GA Termite Clearance Letters | Wood Infestation Report | Atlanta, Conyers, Covington, GA | Inspect-All Services

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Termite Letters

Georgia Termite Clearance Letters

State of Georgia Termite Clearance Letters

Termite letters are also known as the “Official Georgia Wood Infestation Inspection Report.” The termite letter is an essential part of any real estate transaction. Whether you are the buyer or the seller, it is strongly recommended to have the home inspected by licensed professionals.

We have provided the real estate industry with fast and effective service for over 30 years, specializing in termite closing letters. 

Order Termite Inspection

Order Termite Inspection

There are no obligations or hidden charges to have your home or business inspected for termite activity by Inspect-All Services. Should an infestation be found, our trained professionals will gladly assist you in determining the right plan to defend your property from termites.

Termites In Georgia

 

A professional termite treatment takes the right experience and knowledge, and that’s what you’ll get with Inspect-All Services. In Georgia, the most common termite species is the subterranean. They are social insects that live in nests or colonies in the soil, hence their name “subterranean.” These colonies contain three forms or castes: reproductives, workers and soldiers. The queen termite lays about 150 eggs per DAY.

Subterranean termites are the most wood-destructive insect pests in the United States. They cause more than $2 billion in damage each year—more than fire and windstorm combined.

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