A. Typically all buildings should have a pest inspection at a minimum of every 12 months; structures which are a high risk may require inspections to be carried out several times a year (unless wholly built of concrete and brick or block work).
Pest Inspections of Units
Units constructed with timber flooring, door/window frames, walls and ceilings (i.e. joists, studs and rafters) should have regular pest inspections, however it is advisable to research the building history regarding these inspections which are often carried out on instruction of the body corporate along with regular maintenance (this can be assessed once on site and carried out at the same time as the building report if required).