Asset includes inspection of wood destroying insects (WDIs), including termites, on a preliminary basis, of accessible, visual areas. If found, the extent of damage is investigated. The termite presence and identified impacts are documented for further evaluation by a qualified termite specialist. Bait monitoring stations are sometimes present around a home for managing or for preventative measures. When encountered, Asset requests associated information from the homeowner or listing agent to understand the reason for the monitoring network and to recommend an appropriate course of action.
Depending on the financing institution and program (VA, HUD, and FHA loans), a WDI inspection form (HUD) from National Pest Management Association (NPMA) Form-33 is typically required. Asset completes and provides the form, if needed. Call today to learn more about the termite inspection services we have to offer.
We recommend that all our clients take termite prevention seriously. This is because termites are likely to: