Annual Timber Pest Inspections

You might be surprised to learn that a home inspection doesn’t involve inspection for termites. Usually, a building inspection focuses on identifying any visual defects in and around a building.

A Timber Inspection is necessary to determine the damage caused by timber pests such as Termites, Wood Decay Fungi and Borers. Usually, a Timber Inspection is recommended every 12 month and every three to six months for high-risk areas.

Property Reports provide Timber Pest Inspections to look for all three timber pests. We thoroughly inspect all readily accessible areas of your property including internal & external areas, roof void, sub-roof and outbuildings (sheds, garages etc.).

After conducting Timber Pest Inspection, our inspectors will provide a detailed report outlining:

  • Any visible evidence of damage or activity caused by timber pests with the extent and area of damage.
  • The severity of visible timber pest damage
  • A summary of timber pest(s) identified along with a brief description of the potential damage they could cause
  • The susceptibility of your property to timber pests attack
  • Recommendations for improving the area around the property, making it less susceptible to timber pests
  • Any protective or remedial measures to contain the damage and a plan to reduce future risk of infestation


We believe in a client-focused, personal approach. With our initial no-obligation consultation you can expect-

  • Discuss your requirements in detail
  • Get an idea of your timeline requirements
  • Discuss your concerns regarding the property
  • Explore our services to meet your needs
  • Prepare a plan to move forward


Our experienced professional building consultants conduct extensive inspections and then provide accurate easy to read reports


Property Reports are committed to providing our clients with the best accurate information available to help with your property making decisions.


All accessible areas from the sub-floor to the roof void are thoroughly inspected, followed by a complete, concise, easy to read photographic report.