Bigfoot Pest Control does Veterans Association Termite Inspections and Wood Destroying Inspection Reports. VA and WDI reports are often requirements for some loans. Don’t have your loan approval delayed. Call us, we are fast!
Home Health Check
Before purchasing a home and anytime you believe you’ve spotted termite damage, it’s important to hire a professional to handle your termite inspection. Without a thorough inspection, you could purchase an infested house or have the structure of your home destroyed. There is always more damage than you can see on a simple walk-through. A professional inspection will help you protect your investments.
Termites are one of the most common issues homeowners deal with and they can cause quite a bit of damage in a hurry. These are common wood destroying insects and they cause over $1 billion in damage every year. Once they get into your home, they will seek and destroy all their sources of food including lumber, sheetrock, wallpaper, flooring, wood panels and any other elements of your home made of wood.
How a Termite Inspection Works
When you call Bigfoot Pest Control for a termite inspection, we provide the best technologies and the most knowledgeable specialists to handle the job. We understand what to look for and where to look whenever inspecting a property.
Our goal is to provide you with fast, reliable and accurate service.
Whether you, your realtor or the mortgage company requests the inspection, we respond as quickly as possible and handle the rest of the process. The actual inspection includes our search for evidence of termites and normally consists of the following:
- Shelter tubes
- Live insects
The Outdoor Inspection
Typically, we start by inspecting the yard, crawl spaces, under the house, garage and any other outdoor structures. We will move leaves and debris around and look for small mounds of sawdust, dead wings or any other evidence of termites. If any mud tubes are spotted, it can mean termites are traveling both underground and above ground.
The Indoor Inspection
Once we’ve completed the outdoor termite inspection, we move into the house to inspect the attic, basement and other areas of the home. We use a flashlight to look in dark corners, between studs and around beams. Our termite inspection includes every room and all areas of the house. When we inspect the inside of the home, we are looking for pinholes in drywall, wood, wallpaper and other indications of termites.
After completing the inspection, we document all our findings and prepare a report for the homeowner, Mortgage Company, realtor or whoever requested the inspection. If you’re planning to purchase a home or you think your house is infested with termites, call us today. We do VA and WDI reports. We have your Veterans Association and Wood Destroying Insects inspections covered!