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Termite Inspection

Termites are known as a wood eating insect.  These tiny bugs can do major damage to your home, foundation, and property.  Unfortunately, many people don’t realize it’s a problem until it is too late.  This is why getting a thorough termite inspection at least every year or so is very important.  A termite inspection is usually done by a trained professional who knows what they are looking for in terms of signs of damage or signs of the termites living in a specific area.  The inspector will check places under the house first such as the basement or crawl space, as well as the foundation of the home.  Usually a termite inspection only takes about 45 minutes or so, but this of course depends on the size of the home and the potential for damage.  If a home is cluttered by things like personal items, the inspection may take longer.

Since your home is one of the biggest and most important investments you’ll ever make, you want to be sure that it’s protected in as many ways as possible.  One way you can keep your home in tip top shape is by having a regular termite inspection so you can be sure there is no damage going on.  If ignored, termites can cause significant and very costly problems to a home’s structure, resulting in costly repairs.  By getting a termite inspection, you can ensure that your home is safe and free of these obnoxious pests.  Know what to look for in terms of signs of possible termite infestation.  Educating yourself is a big key to preventing termites from taking over.  Once you know what to look for and have a termite inspection company you trust, you should be able to have peace of mind that you can be termite free.