We Are Here To Help
The process of buying, selling, or refinancing a property is not as easy as most people think. Basically, you are required to do some paperwork, cleaning, repairs, and meet strict deadlines.
Fortunately, we are here to help. At Southwood Pest Control, we offer reliable, timely, and escrow-specific termite inspection services to help you in selling your property or acquiring a new one. Within 24-48 hrs, we will ensure the structure is fully inspected so you can close the deal.
So, Why Do You Need An Escrow Inspection?
Before buying a property, most prospective homeowners carry a full inspection to look for any damage or pest infestation. In case any damage or pest infestation is noted, the buyer is likely to negotiate for a lower price than the market value, or ask the seller to repair the property before closing the deal.
Lenders also require a termite clearance report before financing a project. This helps to assure them that the investment they are about to commit to is sound. Therefore, a termite inspection is a fundamental aspect of any real estate transaction.
Termite Home Inspections
At Southwood Pest Control, we provide a reliable and efficient inspection to determine whether there are termites in your property. Our inspection includes FHA/VA certified clearances, which are always completed with a detailed inspection report.
We run a flexible schedule, and we can easily adjust to offer rush inspection services, within your timelines. You don’t have to worry if you have limited time to carry out the inspection. In case we discover a termite infestation, we will undertake an eradication program to eliminate all termites within days. This will help you secure the deal.
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Are you struggling to control termites in your building? Then look no further than Southwood Pest Control. Our staff will help you restore your property in just a few days!
Our Termite Elimination Program includes eradication of:
- Dry wood termites: As the name suggests, dry wood termites live in woods that have low moisture (they rarely get in contact with the soil). Moreover, they prefer to stay in wood furniture, floors, structural timbers, and any other piece of wood in your residence or business premise.
- Subterranean termites: They live underground. And since they are relatively hard to detect, they are considered highly destructive. Most times, you will only get to notice them after a building has been heavily destroyed.