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Inspecting termite damage

At The Termite Inspector Company, we believe inspecting a property requires more than a clipboard and simple checklist. Our inspectors and service professionals are committed to providing value in all real estate transactions — whether we are inspecting a 100-year-old cottage or a multi-family apartment building. We will email or fax our reports within 24 hours – and in most cases the very same day.   We understand that adding real value means being there for the long haul and standing behind our work.

Localized Treatment
In certain cases a Drywood Termite infestation can be eliminated by treating the affected area with a localized termiticide treatment.  The most common method of localized treatment is to drill small holes into the termite galleries/tunnels and inject a termiticide. It is important to note that this method could be used when the area of infestation is completely visible and accessible. Our inspector will recommend the best solution for you.

Structural Wood Repairs

An example of rather severe structural termite damage.

A big part of dealing with a termite infestation is repairing the damage that has been done.  We have a tremendous amount of experience in construction and repairing damage caused by termites and wood destroying the fungus.  Our professionals are highly skilled carpenters and will get the job done right the first time.  And, in many cases, it will cost you less than hiring a general contractor to do the same work.

A wood-penetrating gas fumigation is a sure way to kill the termites within the structure.  This safe, thorough procedure has been performed effectively for decades on homes, schools, museums and other buildings.  Whether you have termites or other wood-destroying insects, we will release the required amount of fumigant into your home.  This fumigant penetrates the wood and destroys the existing infestation.  Once the fumigation is completed, you’ll re-enter your home knowing that the battle against wood-destroying insects is finally over.