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Is a termite inspection really necessary?


A home is one of the biggest investments you will make, and leads to headaches if there is damage to fix.


Unfortunately, termites are experts in causing major damage to a home, especially subterranean termites since the live in the soil and work their way up into the home, compromising the foundation, resulting in costly repairs.


Drywood termites, on the other hand, can live anywhere in a home, which can be on your roof and lead to costly roof repairs. 

Protect your most valuable investment, contact us for a termite inspection!

Real Estate Agents

Representing a seller? 

Make sure to have a termite inspection done before getting any offers. Buyers now-a-days will ask for a termite report before making an offer. Be prepared to have termite treatment/repairs in your budget. You don't want any surprises that will keep escrow from closing.  

Representing a buyer? 

Always ask for a termite report in your clients next home, a big investment. Keep in mind, sellers will try to avoid a termite inspection to keep them from having to spend money in treatments or repairs. Protect your reputation by keeping your client from buying a home filled with termite and termite damage which can cost them greatly in the future.

Remember, termites live in the soil, rooftops and in between walls, practically unseen unless by a trained eye. 


Did you know new wood, like from the Home Depot for example, may come with termites already! Think about it, Home Depot wont spend money on pre-treating the wood without charging for it. 

With a termite treatment, you can confidently advertise the new home termite and damage free, and provide a certificate, a certificate we provide, to the new homeowners for assurance. 

Interested? The best time for a termite treatment is when there are open walls, when the wood is exposed to better reach all of the inaccessible areas that are usually covered up.