Pre Purchase Timber Pest Inspections

Buying a new home is an exciting and often nerve-wracking experience. With so many things to consider, it can be easy to overlook important details, such as the possibility of pest infestations. That’s where our pre-purchase timber pest inspections come in.

At DB2, we offer comprehensive pre-purchase timber pest inspections to help homebuyers make informed decisions. Our pre-purchase timber pest inspections are conducted by experienced and licensed technicians who use the latest technology to detect potential issues. We inspect all accessible areas of the property, including the roof void, subfloor, and external areas, and provide a detailed report outlining any findings.

So, whether you’re a first-time homebuyer or a seasoned property investor, a pre-purchase timber pest inspection is an essential step in your property purchasing journey. If you are looking to buy a property, we invite you to get in touch with us right away for an obligation-free quote.

Reasons to get a pre-purchase timber pest inspection


  • Protect your investment: A pre-purchase timber pest inspection can uncover hidden damage caused by termites, borers, and other timber pests. These pests can cause significant damage to the structural integrity of a home, leading to costly repairs. By identifying potential issues before you buy, you can protect your investment and avoid unexpected expenses down-the-line.
  • Negotiate a fair price: If our inspection does reveal the presence of timber pests, you can use this information to negotiate a fair price with the seller. Alternatively, you may choose to walk away from the property altogether. Either way, a pre-purchase timber pest inspection gives you the knowledge you need to make an informed decision.
  • Peace of mind: Buying a home can be a stressful experience, but a pre-purchase timber pest inspection can give you peace of mind. Knowing that your potential new home is free of timber pest infestations can help you feel confident in your decision and allow you to focus on the more enjoyable aspects of moving.