Knowing you are covered
Subterranean termites are the most destructive insect pests of wood in the United States. They cause billions of dollars in damage each year and have a negative impact on a family’s home.
Considered one of the most aggressive and economically devastating termite species in the country, the Formosan subterranean termites were introduced to the United States in 1956.
Termites are social insects that form colonies. Drywood termites will live in sound dry wood that is located above the ground. These termites get the moisture that they need from the wood that they digest.
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100% money back guarantee.
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At Termite Finders we believe that unless you are 100% satisfied then we haven't done our job -
that is why we offer a 30 day no questions asked full refund.
In addition to the money back guarantee we also include a 12-month service contact at not additional cost.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: DO I NEED TO GET A TERMITE INSPECTION IF I ALREADY HAD A HOME INSPECTION?
A: A general home inspection does not cover wood destroying insects - a special inspection will reveal wood destroying insects and the damage they have caused..
Q: WHAT HAPPENS IF WE FIND TERMITES A FEW MONTHS AFTER WE CLOSE?
A: You are covered under our industry leading protection plan. Simply contact us through the website or a phone call.
Q: TERMITES AREN'T THAT BAD. ARE THEY?
A: Many people call termites the cancer of a house. They cause immediate and lasting damage. Termites cannot be ignored.
Q: i WANT TO BUY A HOUSE BUT IT HAS AN ACTIVE INFESTATION. ANY THOUGHTS?
A: Get a licensed Pest Control professional as soon as possible. We can asses the amount of damage and recommend a treatment strategy.
Did you Know?
U.S. residents spend an estimated $5 billion annually to control termites and repair termite damage. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), U.S. residents spend at least $1 billion on Formosan termite control and repairs each year.