Congratulations on your new home! While you’re focused on countertops and closing costs, we’re focused protecting your investment from its biggest threats—moisture, humidity, pests and termites. After all, we’ve been setting the standard for home pest services for 70 years.
Termites cause roughly $5 billion in damage to homes every year. As the termite experts, Terminix protects your home like no one else can using the Sentricon® System with Always Active™ technology. This industry-leading system works around the clock, every single day to keep termites away. Plus, our termite protection is backed by the Terminix Termite Guarantee, the strongest guarantee in the business. That means we offer unlimited repairs on any new termite damage—and if the termites come back, so do we. Our expert team can even help you manage humidity in your new home through moisture control services and crawl space dehumidification.
Terminix is here to protect your new home.
Give us a call at 877.352.9415 to get started.
Selling your home? See how Terminix can help you get the most out of your biggest asset!
When buying a home, most mortgage lenders will require an inspection for wood destroying organisms. Depending on which state you’re buying in, the resulting inspection report can be called a WDIR (NC), WIIR (GA), WIR (SC) or CL-100 (SC). No matter what you call it, the termite inspection report helps protect you by ensuring you’re not inheriting a termite problem in your new home.
As a home buyer, it’s important to understand that the termite inspection report is not a guarantee that the home will remain termite free. And it does not protect you from future damage. That’s why it’s critical to get termite protection in place once the inspection is complete.
Whether you’re buying or building, getting a loan or paying cash, there are a few things that you need to know and do before you close.
What you need to know before you close:
What you need to do before you close:
And Terminix can help with all three! Give us a call today to get started.