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Pest Control Loganholme

AllPro Pest Control are a local, family owned pest control company servicing Loganholme. As we live and work nearby, we have local knowledge of the particular pest problems that tend to affect Loganholme residents. Of course, as we’re local we can get to you quickly in case of a “pest emergency”!

AllPro Pest Control Services for Loganholme

AllPro Pest Control are fully licensed and insured to provide a full range of pest control and termite services including:

Having a general pest treatment, often referred to as a ‘pest spray’, keeps everyday pests at bay. This is usually done once a year, at the start of spring. If a particular pest is causing problems, then we have a range of specialist solutions that are tailored to the exact pest and the individual situation.

Most homeowners know that termites pose a significant risk to their investment, so many of our customers follow the recommendation to have a termite inspection carried out once a year. Having a general pest treatment at the same time as an annual termite inspection can lead to significant cost savings. 

Key Pests in Loganholme

The 3 key pests affecting homeowners in Loganholme are

  1. Termites
  2. Ants
  3. Mosquitoes

Warm, humid conditions are ideal for termites, which pose a threat to properties year round. Annual termite inspections are the best way to safeguard against termites entering your property without being detected. 

In Loganholme a number of ant species can become a problem, both inside and outside the home. No one likes ants trailing through their kitchen or making a mess of their lawn! AllPro Pest Control can offer a specialist ant treatment to gain long-lasting control of ant populations, which can otherwise quickly get our of hand.

With the Logan River to the the south, mosquitoes can be a source of irritation for a good portion of the year. Come summertime, when outdoor entertaining is on the cards, our mosquito treatments can keep mosquitoes at bay for up to 3 months. Imagine a backyard barbecue without the hassle of mozzies! 

Mosquito Feeding
Our specialist mosquito treatments are effective for up to 3 months

Termite Inspections and Termite Treatments - Loganholme

Termites are active throughout the year, but their presence is most likely to be spotted around late spring/early summer when they take flight in large swarms. The sight of swarming termites can be alarming, especially if you find a number of winged termites around your property. The flying termites are looking for a new place to build a nest, so it is important to note where activity has been spotted.

Having an annual termite inspection is essential for keeping a property termite free. Of course, it’s possible that termites can attack in the period between inspections, which is why a termite management system should be installed, to offer ongoing, long-lasting protection. A professional termite management system makes it all but impossible for termites to access your home without detection. 

Loganholme - Interesting facts, weather and pest control recommendations

In the 1880s, Loganholme was home to a number of sugar mills and processing sites, the success of which led to the opening of a school, post office and other facilities, to service the area’s growing population. A ferry service across the Logan River served residents faithfully until 1930 when the Loganholme Bridge was opened. Development in the 1960s saw a retail and commercial boom, with the Hyperdome offering a modern shopping experience for residents today.

As an outer city suburb with a river to the south, Loganholme is home to a number of pests including termites, ants, spiders and mosquitoes. Cockroaches are an ever-present problem, particularly in commercial premises. 

Having an annual termite inspection will keep tabs on termite activity and prevent homes from coming under attack. A general pest treatment is a simple and relatively cost-effective way to have peace of mind that the home is free from unwanted crawling and flying insects. 

Banner image credit – Hyperdome / Logan City Council