Pest Control Parramatta

At Serial Pest Control our locally based technicians are ready to provide pest control in Parramatta to help protect your home, family or business from termites and other pests. With our technicians based in Western Sydney, we can get to you quickly in the case of an emergency.

Pest Control Services in Parramatta

Our Serial Pest Control technicians are fully licensed and insured to provide a full range of pest control and termite services in Parramatta, including:

Annual pest control treatments are popular with all homeowners, whether in an house or unit. For those in houses, annual termite inspections are a must and a termite protection system is highly recommended. Sometimes specialist pest control services are request if there is a specific pest infestation

With the large number of offices, restaurants, schools and residential care facilities in Parramatta, Serial Pest Control offers a regular commercial pest management services to help keep business and establishments pest free. We provide all the necessary documentation for the pest control treatments keeping you compliant with internal requirements and external regulations.

Areas serviced in Parramatta

Serial Pest Control provide pest control services to all Parramatta suburbs including: Carlingford, Clyde, Granville, Lidcombe, Northmead, Toongabbie, Wentworthville, Westmead and Winston Hills.

Key Pests in Parramatta

Parramatta is essentially a city, so the main pest problems tend to be cockroaches and rodents – they love all the food establishments, extra garbage and the high density living! For homeowners around the central business district, termites are also a major concern. Down near the Parramatta River and creeks, mosquitoes can also be a problem.

The weather in Parramatta is ideal for pests – the warm to very warm temperatures for much of the year mean pest numbers can increase rapidly leading to pest infestation.

Termite inspections and treatments in Parramatta

For any homeowner in Parramatta, annual termite inspections are a must. It doesn’t make any difference whether its an old home or a new home, if there’s wood and moisture present, termites can find their way in! In fact, the chances of you suffering from a termite attack are more than a fire, flood or natural disaster combined!

Governments, building authorities and Australian Standard all recommend having a termite inspection at least once a year. Not only will this determine whether you have active termites or termite damage or your property, it will determine whether there are any conditions around the home or building faults that will make a termite attack more likely. Although termite inspections will tell you if you have termites, to prevent termites attacking the building it is necessary to install a termite management system for termite protection.

Even if the home had termite protection included in the building at the time of construction, this needs to be inspected every year to make sure it is still fit for purpose. However, for many homes (both old and new), it is necessary to have a termite management system installed around and under (if there is a sub-floor) the building. The two types of different termite treatment are either a soil termite treatment or termite baiting system. Having a termite protection system in place is a smart investment, which gives peace of mind that your property is adequately protected between inspection visits. Termite damage is not covered by standard home insurance policies, so installing a termite management system gives that important peace of mind.

Parramatta – Interesting facts…

As a major residential area it has a large number of schools, sporting facilities and the Blacktown Arts Centre.

  • The traditional owners of the area are the Darug people, indeed human activity in the area has been date back 30,000 years
  • Parramatta was the first inland European settlement, founded in 1788 by Governer Arthur Phillip, often described as the ‘cradle of the colony’ as it was larger and more important than Sydney in the early years, due to its good soil for farming.
  • Originally called Rose Hill, it was re-named Parramatta after an aboriginal name meaning “head of waters”
  • It has many historic colonial buildings dating back to 18th Century
  • Parramatta is a major transport and business hub as it is centrally located for the whole Greater Sydney area
  • Home to the Parramatta Eels rugby league team