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Pest Control for New Building Sites in Sydney

Construction sites are targets for insects, rodents and birds

Construction is a tough business, mainly because it involves so many different businesses coming together for a job. Your construction site is filled with contractors from all kinds of businesses coming and going, and the work can drag on for a long time. Along with all of these people comes another set of guests–pests. You never know what you’ll uncover when you dig, and you never know what you’ll attract when you build. Upturned earth, piles of lumber and regular, everyday refuse can make your site a magnet for pests that can undermine the quality of your work.

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WHICH PESTS ARE THE MOST DANGEROUS AND LIKELY CULPRITS?


Anytime you dig, you make a mess. Insects that were hidden underground can attack workers and spread disease. mud and puddles can be breeding grounds for mosquitoes and black flies. And any mess can draw rats and birds, looking for free meals. These are the kind of infestations that can slow down your work and fail government inspections.

THE MOST DAMAGING PESTS ARE THE ONES THAT ARE NEARLY INVISIBLE: TERMITES


Termites often live in the soil, and they can easily move to piles of lumber or wood panelling without being seen. Once they’re in, they can threaten the integrity and value of the new construction. With so much time and money on the line, it’s best to be safe.

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HOW CAN BUG FREE PEST CONTROL HELP PROTECT A CONSTRUCTION SITE?

Bug Free Pest Control offers inspections and extermination to help you combat any existing problems before they get a chance to spread. But that’s not all.

We offer several options that can help prevent termites and other vermin from ever reaching the new building:

  1. 1. Physical Barriers

    These will physically deflect termites and other pests from reaching the building
  2. 2. Chemical Barriers

    These will defend the site from infestation for a set period of time
  3. 3. Reticulation Systems

    These will provide an opportunity to regularly restore the chemical barrier so its effectiveness can be long term