A termite inspection is a visual inspection for evidence of wood-destroying insects or organisms of the readily accessible areas of a home. The inspector will visually inspect the entire interior of a home including entering any sub-space, crawlspaces, attics and the exterior of the property.
A termite inspection report will include any evidence of the following during the inspection:
The inspector must report the common name of the wood destroying organism identified and the location of the evidence. If any of these areas are not accessible for inspection, these areas and the reason they are inaccessible must be reported. A professional termite inspection by a certified home inspector will give you a clearer idea of the extent of the problem, if any, you are facing.
How long does an termite inspection take?
The average termite inspection takes between 30 to 45 minutes for a thorough inspection, depending on the size of the residence. Other conditions of the home and property including attic clutter, storage of personal items, etc., can also extend inspection time.
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Did you know?
Many home inspectors have a home inspection license without any formal education? It's true! When licensing in the state of Florida became mandatory as of July 1, 2012 anyone who was conducting business as a home inspector was "Grandfathered" into the system as a licensed home inspector.
The inspectors at Florida Inspection Services have qualifications that go way beyond the minimum Florida State requirements
Below is a list of actual reports for both residential and commercial inspections performed by Florida Inspection Services' team of inspectors. If you would like to learn more about our services please contact us at 561-953-1212 today!
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