Pre-purchase Inspection Perth. Here at TMO Pest and Weed Management we believe purchasing a property is a significant step in your life, so before you buy a home, it is highly recommended that you have a timber pest inspection report prepared to make sure the property is not infested by termites or other timber pests.
Pre-Purchase inspections Perth require a full visual inspection and a comprehensive evaluation of the whole property as well as its outdoor areas. As part of TMO Pest and Weed Managements Pre purchase inspection our licenced and qualified inspectors will assess all termite and timber pest activity, both active and dormant within the property as well as around the property you’re looking to purchase. All our Timber pest inspections are carried out as per Australian Standards AS 4349.3. You can find the official document AS 4349.3 reports at commerce.wa.gov.au.
TMO Pest and Weed Managements inspectors will accurately advise you if there is any current or potential future activity of any type and will be happy to explain anything you don’t understand on the existing pest condition of your possible future home or office.
It is crucial to get a pre-purchase inspection Perth done before buying any property to guarantee what you are buying is free from any future trouble. Since any existing or threatening termite or timber pest issue can be identified during an inspection; it helps to keep you safe from the difficulty and cost of dealing with greater problems such as termite infestations.
It’s important to keep in mind that most insurance companies don’t cover termite damage therefore, you would be liable for the financial burden of getting the termite damage fixed if any is found after you have purchased the property. A complete and thorough pre-purchase inspection Perth done by the friendly inspectors at TMO Pest and Weed Management can help you make your property purchase decision a bit more effortless.
A few tips to help you with your future investment are to make sure you include on the offer and acceptance that your offer to buy the property is subject to a Timber Pest Inspection and make sure you are specific about what findings will void your offer.
Find out what termite preventative system is currently in place for the property, if there are no preventative systems in place we highly recommend you look at getting one installed. When researching this make sure you consider what warranties the company offer, you want to ensure you pick someone that will warrant their work and be around if anything happens.
Make sure your inspection is carried out by a qualified and licensed Pest Technician.
Make sure you are up to date with regular termite inspections to ensure your home stays free from termites. Consumer Protection recommends that you arrange for a licensed pest control technician to inspect your home at least once a year.