Pre Purchase Pest Inspection

Pre Purchase Pest Inspection: D-Tec Pest Solutions

If you are thinking of buying or selling your property, a Pre Purchase Pest Inspection can help you to save from investing into a property that could cost you thousands of dollars or save you from losing a sale of your house.


Why it’s important to have a Pre Purchase Inspection

With termites causing more damage to buildings than flood, fire or earth quakes it is important to have your home/investment inspected and protected as there is no insurance available. It can also be a very costly investment if leaving it to chance, with 1 in every 3 houses that will have termites or a termite history we recommend having your house professionally inspected. With doing our Termite Tips and having a Professional Inspection, you can enjoy your new property and if you’re selling you have a smooth and easy sale.


If you are thinking of Selling your home or investment property

Be a step ahead of your potential buyer, organise your own Pre-Sale Timber Pest Inspection – this could save you from loosing a sale of your Property plus reduce the grounds of a price reduction! If the buyer finds your house has live Termites the Sale can fall through and it will delay selling your home.

If you are Buying a home or investment property

Don’t take the risk of purchasing a House without a Pre Purchase Property Report. This could be a very costly mistake. Buying a house should be an exciting time don’t leave yourself open to risk that your new house could be infested with Termites. You could not only be left with the cost of the treatment but the repair cost. If you do a Pre Purchase Pest Inspection and your potential property has termites you can negotiate with the seller with paying for the treatment and fixing the damage.

What does a Pre Purchase Pest Inspection Report on?

We offer a comprehensive report that includes:

Reporting on active (live) Termites
Subterranean Termite Management Proposal
Termite workings and/or damage
Previous Termite Management program
Frequency of future inspections
Chemical delignification
Fungal decay
Wood borers
Subfloor ventilation
Excessive moisture
Bridging/breaching of termite management systems/zones.
Untreated timbers
Conducive conditions
Safety hazards
Plus much more.

Remember to be a step ahead and have your inspection done – could save you thousands and a lot of heartache!