At Serial Pest Control our locally based technicians are ready 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 to help with any pest control problems in Penrith.
Pest Control Services in Penrith
Our Serial Pest Control technicians are fully licensed and insured to provide a full range of pest control and termite services in Penrith, including:
- Pest Control Penrith
- Termite inspections Penrith
- Termite treatments Penrith
- Commercial Pest Control Penrith
A once a year “pest spray” is a popular treatment for Penrith homeowners. It’s bit more than just a pest spray as we us a range of products to treat the different areas of your home. Most homeowners find that a pest treatment once a year keeps their home pest free. Sometimes a specialist pest treatment is required if there is a specific pest problem.
As Penrith is an area of high pest pressure, homeowners must have an annual termite inspection. By having the termite inspection carried out at the same time as the annual pest treatment homeowners can save time and money.
With the large number of business, schools and residential care facilities in Penrith, Serial Pest Control offers a range of commercial pest management services to help keep these premises free from pests. We will design a regular service plan to meet your needs and provide the necessary documentation to remain compliant with any regulations.
Areas serviced in Penrith
Serial Pest Control provide pest control services to all Penrith suburbs including: St. Marys, St. Clair, Wallacia, Glenmore Park, Colyton, Cranebrook, Emu Plains, Erskine Park, Jordan Springs and Oxley Park.
Key Pests in Penrith
The warm weather and plentiful rainfall in Penrith creates ideal pest conditions. Termites especially love the warmth and moisture and are the number one concern for homeowners. However, conditions are ideal for a wide range of pests including spiders, cockroaches and ants. With the Nepean River running through Penrith, there is always plenty of mosquito breeding spots, so some homeowners can experience some severe mosquito problems.
Although generally warm to hot for most of the year, the winter night time temperatures can get close to freezing. These cooler months are the “rodent season”, when rats and mice tend to move indoors looking for warmth and shelter.
Termite inspections and treatments in Penrith
With high termite pressure in the area, all homeowners in Penrith should have annual termite inspections at the very least, but are also strongly recommended to have a termite treatment to prevent termite attacks. Termite damage is not covered by standard home insurance and with termites able to cause significant damage in as little as 6 months, it is a smart move to protect your home from termites.
Termite inspections will not only spot the signs of termite activity or termite damage on your property they will highlight potential issues which may make a termite attack more likely. Fixing these issues will reduce the chances of a termite attack, but by getting a termite treatment to treat soil around your home or install a termite baiting system, you will prevent termites getting into your home without being noticed.
With plenty of surrounding bush, there are always plenty of new termite queens looking for somewhere to build a new nest, so homeowners must always remain vigilant.
Penrith – Interesting facts…
- The traditional owners of the area are the Darug people.
- European settlers discovered the area in 1789 and started settlements along the Hawkesbury River before moving up the Nepean River.
- The origin of the name Penrith is not clear, but the first documented use was in 1819.
- Penrith is one of the main commercial centres in Western Sydney and is the location of the Penrith City Council and the Westfield Shopping Centre, with strong rail and road links to the rest of Sydney
- It also has strong arts community (Joan Sutherland Performing Arts Centre) and numerous sporting clubs, including the Panthers Rugby League club and the Penrith Whitewater Stadium