Why You Shouldn’t Skip The Termite Inspection For Your Florida Home
Did you know that Florida is one of the top nine states in the country that are most at risk for termites? A termite inspection may or may not be required for your home, depending on how you are purchasing it and securing your financing. Whether you are buying a home or selling one, Evolve Property Inspections can help you with all of the different inspection services we provide. Let’s discuss why it may be wise for you to opt for a termite inspection for your Florida home.
Wood Destroying Organisms Inspection
Florida refers to termites in a larger classification of pests known as wood-destroying organisms. The four main classes are termites (including subterranean, drywood, damp wood, and higher termites), powderpost and ambrosia beetles, carpenter bees, and carpenter ants. Evolve Property Inspections uses a trusted third-party partner for termite inspections. We’ve worked with all of our partners for years and rely on their expertise in their areas of specialty.
Why You Should Schedule a Termite Inspection
Termites can be difficult to detect and will continue to cause more damage to your home the longer they go undetected. If you are planning to sell your home, then you need to take care of any potential infestations you may have, as that will almost certainly scare away buyers. Conversely, if you are planning to buy a home, then you should request a termite inspection during escrow if it hasn’t already been done. If there’s a problem, then you are in control and can decide whether the homeowner needs to fix it, you want a price adjustment, or you walk away from the deal.
Schedule Your Termite Inspection Today
You can trust the licensed and insured professionals at Evolve for all of your property inspection needs. We offer a full menu of specialty inspections, including wind mitigation, 4-point inspections, roof certifications, infrared thermal imaging, and more! Contact us at (305) 506-8969 to schedule your termite inspection or request a quote now. We are a family-owned business and serve Miami-Dade County as well as the surrounding areas including Kendall, Pinecrest, and Coral Gables.