Termite Inspection Process

Interior and Exterior Inspection

When hiring a company for a termite inspection, they thoroughly examine the inside and outside of your home to identify signs of an infestation. The technician looks for moisture or damage caused by termites or other pests, as well as areas susceptible to infestations, such as wood in contact with the ground. During the inspection termite inspection can use equipment like termatrac to detect termites within wall cavities without having to cut into walls. Other tools like thermal camera can be used to identify high moisture areas which can harbour termites. High moisture areas need to be inspected in detail as this is the most likely location termites will enter a home. For example, a leaking bathroom or laundry.

Termite Barrier installation Sydney

By using advanced technology and relying on the expertise of our trained technicians, Clear View Property Inspections ensures a thorough and comprehensive termite inspection to identify any current or potential termite infestations.


After completing the inspection, they provide a detailed report, including information on any damage that may have been caused by termites or other pests and recommendations for necessary repairs. Reports are usually delivered electronically but can be requested in print format.

Importance of Annual Inspections

Regular termite inspections are essential to identify and address potential pest problems before they cause significant damage. The Australian Standard recommends annual inspections as a way to detect infestations early on. In today’s rapidly changing world, the significance of accurate termite control methods cannot be overstated.

Subterranean termites, Drywood termites, Dampwood termites

Homes have lots of structural wood, making it essential for a termite building inspection.