The Common Pest Problems

Pest Control

The Common Pest Problems can cause major health problems. Our technicians use quality treatments to get rid of and control ants, cockroaches, spiders, birds, possums, rodents, wasps and bees

Common Pest Problem A1 Pest Control Canberra

Pest Problems


Ants coming inside and out of your power outlets can indicate termite problem. They can also damage structures, property and appliances. Get an ant pest control right away!


Termites can produce up to 30,000 live termites for a day. They do damage to your property and it’s not covered by insurance. Book your termite inspection today!


Cockroaches have a big breeding cycle and can produce 300 to 400 offspring at once. They can also spread bacteria and cause diseases ranging from food poisoning to typhoid.

Wasps & Bees

Wasps and bees sting to defend themselves, and once you’re attacked you may suffer from intense pain and a fatal allergic reaction. Call a pest team to control these insects asap!


Rodents are quick breeders. They can cause lots of harmful diseases, contaminate your food and gnaw on electric cables. Ask us about our pest baiting system!


Birds cause bird litter and bird mites which are dangerous to humans. They carry and may transmit diseases that can be fatal. Ask us about our bird control services.


Spiders are dangerous to children and pets. Redbacks and white-tailed spiders bite, and it could be lethal if you have a reaction to it. Call a pest team and get rid of them fast!


Possums come inside for shelter. They pee and poo on your ceiling, producing a strong smell over time. During mating season, possums keep you awake at night! Call possum professionals now.


Defending properties against pests for more than 30 years! We are a Canberra-based company and proudly Australian-owned.


  • Canberra
  • Queanbeyan
  • Yass
  • Murrumbateman
  • Bungendore
  • Braidwood
  • Other surrounding areas


  • General Pest Control
  • Bird Proofing
  • Termite Inspection
  • Termite Management


  • Commercial
  • Residential
  • Government
  • Strata

What we do?

We’re committed to help solve pest problems for residential, commercial and strata groups.

Pest Control

Pests can cause major health problems. Our technicians use quality treatments to get rid of and control ants, cockroaches, spiders, birds, possums, rodents, wasps and bees.

Termite Inspection

CSIRO recommends a termite inspection once a year at a minimum. Our team uses the latest technology to detect termites early so they do less damage.

Termite Maintenance

We have many options to treat active termites and protect your property against termite attack.

End of Lease

We know how stressful it is to move house. We have helped hundreds of tenants by working around your schedule, providing a receipt on the day to get your bond back ASAP.


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Pest Control

Pests like ants, termites, cockroaches, spiders or possums shouldn’t be staying in your property and causing so much damage. You deserve to live or work comfortably by eliminating the presence of these destructive pests. What you need is a reliable pest control service that uses quality eco- and pet-friendly products.

Services 1

Termite Inspection

The untrained eye could not easily detect termite presence. Before you know it, they are already creating thousands worth of damage to your property. A termite inspection is necessary as early as possible to help you decide your course of action later on.

Services 2

Termite Treatment

With a strong partnership with a trusted brand, Termidor, we treat termites using Termidor Chemical Barrier BASF product with a $2 million 8-year warranty. We paired a top quality brand of products with a team of licensed professionals to properly treat your termite problems.

Dog and Cat Scratching

End of Lease

Tenancy Agreements in Canberra require an End of Lease service to ensure that fleas from pets which could have inhabited the property during your stay are totally eliminated. This service is what you’ll need before you get your bond payment back.

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