Termites Gilston, Gold Coast, Queensland
Do you have a termite problem in Gilston? Call CTS Termite and Pest Control. CTS Termite and Pest Control are your local professionals servicing Gilston. Whether you need termite protection for your home at Gilston or general pest control, CTS Termite and Pest Control are rated 5 stars for first class service.
With a professional team who are fully licensed, qualified and insured we go the extra mile to ensure you receive first rate guaranteed service that others could only wish to do. With the latest inspection technology, tools and equipment, CTS Termite and Pest Control are ready to deal with termites and pests in one service call. Our mission is to improve the overall perception of the termite and pest control industry by:
- Deliver good old fashioned service
- Provide the most cost effective solutions
- Right treatment and advice first time
- Treatments and inspections in accordance with Australian Standard 3660.1–2014
Call us during business hours or complete our enquiry form to have your termite Gilston or pest control Gilston needs attended to.
We are ready to service your needs such as:
- Gilston termite inspections
- Termite barriers in Gilston
- Termite eradication Gilston
- Gilston pre purchase inspections
- Gilston pre-construction termite treatments for renovations and extensions in accordance with the AS
Not sure of the difference between white ants and termites? White ants and termites are the same pest.
Call on CTS Termite and Pest Control for your termite and pest control problems on 1300 664 971
Keep in mind that we also specialise and can help with your needs for:
- Pest control in Gilston
- Bedbug infestations Gilston
Did you know this about GilstonGilston is a locality in Gold Coast that is home to 1449 people as of their 2011 census. Gilston is bounded to the west by the Nerang River.
The settlement in Gilston began in the 1860s, dairies and timber mills were the main industries in Gilston then. A local storekeeper named Mr Bryant gave the location the name Gilston after a village of the same name in England.
In 1881, the Nerang Upper Provisional School which was renamed into Gilston Provisional School, only to be renamed again into Gilston Sate School in 1908. The school was situated in Gilston Road until 1985. To address increasing number of enrolees, a new campus was constructed in Worongary Street. The entire campus was unified in the new location in 1996. Gilston opened its first telephone office in 1923.
After engaged in fundraising since March 1930, the Gilson Hall was finally opened on Friday 16 June 1933 by Thomas Plunkett, junior, Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly for the Albert. The hall was erected on the site of the old Lutheran church on Gilstone Road and was 60 by 30 feet with a stage and dressing rooms.
Since 2014, Gilston residents have been subjected to one of the largest hoon crisis in Queensland. Despite best efforts from the Queensland Police Service to battle the ongoing eradicate behavior, many hoons continuously menace the roads endangering the public. Many residents who oppose the hoon behaviour have been taking the law into their own hands including chasing hoon cars at high speeds to capture registration plates and vandalizing vehicles.
Gilston is a great locality but its homes are still prone to pest and termite damage. To get rid of pest and termite damage in Gilston, CTS Termite and Pest Control is the team to call.
Gilston Termite Treatment History
|Street||Job Type||Year Treated|
|Fyfes Road||Termite Inspection||2019|
|Carmel Close||Termite Inspection||2019|
|Pitta Court||Active Termites||2018|
|Bellbird Place||Termite Inspection||2018|
|Silvereye Circuit||Termite Baiting and Monitoring||2018|
|0 Gilston Road||Termite Inspection||2018|
|Hanwood Court||Active Termites||2018|
|Rutherford Circuit||Active Termites||2018|
|Gilston Road||Bait on Active Termites||2018|
|Pyrus Court||Termite Inspection||2017|
Termites in Gilston
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Gilston Termites Inspection Data
|Metric||Rating (1 Low - 10 High)|
|Forestry index||6 - Mostly parks and reserves|
|Water index||4 - Nearby river|