Did you know that the damage termites inflict on homes is worse than the combined destruction from natural disasters such as floods, hurricanes, and tornadoes? Annually, termites cause billions of dollars in damage to homes; homeowners are typically unaware of the damage for months, if not years. Conventional homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover termite damage or treatment costs.
Why Get a Termite Inspection?
By simply getting a termite inspection, you could prevent considerable damage to your home. Hulett offers a FREE termite inspection. Homeowners have nothing to lose and everything to gain. Not a homeowner yet? Consider a termite inspection before you purchase a home; an inspector checks out a home or real estate purchase before you sign on the dotted line. The inspector provides a termite inspection report that outlines any current or potential areas of termite damage. The termite inspection report can be helpful during home price negotiations but does involve a fee when conducted in conjunction with real estate transactions. The sooner an inspector can detect termite damage, the more money potential buyers will save.
What to Expect During Your Termite Inspection?
The termite inspector should be confident, professional, and able to answer all of your questions and concerns with a thorough knowledge of the types of termites in your area. Qualified inspectors will outline termite prevention measures, as well as termite eradication. In the event they find evidence of current termite activity, your inspector will explain your treatment options, presenting clear and thorough options.