Damage from wood-destroying insects may go unnoticed for years, which is one of the reasons the North Carolina Department of Agriculture recommends annual evaluations of your home. Don’t take a chance with your Charlotte-area house: Let the experts at Americas Choice Inspections find out for sure. Call us at (704) 504-9798 for Charlotte or (336) 306-5498 for the Triad area to schedule a termite inspection.

Our experienced team is made up of trained, licensed, and insured professionals with backgrounds in home construction, nationally certified radon testing, radon mitigation, and pest control. We’ve inspected thousands of homes since 2009 and can identify whether wood-destroying insects have targeted your home.

Inspectors You Can Trust

North Carolina has three classes of pest control professionals: registered technicians, certified applicators, and licensees. Most termite inspectors work under another person’s pest control license because they need treatment experience to receive the top designation. All of our inspectors are experienced in this field, and our team member Bill Scott has had the opportunity to serve on the board for the North Carolina Department of Agriculture Structural Pest Division.

Schedule a Termite Inspection

Our inspectors are associated with Queen City Pest Control, qualifying them to perform wood-destroying insect inspections and issue the state-required forms in both North Carolina and South Carolina.

What We Look for During Termite Inspections

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Subterranean termites are the type of insects that usually invade Winston Salem and the Triad area, Mooresville, and other areas of North Carolina. NC State University Cooperative Extension outlines the telltale signs to look for:

  • Swarming — Mature colonies produce swarmers (winged adults). Swarmers found inside a house often means there is an infestation somewhere in the residence.
  • Mud Tubes — The mound dwellers may travel through mud tubes that can be found on walls, floor joists, and floor systems.
  • Feeding — Look for wood that sounds hollow when you tap on it with the handle of a screwdriver; wood that is soft and falls apart easily when poked with a tool also signals a problem.

If the Pest Inspection Finds a Problem

If our termite inspectors discover evidence of an infestation, take the time to research and find a reputable, licensed extermination company. We can refer you to a licensed pest control company that can treat your home and put it under a warranty.

Comprehensive Property Assessments

Americas Choice Inspections is your choice for termite inspection and much more — mold, radon, and other specialty inspections. Look to us for commercial property assessments and whole-house evaluations in the Charlotte, NC, area. Be sure to check out our reviews and other helpful resources, and then contact us at (704) 504-9798 for Charlotte or (336) 306-5498 for the Triad area to set up a pest inspection appointment.