schedule a termite inspection for my home?

It is recommended to schedule a termite inspection annually, especially in areas prone to termite activity. Regular termite inspections help identify issues early, preventing extensive damage and reducing the need for costly repairs.

What sets apart a comprehensive pest inspection from a basic one?

A comprehensive pest inspection goes beyond a basic assessment by thoroughly examining the property for pests, including termites. It may also include treatment options if an issue is detected. This thorough approach ensures a more complete understanding of the property's pest status.

Do I need to leave my home during a pest inspection?

In most cases, homeowners do not need to leave their homes during a pest inspection. Inspectors can perform the assessment while residents go about their daily activities. However, it's advisable to discuss specific arrangements with the inspection team.

Are the chemicals used in pest treatments safe for my family and pets?

Yes, the chemicals used in pest treatments are generally safe when applied by trained professionals. We use environmentally friendly and safe solutions. However, it's recommended to follow any post-treatment guidelines provided to ensure the well-being of your family and pets.

What happens if the termite inspection reveals an issue?

If a termite inspection identifies a problem, the next steps will involve discussing treatment options with you. Our goal is to address the issue promptly, providing effective solutions to eliminate pests and prevent further damage to your home. We will guide you through the recommended course of action based on the inspection findings.

If you’re looking for some professional help for your pest inspection, phone us directly on 1300 071 283 or click here for a free online quote.


The costs to engage our comprehensive pest services will be discussed with you upon application.