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Timber Pest Inspection Report Template

This template makes writing a pest and termite inspection report easier. Find evidence of termite and beetle damage and log its location. Come up with a fumigation or termination plan, and determine if a more extensive inspection is required to treat the infestation. The checklist below guides you through the following points:

  • • Building construction
  • • Inspection points
  • • Location
  • • Termite species
  • • Damages
  • • Treatement plans
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General Information
Terms And Conditions A report finding NO evidence of timber pest infestation does not imply there is no future risk, and it does not protect the structure from future infestation. The client must understand that subterranean termites are living creatures and the building's infestation status may change at any time. In some instances, an infestation can occur within 24 hours after the time of inspection, and it is critical you consider pest management options provided carefully. Inspections are visual inspection only and further recommendations may be provided for invasive inspections to allow for a more detailed report You, as the customer must understand that the inspection is subject to the scope, possible limitations, exclusions, definitions, terms & conditions as defined within this document. 1. This inspection is in accordance with Australian Standard 4349.3-2010 and is a visual inspection only for readily accessible areas. Possible limitations can be floor coverings, furniture, fixtures, locked areas, limited crawl space, stored items, wall linings, and insulation. An invasive inspection is available upon request and is recommended in areas with limited access. 2. This report contains details found/not found on subterranean termites and does not comment on dry wood termites in any form. 3. Limitations: This report is indicative of the structure at the date and time of the inspection only and is not to be construed as an expressed or implied warranty or guarantee against previous, concealed, or future infestations or defects. This document is not a structural report, and as such, if termites or termite damage have been noted, it is recommended a qualified structural engineer, building consultant, or licenses building contractor inspect the building as soon as possible to determine the extent of the damage. 4. Timber Pest Inspection Report: is produced solely for the client/unit noted on the front of the report. Pest Control accepts no liability or responsibility to any third party that may rely wholly or in part on this inspection and/or report. 5. Pest Control: cannot be held liable to the client or any other person for any injury, loss or damage suffered by the client or any other person where the injury, loss or damage arises directly or indirectly from the inspection of the property and/or the associated report. 6. Terms & Conditions: The terms and conditions noted in this report form part of the agreement. Inspections will not be undertaken unless approval is gained by the acceptance of the said conditions. Acceptance will be acknowledged once the quote has been accepted by the client. 7. Trade Practices Act: Terms and Conditions contained within this report are in addition to and do not replace or remove any rights conferred by the Trades Practices Act or other consumer protection legislation.
Has Pest Control received approval to conduct inspection?
Property Type
Number of rooms
Image of Building
Building Construction
Roof Type
Base Construction
External Wall Type
Internal Wall Type
Floor Coverings
Areas Inspected
Non- Inspected Area
Areas that were unable to be inspected
Reason for Non-Inspection
Please note, this area was inaccessible. Pest control highly recommends an invasive inspection to allow for further scrutiny of the area.
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Subterranean Termites
Termites found?
Important: Where termites have been located it may be impossible to determine the extent of the coverage or the possible damage caused without an invasive inspection.
Species of Termite
This/these species have the potential to cause
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Termite Nest
Was a nest located?
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Termite Damage
Was termite damage noted at the time of inspection?
Damage located
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Previous termite treatment
Was evidence of previous treatment found?
Evidence noted
Protection Type
Chemical if applicable
Is the system current?
Does the current system meet Australian standards?
Date conducted
Image of previous treatment
Conducive Areas
Water leaks present?
Damage found, but not limited to
Damage appears to be
Important: Where water leaks are noted we strongly recommend advice be sought by a licensed plumber. Pest control cannot be held liable, as the advice given is based on the technician's industry experience.
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Drainage appropriate?
Inappropriate due to
Are termites shields appropriate?
Is there adequate ventilation?
Are weep holes clear?
Is the slab edge exposed to allow minimum 75mm clearance?
Environment Conditions
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Was wood decay noted at the time of inspection?
Wood decay found but not limited to
Images of wood decay
Beetles That Attack In Service Timber
Were borers noted at the time of inspection?
If yes, then what species?
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Access be provided to
Invasive inspection to the following areas
Inspection by a licensed professional?
Pest Control recommendations
Additional Pests Found
Additional Comments
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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