Our Warranty Program
Eastern Subterranean Termite Maintenance Inspection and Treatment Plan
A termite protection and maintenance warranty typically covers annual inspections, service calls for suspected termite problems and spot treatments if termite infestations are found to be active in or on the covered structure. The purpose of the inspection program is to provide the homeowner with not only a thorough annual inspection but also to provide valuable information that will help the homeowner take certain steps to prevent unnecessary termite problems. This can only be accomplished by a trained Pest Management Technician which is exactly what we offer at A-1 Inc Exterminators.
Our company has created its own unique Certified 30-Point Inspection process for our warranty homes to provide a uniform inspection procedure regardless of which one of our technicians visits your home.
Our Eastern Subterranean Termite Maintenance Inspection and Treatment Plan include the following:
One complete annual inspection performed by a State Certified Wood Destroying Organism Inspector/Technician
Other inspections or service calls throughout the year as the homeowner may find insects or conditions that they suspect could be a termite problem
Infested area termite treatments to any part of the covered structure where active termite infestations exist
Professional advice about how to help keep your home free of termite problems
Crawl space inspections include wood moisture content checks and inspections for other wood-destroying insects
The annual offer of renewal at the homeowner’s option if all terms and conditions of the plan are met
Regular annual inspections, a concerted effort by the homeowner, and the Pest Management Technician are the only ways to protect your home from serious termite problems.
It should be understood that all homes will need a full, post-construction treatment approximately every 8-15 years to maintain solid termite protection that began with the termite pretreatment done at the time of construction.
Termite Protection and Maintenance Plans are not intended to replace this necessary post-construction treatment but rather are meant to complement it by tending to problems that may arise between treatments and to advise the homeowner of conditions conducive to infestation so they can be corrected.