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Providing Perth’s Safest Environmental Termite, Pest & Weed Control Solutions
Envirapest are currently the highest ranked pest control company in Western Australia for 2017/18 . Recently, Envirapest were awarded the prestigious title by our governing body AEPMA by placing 3rd Australia wide. Envirapest were recognized and honoured for customer safety, our technical innovations and our genuine environmental commitment. With over 15 years servicing Perth and all its surrounding suburbs, Envirapest has been able to separate ourselves from competitors with down to earth customer service and the cutting edge technology we incorporate with all our services. Whether yourself or business require environmental pest, weed, or termite management solutions – Envirapest are setting the standard.
Concerned About Termites – Don’t be. We’re here to help!
Finding termites in, or around your home can be a stressful situation – and for good reason. Unfortunately, most people are unaware that termite damage or activity is not covered under most home insurance policies. This is where employing a company with the right tools, experience and knowledge is paramount. Envirapest provide all aspects of termite management combined with the latest termite detection technology for all our property inspections, baiting and monitoring systems, barrier treatments, and spot treatments.
Winning The War On Weeds.
We provide all aspects of weed control to Perth and greater WA. Weed management, weed spraying and weed identification are a passion here at Envirapest. So, if it’s a weed, we know it & importantly, we know how to deal with it. We cover all shapes and sizes too. From small domestic lawn weeds to couch grass in the rose bed – we can help. Commercial business yards and office surrounds – simple. Hobby farms & rural properties – 1 to 500 acres? Not a problem. Bushlands & natural areas, sports ovals, schools, parks and government reserves? A walk in the park – literally. Nothing is too big or too small