Termite & Pest Control Melbourne
Termites, Spiders, Cockroaches, Ants, Birds, Bed Bugs, Silverfish, Fleas, Rats, Mice, Bees & Wasps. 0434 967 851
Rescue Termite & Pest Control Melbourne are the people to call when you need to exterminate Termites, Spiders, Cockroaches, Ants, Birds, Borers, Bed Bugs, Silverfish, Fleas, Rats, Mice, Bees & Wasps anywhere in the Melbourne metro or Mornington Peninsula area.
Fully licensed and insured, Rescue Termite & Pest Control Melbourne are also recognised as one of Melbourne’s leading Termite experts. Termites without doubt the most destructive insect you will ever encounter. Working quietly within the wall, roof and floor cavities of your home Termites can inflict many thousands of dollars damage to your home before you even get a hint that they are there. Regular termite inspections are strongly advisable to protect your housing investment.
Termite Inspections Melbourne
Rescue Termite & Pest Control Melbourne are highly experienced and trained in the latest termite location, extermination and protection technology. They will find and eradicate any termites in your home and then put in place termite barriers to prevent them from coming back.
Whist Spiders, Cockroaches, Ants, Birds, Bed Bugs, Silverfish, Fleas, Rats, Mice, Bees & Wasps are not as destructive as termites they can still dangerous to children and adults not to mention and absolute nuisance. Spiders can be a real nightmare for many people. Below you will find some spider facts and advice which everyone would do well to read.
Rescue Termite & Pest Control Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula will happily provide an obligation free quote on your pest problem. They are a local family owned business and are very environmentally conscious with all the pest control products they use.
Contact them on (0434) 967 851.
Spider Habits, Facts & Advice
- Remember to wear gloves when gardening.
- Shake out your shoes before putting them on.
- Wear shoes when walking outside, particularly at night because that’s when spiders are most active.
- Excavations, landscaping, digging or gardening can disturb a spider’s habitat and force it to seek new lodgings.
- Educate your children on the dangers of spiders and teach them to leave spiders alone.
- Avoid leaving clothes or toys lying on the ground, especially overnight. Spiders are predominantly nocturnal and tend to get around more after sunset. Clothes and toys make a great shelter for spiders.
- Watch out for spiders after long periods of rain. Wet weather tends to keep spiders in their burrows but when the rain stops they tend to be very active.
- If you see a spider at the bottom of your swimming pool don’t assume it’s dead. Some spiders can survive underwater in their own air bubble for up to 24 hours.
Australia has over 2,000 species of spiders and although most of them are relatively harmless to humans it is simply not worth taking the chance. In the event of a spider bite you should ALWAYS seek immediate medical attention either from your local GP or by calling 000 for an ambulance. Better Health Victoria have an online information page with spider facts everyone should read.