Pest Control Lake Macquarie

We exterminate 11 pests in 1 treatment

Our spray treatment eliminates up to 11 pests, including spiders, cockroaches, silverfish, earwigs, slaters, scorpions, centipedes, millipedes, clothes moths, pantry months, paper wasps, mud wasps and tape wasps.

Pest control and termite services Lake Macquarie

Rebel Pest Professionals is locally owned and operated, servicing the Lake Macquarie area for over 25 years.

We cover the key areas / suburbs including Belmont, Cardiff, Charlestown, Cooranbong, Glendale, Morrisset, Mount Hutton, Swansea, Toronto, Valentine and Warners Bay.

We deliver personalised and trustworthy pest control services to homes and businesses across the Lake Macquarie area.

Our key pest control services in Lake Macquarie

Regular termite inspections are a must for homeowners in the Lake Macquarie area. Many of our customers combine their annual termite inspection with a general pest treatment or spider spray to save money. This can provide significant savings when compared to booking the services separately.

We do offer a range of other specialist pest control services (click on a pest below to find out more).

We also offer a range of commercial pest control services to the health care, hospitality, food manufacturing and retail industries. Our commercial customers benefit from our regular servicing tailored to their business needs and our comprehensive documentation.

Lake Macquarie Climate

Like much of the east coast, Lake Macquarie has a humid sub-tropical climate, with warm summers, mild winters and plenty of rainfall! This creates ideal conditions for pest breeding all year round, so homeowners and business owners need to keep on their toes and generally need regular pest control services to keep their homes and businesses pest free.

Lake Macquarie – Key Pests

Other than termites, which should always be the number one concern for homeowners, the main pests in the Lake Macquarie area are mosquitoes and biting midges, spiders, cockroaches and ants. Rodents can be a problem in winter.

Lake Macquarie and the surrounding mangrove and marsh areas are major breeding areas for saltwater mosquitoes, such as Aedes vigilax. Unlike other mosquito species, these saltwater mosquitos can fly several kilometres, making them a pest for many communities in the area. Apart from their annoying bites, they can spread Ross River virus, which can cause fever and lasting medical issues.

Lake Macquarie – Key Facts

Lake Macquarie is part of the Hunter Region and Greater Newcastle area. The city of Lake Macquarie was proclaimed as a city on 7th September, 1984. It has a population of nearly 200,000.

Lake Macquarie is the main tourist feature for the area, along with the coast towns which are developing rapidly.

Other than tourism, the other main industry is coal, with smaller agriculture and manufacturing industries. The Eraring Power Station supplies 25% of the power for NSW.

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