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                                                                    PERMANENT  PREMIUM PEST CONTROL PROGRAM

All 195 Pests and numerous species of these pests listed on page 4-12 are serviced with different methods.

Your Pest Program covers you in the following ways:

- Regular treatment every 4 months
- Automatically done with 1 week notice via email
- 85 free pest service advice
- 75+ pest  automatically treated
- 10 special pest request
- 5 free advice with extra fee pest
- 3 health advice only pests
- 1 monitoring only pest
- Reptile relocating


The only exclusion to the Permanent Premium Pest Program is that if you require a full termite treatment there will be an additional cost.
However termite monitoring is still included in the program and the program can be tied in with your existing Annual Termite inspection service.


Pop up problems and Emergencies , such as snakes , bee swarms ect. Are done by appointments with out prompt polite service should a problem occur inside the building. at no extra cost.


There is NO LIMIT to the number of extra calls you can have at any time.
You will still get your 4 monthly treatments and inspection .


This is a Premium service for selected clients only .
All the above is less then $37 per week. Direct debited at $159 per month from your credit card 2 month in advance (1st payment $318.)


A  -  Advice

E - Extra fee will apply checking and advice is covered

H - Health issue some advice given

M - Monitoring only

N - Normal coverage

W - Specialized treatment required when issue arise

SR - Can be done but must be a real problem and is freely carried out after a special requirement

A good number of theses pests will not be in your area but are still covered in the relevant method should you get a problem.
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N- Argentine ant                                                   
N- Black garden ant                                              
N- Black House ant
N- Bulldog ant
N- Caribbean Crazy ant
N- Carpenter ant
N- Citronella ant
N- Fire ant
N- Ghost ant
N- Green head ant
N- Jumper ant
N- Odorous House ant
N- Pavement ant
N- Pharaohs' ant
N- Roger's ant
N- Singapore ant
N- Sugar ant
N- White-footed ant


N- American cockroach
N- Australian cockroach
N- Brown Banded Cockroach
N- German cockroach
N- Oriental Cockroach
N- Smoke Brown cockroach


N- Bed bugs
A,N- Bird flea
N- Bird mite
A,N- Brown dog fleas
A,N- cat fleas
A,H- Head Lice
A,N,H- Human Fleas
A- Pigeon Tick
H- Scabies Mite
N- Triatomine Bug



A- Autumn fly
A- Bluebottle
SR- Bush Fly
A- Cluster Fly
A- Crane Fly
A,SR- Flesh Fly
A- Fruit fly
A- Horse fly
A- Lace wigs
A,SR- Lesser House Fly
A- Sand Fly
A,SR- House Fly
A- Vinegar Fly
A- White fly
A- Yellow swarming Fly


N- Carpenter Bees
N- Honey Bee
N- Hornetsbr /> A- Native Bees
N-  Paper Wasps


A- Brown House Moth
W,A- Case - bearing Clothes moth
W,A- Common Clothes Moth
A- Moth  Fly
A- White - shouldered House Moth
W,A- Webbing Clothes  Moth

TEXTILE beetles

W- Common Hide Beetle
W- Fur Beetle
W- Leather Beetle
W- Varied Carpet Beetle                                                                                 
W- Australian Carpet Beetle
W- Black Carpet Beetle
W- Book lice


A- African Black beetle
A- Amphipods                                                                                                        
A- Australian Spider Beetle
A- Bean Weevil
A- Biscuit Beetle
A- Broadhorned Flour Beetle
A- Cheese mite
A- Cigarette Beetle
A- Coffee Bean Weevil
A- Confused Flour Beetle
A- Copra Beetle
A- Cowpea Weevil
A- Flour Mites
A,W- Four Spotted Bean Weevil
A- Fungus Beetles
A- Fur Beetle
A- Furniture Mite
A- Golden Spider Beetle
A- Grain Borer
A- Grain Weevil
A- Khapra Beetle
A,W- Indian Meal Moth
A,W- Larder Beetle
A- Lesser Grain Borer Beetle
A- Maize Weevil Beetle
A- Merchant Grain Beetle
A,W- Mill Moth
A,W- Rice Weevil
A- Rust Red Flour Beetle
A- Saw Toothed Grain Beetle
A- Tropical Warehouse Moth
A- Warehouse Beetle
A- Warehouse Moth
A- White Marked Spider Beetle
A- Yellow Meal worm Beetle


N- Black Field Cricket
N- Centipedes
N- Earwigs
N- House cricket
N,A- house dust mite
N- Millipedes
N- Silverfish


N- Plaster Beetle
N- Dam Pill Bug { Slaters}
N- Spring tail
N- Wood lice


A- Bamboo Borer
A- Bark Borer
A,E- Common Furniture Beetle
A- Deathwatch Beetle
A- House  Longhorn Beetle
A,E- Powder Post Beetle
A- Steely Blue Beetle
A- Wharf Borer
A- Wood-boring Weevil


A- Clover Mites
A- Cockchafers
A- Ground Beetle
A- Lady bug
A- Plant Mite
A- Red Spider Mite
A- Vine Weevil


N- Black House Spider
N- Brown Recluse Spider
N- Common House Spider
N- Daddy Long Legs Spider
A- Garden Ord-Weaving Spider
A- Harvest man Spider
N- Huntsman Spider
A- Mouse Spider
N- Red Back Spider
A- Red Headed Mouse Spider
N- Scorpions
A- St Andrews Cross Spider
A- Tarantulas
A- Trap Door Spider
A- Tree Funnel Web Spider
N- White tail Spider
N- Wolf spider
N- Yellow Sac Spider
A- Zebra Spider


Q  Why do you only treat the outside ?

A  The reason for regular external treatment is to stop any pest build up and keep pests from entering the property.

Q Is there any limit to treatment ?

A See termites other then this

Q what do i do if i find a snake/bees ?

A Snakes and bees are on our priority danger list and subsequently are classified as an emergency call out with both we ask you to:

1. Phone us immediately
2. Keep a safe distance away
3. Monitor the situation
4. Keep clear when our trained staff arrive to deal with the situation

We will leave regular work to respond to these calls

Q What do i do if Termites are found ?

A  Termite monitoring outside is included should activity be found our technician can and will make an appointment to explain your options and cost from here.

Q Can i have other pests included ?

A yes, you just have to let our consultant know what pests you want treated  , usually we can accommodate most situations ,the pests

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