Insects (Cockroaches, spiders, etc)

Insects are a fascinating part of the natural world, from humble cockroaches to magnificent spiders. While they often evoke fear in many humans, it is important to understand that insects play an integral role in our environment. From pollinating plants and flowers to controlling populations of other species, insects are essential for maintaining healthy ecosystems. In Australia, we have many unique species of insect which can be found in almost all parts of the country. Swarming ants, scuttling beetles and fluttering moths are just some examples of these incredible creatures.

Despite their small size and seemingly insignificant presence, insects have great significance for us as humans. They provide food sources such as honey or wax, while also serving as an important source of inspiration for artisans who create beautiful jewellery and other works from materials produced by bees or beetles. Insects are also used extensively within science and medicine; research into genetics relies heavily on fruit flies as a model organism while mosquitoes are being used to study infectious diseases.

It is clear that insects should not simply be treated with contempt – rather we should strive to observe them carefully and appreciate the vital part they play in keeping our planet functioning smoothly. Whether it's marvelling at the silent flight of a butterfly or taking delight in watching ants build intricate nests, there is much pleasure to be derived from studying these remarkable creatures up close!

Pest Control in Australia

Birds (pigeons etc)

Frequently Asked Questions

Common pests in Australia include rodents, cockroaches, spiders, moths, ants and silverfish.
In some cases, yes. For example, it is a legal requirement to prevent or manage certain pests and diseases on agricultural land under the Plant Health Act
Signs of an insect infestation may include sightings of small insects or their droppings, evidence of damage to property such as wood or fabric being chewed through or holes appearing in walls/ceilings. You may also notice musty odours coming from areas where these pests live and breed.
Regularly checking for signs of pests; sealing off any potential entry points into your home; regularly cleaning surfaces such as countertops and floors; using repellents such as sprays or traps; removing clutter that could provide hiding places for insects; and ensuring structural integrity with no visible cracks or holes where insects could gain access.
Yes, it is important to use professional pest control services which use safe products that do not pose any risk to people’s health when applied correctly, especially when treating areas inhabited by humans (e.g., living rooms).