Just like any other countries, Australia also has a variety of different types of pests which makes pest control a known service in the country.
Here are some of the most common pests you may encounter in your home:
Termites. According to a 2014 research, 1 in 4 Australian home will have termites at least once. Termites are considered the most destructive pests in the country and may even cause you to spend up to $8,000 for the renovation of the house and eradication of the pests.
Spiders. Spiders will commonly weave webs and stay in corners of buildings, in wall cracks, in the eaves, and in air vents. They like to stay in dark and warm spaces and will infest gardens and trees.
While some spiders have a venomous spider bit, only one case of death by a venomous spider has been reported in the country for the last 40 years. But that does not mean that they are not a nuisance because they start to infest a house and create a lot of webs, this can be very irritating.
Fleas. This type of pest prefer warm and humid environments and can survive in residential homes and commercial buildings. Cats, dogs, birds can be affected by fleas and their humans can be affected by them as well.
When an animal is infested by fleas, the animal will feel a lot of discomforts and becomes itchy. The fleas can also transport itself from one animal to the next, creating more fleas along the way. If your dog stays inside your home and it is infested by fleas, the pests will get into the furniture, carpets and even clothes.
While there are a lot of pests living in Australia, this does not mean that you are left defenceless against them since your local pest control experts are always there to help you out in case there is an infestation. The pest control prices Karalee vary so look for the service that will meet your budget.