Ensure Your Home Is Safe From Termite Activity

Termites are small but mighty. In many cases, termites are hard to spot until they’ve already done severe damage to your home, that’s why a termite inspection is so beneficial.

Your inspection will include a thorough examination of the interior and exterior of your home, including the foundation, walls, garage, and other areas where termites may be present.

During the inspection, our termite hunters will look for visible signs of termite activity, such as mud tubes, wood damage, shed wings or termite swarmers. They will use tools like flashlights and probes to seek out and find any hidden termite activity.

A termite inspection is an important step in protecting your home from termites and the damage they can cause.

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5 Benefits of Termite Inspection

Early Detection

A termite inspection can detect the presence of termites early on, before they cause significant damage to your property. This allows you to take action before the problem gets out of hand.


A termite inspection can help identify conditions that are conducive to termite infestation, such as moisture or wood-to-soil contact. By addressing these conditions, you can help prevent future termite infestations.

Protection of property value

Termites can cause significant damage to a property, which can negatively impact its value. By identifying and treating a termite infestation early, you can help protect your property value.

Peace of mind

Knowing that your property has been inspected for termites and is free of an infestation can give you peace of mind and eliminate the stress and worry that can come with a termite problem.

Save on repairs

By preventing or identifying & treating a termite problem early, you can potentially save money on costly repairs that would accrue due to an ongoing infestation.