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Lawlor Pest Control

157 Marion Rd
Richmond SA 5033
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As Adelaide's longest established pest control experts, Celebrating over 70 years in Pest Control, we are the most trusted and best known white ant/termite people in Adelaide.

Lawlor Pest Control has the knowledge, experience and expertise to ensure your home is safe from white ant/termite infestation.

At Lawlor's we refuse to cut corners and use gimmicks - we believe our standard of excellence is second to none.

Our treatments have been Proven Safe and Effective - why put your Home and Family's Safety in anyone else's hands?


Operating from modern efficient premises at Marion Road, Richmond, and with Technicians in all suburbs. The Company provides the latest in equipment, materials, and treatment to protect your home and your family.

The old-fashioned values passed down by our founder, Leslie William Lawlor, are still at the heart of our business. Our satisfied customers' testimonials are testament to our commitment to these values.

You Can Trust Lawlors, we will be there to put "it right" in the future.

Leslie was born in 1901 and passed away in 1994 at the age of 93 and was still active in the business at that time.

Termite Services

Survey and Quotation

If you have discovered or are concerned at the possibility of white ant/termite infestation, we offer a free of charge, by appointment, survey and quotation service.

The survey of your property is of sufficient detail to be able to make treatment recommendations and calculate accurate treatment costs.

Thermal Imaging Cameras

Lawlor Pest Control have always been at the forefront in detection technology. In 1952 Les Lawlor invented the first wireless device to locate active termites through the faint sounds they make when moving. Although now superseded this wireless detector is still in working order and remains in our archives.

Moisture Meters have also been in use for some years. Active termites keep their workings damp, and these sensitive meters detect their presence by locating the moist areas.