A Termite Inspection Could Save You Thousands of Dollars.
Their untimely discovery can derail a home sale, leave a new homebuyer in deep regret or present a long-time, homeowner with unanticipated treatment costs and repair bills. Termite inspections are not required in California, nor are they customary in all regions. However, forward-looking buyers and sellers should order a termite inspection to ensure that problems won’t be discovered when it’s too late.
The results of a termite inspection are detailed on a legal form, prepared by the termite inspector. The form is called a wood destroying organism report (WDO) and reveals whether or not the inspector found any evidence of active termites or other wood destroying organisms, in or on the structure. It will also detail any evidence of conditions conducive to infestation (dry rot, damp wood, wood to ground contact, etc.), even questionable evidence, that might need deeper more invasive methods of investigation. Recommendations for treatment and remediation of damage is also presented in this report.
Inspections for termites are said to be necessary about every 2 to 3 years, in Southern California. Calling Corky’s for your inspection will bring a professional termite inspector to your door, not a salesman.
By employing only state licensed, professional termite inspectors and treatment applicators, Corky’s ensures that our customers’ termite inspections are accurate, and treatments are effective.
Year-round termite protection starts with an inspection, but it doesn’t stop there. Corky’s Termite Protection Plan offers an annual service program designed to catch termites in the act, before, they can cause costly damage. It also includes Corky’s famous Ultimate Pest Control Service. So, we are not only preventing termite infestations but also getting rid of Ants and Spiders, and controlling ticks, whitefly, aphids and mosquitoes on your property too!