San Diego Termite Inspections
Termites are especially prevalent in San Diego and Southern California. It’s just one of those inconvenient facts of life that if you own a home, you will probably experience a termite infestation at some point.
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Free San Diego Termite Inspections
Termites cost property owners $5 billion in treatment and repair annually. Termite fumigation is a form of eradication using the often seen tenting process. If you are looking to prevent termites from entering your house, talk to your inspector about the maintenance programs we have to offer.
The Termite Inspection Report
After the inspection is finished, the termite inspector will complete a report with photos documenting findings (which is important for the escrow process and for your records should you ever want to sell your home). The inspection photo report will then be emailed to you.
The inspector will note any evidence of a live colony and how much damage the colony has created. If possible, the inspector will show you the damage if the area is in an accessible space. The inspector will also offer a recommended treatment plan.
The Best-Rate Difference
Our inspectors show up on time, perform a thorough inspection, and make sure to completely review the termite report with you.
If we find evidence of an infestation, we will recommend the most appropriate treatment for your particular situation (rather than the most expensive).
By the end of the inspection process, we want you to fully understand the findings of the termite report and your treatment options. We are proud to serve San Diego and San Diego County.
What Happens During an Inspection?
Termite Inspection Process
The inspector will carefully review your home, including favorite termite hangouts, like:
- The attic
- The garage
The inspector is highly trained to spot evidence of termites, including damaged wood, dropping, and shed wings. The inspector can determine if an infestation is active or has previously been treated and estimate the size of any active colonies.