Free Termite Inspection For Escrow

Commercial & Residential Inspections In Orange County

We provide a free termite inspection for escrow for all property types in Newport Beach and the surrounding Orange County area. Each free termite inspection includes a full written WDO report which is suitable for any real estate transaction such as escrow and refinance.

Termites are one of the most destructive creatures in the world. They can destroy your home, and it’s an expensive process to get them out. So, when you find that you have termites, you need to take care of them as soon as possible!

Many homeowners are surprised to find out that their home has termites because the pests are not visible to the naked eye. This is why it’s essential to have a professional inspection done by someone who knows what they’re looking for. Here, we will discuss how you can tell if your home has termites and all of the steps involved in performing a free termite inspection. Picking the right professional is the first step in doing a termite inspection. You can ask your friends and family for referrals or search online to see which companies are near you. Termite inspections should be done at least once per year, so it’s important that whoever does your inspection will do one soon (if there aren’t any signs of infestation).


Professional Termite Inspectors 


A termite inspection is an inspection in which the professionals in the industry examine the home to identify any issues with termites. They may also be called professionals such as pest control specialists, exterminators, and inspectors. A Termite Inspection can take anywhere from 45 minutes to 3 hours for a thorough job, depending on the size of your house and how many problems you have identified with them so far.

All areas inside and outside of the property will be examined, and even things like garages and sheds can be crawling with pests without you realizing it! The inspection will include reviewing all the wood surfaces in the house and any soft or moist areas where they can be found. Some people have even found termites behind their wallpaper, under kitchen cabinetry, and more! A pest control company will also check for moisture leaks through windows, doors, and roofs.

The expert will then give you a report with pictures of all the problem areas along with recommendations on how to solve them, including what products are best to use against each type of bug infestation that may exist. Then once your report is complete, it’s up to you whether you choose to hire them or not! Just remember, though: finding out about an issue before it becomes a significant problem means getting rid of these pests before severe damage occurs, which could end up costing thousands!


Preparing For An Inspection


When we come out to do our termite inspection, you must ensure your pets are not running around the yard. We need a safe working environment for them and us! We will also want some access into every room of the home as well as all hallways. If anything in those areas might be damaged, please move it away from where we may see or step on it during inspections. This includes wood floors – which can easily scratch if stepped on by an inspector wearing heavy work boots! If there is a significant concern with any particular house area, let us know, so we avoid potential damage while doing our job.



Choosing The Best Termite Company

Once you have found someone who has availability and looks trustworthy, take them up on their offer to come out and inspect your home! They may charge a fee if they find evidence of termites, but this cost is often included with homeowner insurance policies. If not, make sure that whatever company you choose offers competitive rates for homeowners without coverage! It’s also essential that they provide you with a report on their findings.

The inspector should be able to tell you if they found any evidence of termites in your home and provide recommendations for the next steps, which may include treatment plans or hiring another company to come out again at a later date. If the inspection turns up with no signs of infestation, make sure that whoever does it provides proof!

This can be done by taking pictures of every area inspected 24 hours after completion, including all visible holes where pests could enter your home. This is essential because some companies will charge an additional fee without thoroughly checking everything inside or outside your home for potential entry points into the structure itself.

Some inspectors might also try to sell more services than are necessary, but this doesn’t mean that all inspections are the same. It is essential to do your research and ask around for recommendations, even if you think you found a good one, by doing some quick online searches.


Learn About Free Termite Inspections


A homeowner often initiates the process of the inspection. Once the homeowner decides to get the home inspected for termites, there are several ways of locating pest control companies that offer free inspection services. Some of the most popular methods are to use online search engines or call around to local businesses in your neighborhood. Homeowners can find out if their property is infested with termites by noticing wood-eating insects like carpenter ants, beetles, and crickets on their property. Termites chew through the wood on structural beams, joists, windowsills, doors, or floors. The process of a professional inspection is that an inspector will visit the property to be inspected. This is called an exterior inspection.

The exterior includes the ground around the building, window trim, doors, and window sills. The inspector will also be looking for cracks in the foundation, decking, brickwork, and sidewalks. Once this is completed, the inspector will enter and inspect all of the rooms inside to look for any signs of termite damage.

Towards the end of an inspection, a professional pest control company will also do what’s called a “termite bait” test on your property. This is basically where they place small squares in areas hidden from view around your house or building structure using sticky substances that attract ants and other insects like termites. They come back about three days later (sometimes less) to see if there are an ant or insect trails towards these little squares placed throughout your home; this could be considered one final confirmation that you have termites infesting within your walls at home. Termite inspections may only cost homeowners money, but they can save them much more when it ensures that their home is free of termites.


Call Newport Beach Termite Control & Fumigation Today

In conclusion, termites can be dangerous pests for your home, business, or industrial complex. It is essential to keep an eye out for their nests and signs of infestation throughout the year. If you find that they are present in your home, then contact a professional immediately! A free inspection will let you know if anything serious is happening with your property, so it’s always best to act early rather than later when repairs might be more costly.

The cost of repairing damages caused by termite damage runs into thousands (or tens of thousands) depending on how much wood has been eaten up and structural problems that may need to be addressed during repair work. So getting a free inspection is worth it before spending any money unnecessarily; plus, they usually do not take long to complete.

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Newport Beach Termite Control & Fumigation
224 Marine Ave
Newport Beach
CA 92662