Your home is one of the most valuable assets you will ever have.
It is for this reason that savvy homeowners have that asset regularly inspected by a Professional Pest Control Company.
Inspection is performed in order to detect evidence of termites, so that possible further/future destruction of the structure’s
integrity can be avoided.
What can I expect when I retain a pest control company to inspect my home? Well, for one thing, both interior and
exterior access to the structure is critical. The amount of accessible areas of the home is also directly related to the level
of the inspection. For instance, if you have a basement cluttered and filled with stored items, the pest technician cannot get to
the critical areas for inspection, such as the sill plate areas, and as a result the inspection will not be considered complete.
The more access provided, the better the results of the inspection and the more opportunity to find a termite infestation in the early stages.
What is an inspection for a Certification? A Certification is a legal document utilized for the transfer of real estate. There is a charge for the
inspection and issuance of this type documentation. Please see our section titled:
Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report.
What is a Winterization Inspection? This is a new service being offered by F & F . It entails our inspecting your home for possible
conditions conducive to a variety of pests, and our recommendations for the correction of same in order to
prevent future problems, or reoccurrences of past problems. As an added bonus, some of our recommendations will include energy saving