It is a common practice for a new home buyer to schedule a home
inspection before finalizing the sale. This inspection is
critical in protecting the buyer and provides a comprehensive
analysis of the mechanical and structural integrity of the home.
However, a traditional home inspection is not complete and your
buyer should also have the home inspected for termites and other
wood destroying organisms. A termite home inspection will
ensure there isn't a potential problem that could turn into a
Termite home inspectors are licensed by the state and
specifically trained to identify potential termite problems and
existing termite damage that a general home inspector is likely not
trained or licensed to detect. Structural pest and termite
control companies like Hughes Exterminators can inspect the
property in question, and provide an official Wood Destroying
Organism Inspection Report to put your buyer's mind at
A Termite Guarantee Isn't Enough
Many homes come with some type of "Termite Guarantee" from the
seller. However, termites aren't the only wood destroying
organisms that pose a threat to the structural integrity of a home.
Powder post beetles, drywood termites and wood borers are just a
few that can also cause significant damage.
Our termite home inspection services include these and other
wood destroying organisms and can identify any existing damage and
conditions that create the potential for a future infestation.
Contact a Local Hughes Exterminators Termite
Many states require a complete termite and wood destroying
organism inspection before the property can be transferred to a new
owner. The licensed professionals at Hughes Exterminators are here
Call 877-GO-HUGHES to schedule a comprehensive home termite