From Knox Park to Byangum Road in Murwillumbah, Surekil Pest Control are your trusted local pest control experts, with a commitment to delivering high-quality warranty backed services for effective results, you can rest assured that your property is in professional hands with one of our fully licensed, insured and police checked pest management technicians.
If you have a problem with any of the pests below or are vacating a rental property in Murwillumbah and need an end of lease move out spray, talk to our friendly team on (07) 5599 1322 about your options for a safe, effective solution.
Surekil Pest Control work with local Body Corporate Managers to provide fast, reliable and professional Pest Control services to some of Murwillumbah’s largest and smallest schemes. We also work with local Murwillumbah café and restaurant food businesses to implement Pest Management Programs to cover all their legislative requirements and ensure industry best practices.
Surekil Pest Control are your local termite management experts, with more than 20 years local experience and a reputation for providing Murwillumbah home and business owners with quality, reliable termite management services, including:
Whether you are buying or selling a property in Murwillumbah, Surekil Pest Control can carry out a comprehensive inspection of the property’s timber structures for damage by fungal decay (rot), wood boring insects, subterranean termites or other timber pests.
For a free consultation and quote on effective termite management or to book your timber pest inspection, call your local pest control experts, Surekil Pest Control on 1300 991 322 or request a booking online.
No, you should not sleep in your room after it has been sprayed with pesticides. Pesticides can be harmful to humans if they are inhaled or ingested, so it’s best to wait until the chemicals have dissipated before entering the room again.
The results of pest control vary depending on the type of pest and the severity of the infestation. In most cases, the effects will last for several months, but it is always best to follow up with the pest control company to make sure the problem has been fully eradicated.
The landlord is usually responsible for pest control in a rental, but it’s always best to check your lease agreement to be sure. If you are responsible for pest control, you should take action as soon as you notice any signs of pests. The longer you wait, the worse the problem will become.