Need a Termite Inspection? Questions to Ask Your Inspector.

Jan 22, 2015

Termite Inspection Questions

termite inspectionIf you’ve seen signs of termites or termite damage in your home, without a doubt, you need a termite inspection. Leaving termites to their own devices can leave your home in structural disarray.

So in the event that you need a termite inspection, here are some questions to ask your inspector to make the process go easier.

Should I choose a local company for help with my termite problem?

Most certainly. Local termite companies will provide you with the same level of treatment that a national chain would. The difference being, however, is that a locally owned and operated termite inspector is from the same area as you, so they know the ins and outs of working in the types of homes in your neighborhood.

How long will an inspection take?

A quality inspection in your home shouldn’t take up much of your time. But a good inspection, one that looks deep into your structure, can take a couple of hours, which can mean a world of difference in finding and stopping the termites in your home. So in this instance, shorter isn’t always better.

Will there be a warranty included with your work?

Yes. A high quality termite inspection service should offer a comprehensive warranty and monitoring service for the life of the structure. A protection plan for your home stops future invasions and keeps your structure safe for years to come.

Is the inspection free?

Some termite companies will charge for an inspection, but we believe that to give you the best service possible, all termite inspections should be free. Because of the amount of damage termites costs homeowners each year, we want nothing more than to help you with your problem, not cause you more.

If you suspect that you have a termite problem in your home, please don’t hesitate to contact us to schedule a free inspection. We are your complete termite ahttps://timesuptermite.comnd construction solution!

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