Termite letters, also known as wood inspection reports, are included in most real estate transactions in Georgia. They are required for any purchase involving FHA and VA loans. These letters are proof that a licensed pest control inspector has examined the home for wood-destroying insects.
The wood-destroying organisms covered in termite letters include:
- Powder post beetles
- Wood decay fungus
- Wood boring beetles
Don’t be caught by surprise. Call Grand Slam Pest Control in Covington, Loganville & Monroe, GA today to schedule your termite letter inspection.
WHAT IF MY TERMITE LETTER SHOWS AN INSECT PROBLEM?
In Covington, Loganville & Monroe, GA, termites are a given. It’s not unusual for the first termite letter to come back with evidence of pests. Your termite letter can tell you:
- If the inspection revealed wood-destroying insects
- Which wood-destroying insects were found on your property
- Conditions which are conducive to wood-destroying insects
- What is the recommended course of treatment
Once you have this information, you can start the recommended termite treatment to move forward with the sale of your home. When treatment is complete, you can obtain a new termite letter showing that the home is free from wood-destroying pests.
Call Grand Slam Pest Control today to schedule your termite letter inspection.