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Don't be eaten out of house and home. Protect yourself with a $100,000 TimberSecure Termite Insurance Policy.


Don`t be surprised to find that your current Building Insurance does not cover you against the structural damage that termites cause. Most, if not all, insurance policies specifically exclude structural damage caused by termites. It's a big worry especially considering that Australia has the most destructive termites in the world. A recent CSIRO survey revealed that more than one in every three homes will be attacked by termites resulting in an estimated damage bill of more than $100 million every year.


How would you like peace of mind of knowing that if termites invaded your home and caused structural damage, you wouldn't have to pay the repair bill. Well now this peace of mind can be yours. The TimberSecure Insurance Policy is underwritten by specialist termite insurer, Pacific International Insurance Limited. It gives you security and peace of mind knowing your policy is backed by a company that understands the devastation these pests can cause.



What is it?

TimberSecure is a five year termite insurance policy designed to give you complete peace of mind following the installation of an approved termite management system. If termites enter your home and cause timber damage during the insurance period, your TimberSecure insurance policy will cover all structural and decorative timber repairs or replacement, up to the value of $100,000.

And you don't have to pay an excess!

Also, if you sell your home the insurance policy is fully transferable to the new owner (an administration fee is applicable to the new owner).


How to Get It?

To get started, you need to arrange for a Rapid Solutions approved pest manager to install a complete termite managment system. Within four weeks of the installation, you contact us and complete an application and forward payment for the policy. Following payment, all you need to do is have regular inspections of the protected structure as per the pest controllers recommendations. If during the next five years termites enter your home, there's no need to panic because you will be covered for the repairs.