Find a termite inspector in New York, NY

Find termite inspectors in New York, NY

Find termite inspectors in New York, NY

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Find termite inspectors in New York, NY

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Top 10 termite inspections in New York, NY

Homeowners agree: these New York termite inspectors are highly rated for knowledge, experience, communication, and more.
Reclaim Pest Control Inc

Reclaim Pest Control Inc

5+ years in business
Serves New York, NY
Jennifer J. says, "Tochukwu is incredibly thorough and an exceptional service professional! He inspected every corners of my house proofed every opening, my rodent problem solved. I would highly recommend him to anyone in need of pest control services. I am so grateful for the positive experience that I had with Reclaim Pest control." Read more
Tri-State Pest Control

Tri-State Pest Control

1 hire on HomeGuide
21+ years in business
Serves New York, NY
Daniel C. says, "Excellent fast service! They came within an hour of my call. Very nice team. Professional. Will use again." Read more
M&K  Pest Control Llc

M&K Pest Control Llc

39+ years in business
Serves New York, NY
Jorge G. says, "Exceptional 5***** " Read more
On The Spot Pest Control

On The Spot Pest Control

New on HomeGuide
2 hires on HomeGuide
Serves New York, NY
On the Spot Pest Control is much more than your average insect control company. Our certified exterminators offer monthly, quarterly and one-time pest control services throughout every season. Say goodbye to creepy crawlers in your home. Call On the Spot Pest Control today to discuss your insect control needs with an exterminator.

Your Termite Inspection questions, answered

Answers to commonly asked questions from the experts on HomeGuide.

How much does a termite inspection cost near me?

A termite inspection costs $75 to $150 on average. When combined with a whole home inspection, services to check for termites are only $50 to $100 extra. If termites are found, then annual or ongoing termite inspections and treatments cost $500 to $2,000 for a termite bond.

A termite treatment costs $330 to $820 on average for a basic exterior treatment.

Is a termite inspection worth it?

A termite inspection is worth it for:

  • Identifying the cause of wood damages in your home
  • Getting an official termite clearance letter to finalize a real-estate transaction
  • Proving that a home qualifies for a loan when refinancing
  • Filing a claim for damages with the landlord

What should I expect during a termite inspection?

During a termite inspection, you should expect the specialist to:

  • Give you a detailed report of all termite presence and damage
  • Suggest a treatment plan for any infestations
  • Explain and list all the causes of the termite problem
  • Find leaks that need to be sealed off to stop termites from spreading
  • Offer you an annual service plan

How long does a termite inspection take?

A termite inspection takes 30 to 45 minutes on average or up to 2 hours for large homes or properties. The total time depends on the property size, site conditions, and accessibility.

What are the signs you need a termite inspection?

Signs that you need a termite inspection include:

  • Tiny wings that collect in small piles around damaged wood
  • Many small holes in wood
  • Drywall pinholes
  • Small piles of sawdust-like debris
  • Hollow-sounding spots in walls or wooden furniture

How often do I need to get a termite inspection?

You need to get a termite inspection every 1 to 2 years on average, or you can wait up to 5 years if you live in a very cold and dry climate where termites are rare. However, if you've had termites before, then get a termite inspection every 1 to 3 months for up to 1 year after the treatment.

How should I prepare for a termite inspection?

You should prepare for termite inspection by:

  • Trimming back bushes that block the inspector’s view of the exterior walls.
  • Moving everything inside the house at least 2' away from the walls.
  • Take out all objects near the pipes under the sinks.
  • Clear the entrances to the attic, basement, or crawlspace.
  • Give a key or access codes to the inspector if you won't be home for the inspection.
  • Tell the inspector how many buildings they need to inspect on the property before they arrive, including any detached storage spaces.
  • Describe all evidence you've seen of possible termite damage.

Who do I hire for a termite inspection?

Call an exterminator or termite specialist to get a thorough termite inspection. Before hiring:

  • Compare at least 3 in-person estimates.
  • Read their reviews on HomeGuide and Google.
  • Choose licensed and insured businesses with at least 5 years of experience.
  • Get copies of an itemized bid and contract before the inspection begins.
  • Avoid choosing the lowest quote that typically indicates low-quality standards.
  • Never give the final payment until after they complete the inspection and give you the report.

What questions should I ask a termite inspector?

  • How long have you been inspecting homes for termites?
  • Can I see your list of references?
  • What can I do to stop termites from spreading?
  • How should I prepare my home for the termite inspection?
  • Which treatment methods do you recommend and why?
  • Will I need additional home repairs to prevent termites from coming back?
  • Have the termites spread into my walls?
  • What other costs should I expect beyond the inspection fee?
  • How long will your assessment take?

Reviews for New York termite inspections

Recent success stories from people in the New York area.
Emily D.
Excellent fast service. Guy on the phone and the technician was very calm and professional. Will use them for my summer mosquitos in the yard.
Tri-State Pest Control
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