WHAT TO EXPECT FROM TERMITE INSPECTIONS
Termites are pests that can be extremely dangerous varying from their number once they infest a place or an area. These things have the ability to create destructive effects because of their ability to defunct skeletons and base structures of buildings and etc. Some of these effects, especially when the infestation is severe, the value of your homes might also be affected because of the done damages. And what we would tell you is that the sooner you find any infestation in your home, the better for you since treating these kind of infestations are much easier during the early stages.
Now, before you get your home treated and inspected by pest control professionals, it is important that you know enough about the company and what these professionals are expected to do once they have entered your home. Who’s comfortable in letting in strangers to their houses, right? It is vital that you are properly informed and ready when pest control professionals come to your house. And in order to get you ready, we’ve listed some of the things that you should expect to see during a pest infestation inspection to your house.
First thing’s first is, of course, you have to prepare. Now, what should you prepare for?
Prepare your garage. It will be a big help to the inspectors if you’ll be able to clean out your garage trash before they go in for the inspection. When you do this, you are getting rid of unnecessary used spaces which makes it even easier and more possible for the inspector to look at complicated spots and room joints.
Crawlspaces. If your house is built slightly rising above the floor or soil, then the termite inspectors are sure to check on those spaces as well. You should clear out any clutter or trash in this area if you can. The less stuff there is on the inspectors path, the better!
Check access in your attic. If you do have an attic in which some cases some houses don’t. But if you do have one, then the inspector are most likely to check this area of your house. So make sure that there are no hindrances and clutter that could distract the inspector from checking the intricate spaces in your attic area. If you have a closet by the attic entrance then we advise that you remove all pieces of clothing so that the inspector won’t be the one to do this work.
Sink areas. Now, inspectors are sure to be checking your sinks. So you must clean this area. And well, not really clean but to clear it. Just enough space so that the inspector won’t have a hard time seeing the spaces and areas that needs to be worked on.
Last but not the least, prepare to be served the best way! Here are Go-Forth Pest Control, we value the importance of having our customers understand the issue they are facing and how we are going to deal with them. Our team of professional experts have the most up to date methods and systems when examining for pest control and ultimately of course, aiding it.