Termite Protection

Termites can cause up to 2 billion dollars in damage each and every year in the Unites States. Experts estimate that more than 600,000 homes in America will be attacked by devastating pest this year.  They can cause so much damage because an average colony is made up of 300,000 insects and the queen can lay up to 10,000 eggs in a year.

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What to Expect from our termite inspection.
Our termite inspector will review all accessible locations for signs of termite infestation and damage – both past and present. In addition to identifying activity, your inspector also should indicate areas in or around the home that can be conducive to termite activity. Structural and moisture problems can include fire wood stacked next to the home, pooling water around the foundation, wood mulch close to the foundation, and wooden deck supports that touch the soil.

What Does a Termite Inspector Check?

A termite inspector looks for visible signs of termites, including wood damgage, mud tubes, discarded wings, termite exit holes. Your inspector also will look for moisture issues and wood-to-ground contact that can be conducive to termite activity.

What Areas Do Termite Inspectors Inspect?

Termite inspectors focus on common termite entry points and hot spots for activity based on each termite species’ unique behavior. For example, when looking for subterranean and, the inspector will target the inside and outside perimeter of a home, including the lowest level of the house, foundation, basements and crawl space.

If your termite inspector suspects activity in an area that is not immediately accessible, he or she will note the conditions in that area and explain potential methods to provide a more comprehensive inspection with special equipment.

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