Rebel Pest – Your Local Pest Professionals in Port Stephens
Rebel Pest Professionals is locally owned and operated, servicing Port Stephens and the Hunter Valley for over 25 years.
We cover the key areas / suburbs including Raymond Terrace, Heatherbrae, Williamtown, Tomago, Anna Bay, Nelson Bay, Karuah and more.
We deliver personalised and trustworthy pest control services to homes and businesses across the Port Stephens Council area.
Our Key Pest Control Services in Port Stephens
- Pest Control Port Stephens
- Termite inspections Port Stephens
- Termite treatments Port Stephens
- Spider sprays Port Stephens
Many of our customers combine their annual pest control or spider treatment with their annual termite inspection (a must for all homeowners!). 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 health care and aged care facilities, schools, cafes, restaurants, hotels, retail, office buildings, real estate and mining.
Port Stephens Climate
The climate in the Port Stephens Council area does vary by region. For example rainfall in the coastal areas such as Nelson Bay tend to be higher than Williamtown and areas further inland. However, the inland areas tend to have more extreme temperatures – higher maximums in the summer and lower minimums in the winter.
However, although there are variations, the generally warm temperatures and good year round rainfall make Port Stephens an ideal for pests of all sorts, including termites. The good rainfall and waterways also mean that many areas will have mosquito problems, especially in the warmer months.
Port Stephens – Key Pests
Other than termites, which should always be the number one concern for homeowners, the main pests in the Port Stephens area are spiders, ants and cockroaches. Mosquitoes can also be a problem in areas with water nearby.
Being a more rural area, Coptotermes tends to be the most common termite species in Port Stephens. With colonies that can grow to over 1 million individuals, this is a termite that can cause significant damage to a home in as little as 6 months. Installing a termite protection system around your home and having annual termite inspections are a much to prevent a termite attack.
Port Stephens – Key Facts
Port Stephens includes tourist destinations such as Anna Bay and Nelson Bay, rural communities and of course the airport and Williamtown, which is shared between the Royal Australian Airforce and Newcastle Airport. The airport is the 12th busiest in Australia.
The largest percentage of the population of the Port Stephens Council area is based around Raymond Terrace and Heatherbrae, and to the north around the shores of Port Stephens, where the Karuah river flows out to the sea.