A termite inspection report is a document produced by a licensed pest control company stating the presence or absence of termites and other wood-destroying pests in a building being inspected. Termite inspection reports ... More »

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Homes should periodically be inspected for termites in order to control and eliminate widespread damage to the home's interior structure. The signs of termite damage are difficult to detect without calling in the service... More »

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Fill-in-the-blank termite inspection forms are used by hired termite inspectors to complete inspection reports for real estate transactions. Form NPMA-33 is the Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report that is commonly u... More »

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A simple way to identify household pests is to contact a pest control or pest management company, and arrange for an in-home assessment of the pest. Contacting a local Cooperative Extension Service is helpful when identi... More »

Homeowners concerned about termites should check exposed wood for infestation regularly. The best way to accomplish this is to prod the exposed wood to check for weak spots and damage from termite tunnelling. Homeowners ... More »

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A termite bond, or service contract, is a legal agreement between a pest control company and the homeowner. Once the company has treated a house for termites and this contract takes effect, the company promises to retrea... More »

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Tips for home garden pest control include removing weak plants, cleaning up garden debris, mixing plant types, repelling pests with plants or other insects, and building healthy soil. Damp, dark conditions, weak plants a... More »

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