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An interior spray with an insect growth regulator.

Insect growth regulators are chemicals that interfere with silverfish development in the egg and during the larval and pupal stages. IGRs prevent the insect from reaching adulthood and reproducing - effectively sterilizing the population.


Sometimes a second treatment may be needed for heavy infestations.



Prices exclude GST.

Prices are dependent on house area / number of rooms.


Skirting boards

From $170

+ Window & Door Frames

From $20

+ Walls

From $20

+ Ceilings

From $20


+ Insect Detectors

From $15

+ Automatic Insect Spray Dispenser

From $15

+ Ongoing Silverfish Control



From $20 minimum charge


  • Valid Gold or Student card will receive 10% off.

  • Multi treatment discount receives 15% off.

  • Refer a friend and receive 20% off. (Up to $100)

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Why get rid of SILVERFISH?

Damage to Property: Silverfish are known to cause damage to various household items, including books, paper documents, wallpaper, fabrics, and stored food products. They feed on materials containing starch, cellulose or sugar, which can lead to irreparable damage and financial losses.


Contamination of Food: Silverfish can contaminate stored food items, such as grains, cereals, and flour, by leaving behind their droppings, shed skin, and body parts. Consuming contaminated food can pose health risks and lead to digestive problems or foodborne illnesses.


Allergies and Asthma: Some individuals may be allergic to silverfish or their shed skin, faeces, or saliva. Exposure to these allergens can trigger allergic reactions, including respiratory issues, asthma attacks, or skin irritations.


Aesthetics and Cleanliness: Silverfish infestations can create a sense of uncleanliness and may be considered unsightly. Seeing these pests crawling in your living spaces, especially in bathrooms, kitchens, or bedrooms, can be unsettling and can impact the overall aesthetic appeal of your home.


Clothing and Fabric Damage: Silverfish are attracted to fabrics, including clothing, curtains, upholstery, and linens. They can leave behind yellowish stains and small holes in these materials, leading to the deterioration of your garments and fabric items.

Pest Indicator: The presence of silverfish in your premises can be an indicator of excess moisture or damp conditions, as they thrive in high-humidity environments. Addressing silverfish infestations can help identify and address underlying moisture issues that may lead to further pest problems or damage to the structure of your property.


Peace of Mind: Eliminating silverfish from your premises provides peace of mind, ensuring a clean and pest-free living environment. It helps alleviate concerns about property damage, food contamination, allergic reactions, and the overall cleanliness and hygiene of your home.

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