On the road with Kiki – Episode 47
Happy Wednesday! Welcome back for our latest episode of On the Road with Kiki. Hosted by pest consultant Kristian, we follow him around Adelaide as he visits clients who are experiencing pest outbreaks.
With breeding season in full swing, it’s common to see more pest bird problems and our first client of the day is no exception. They’ve had multicoloured birds chewing through timber on the roof. Kristian climbs up for a look and sees that some lorikeets have managed to squeeze through the scribe filler, then chew through the timber to get inside the roof to nest. He leaves the client with a quote to proof off the entry points and remove any baby lorikeets inside the roof.
The next client is also having issues with pest birds, but this time it’s starlings that are the culprit. They’ve been able to get under the ridge caps to access the roof space. Kristian recommends proofing off every corner of the roof as the pesky starlings have managed to use all of them to get inside. He also suggests dusting off the roof void and relocating baby starlings.
Finally, the last client has just recently purchased a house and they’re interested in some options and advice for termite prevention. Kristian sees that there are some timber sleepers in the yard. He identifies signs of old termite activity, so he offers the client a quote for a full inspection as well as a termite protection system. And that’s it for another day!
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