CT Termite & Pest Inspectors

Connecticut Pest Inspections

Pest Control Inspection CT HUD Form NPMA-33Licensed CT Termite & Inspection professionals provide you with the certified inspection report you need on the proper form:

  • FHA Mortgages
  • VA Mortgages
  • Conventional Mortgages
  • First Time Home Buyer Mortgages
  • Mortgages Re-Finances
  • Insurance Inspections

"Do I really need a pest inspection?" It's a question home buyers often ask. A lot of the time they cost additional money and can uncover costly problems. But the reality is that what little you spend on an inspection could end up saving you a lot of money in the long run. Finding and treating termites or carpenter ants quickly could be the difference between a couple-hundred bucks and rebuilding an entire house.

We conduct thorough inspections and issue certifications promptly for any type of mortgage. Our inspectors will inform you of the presence of any wood destroying insects and point you in the right direction for remediation and treatment.

We maintain an extensive clientele of loyal real estate agents, lenders, and attorneys who have consistently relied upon us for speedy and professional results. We understand time is of the essence for you when you are in the middle of a real estate transaction.


Call today to schedule your appointment 888-558-1574.

Termites will soon be Swarming

Pest Control Inspection CT – Termites will soon be Swarming. Spring warmth wakens flowers, trees, and bugs, and termites are no exception. Termites cause more damage than fires and storms, so it’s important to know the facts about them and how important a pest control inspection and sometimes termite treatment can be. Fact: Termites have been around since the time of the dinosaurs! Fact:  Termite colonies eat non-stop, 24 hours a day, seven days a week! Fact:  Termites have wings that they shed once they have found a good place to build a nest. Fact:  All Termites are social insects and raise their young as a group. Fact: Termites cause up to $2 billion in damage per year! Fact: The total weight of all of the termites in the world is more than the weight of all the humans in the world. Swarmers: A termite swarm in CT is an event in which certain environmental conditions trigger a great number of winged termites to simultaneously fly from their nest to mate and locate new nest sites and food sources. Once matched, a “royal couple” burrows into the ground where the queen begins to lay eggs. Behavior and survival: When a swarm occurs in CT, winged termite swarmers emerge in large numbers from cracks in buildings or holes in the soil through swarm tubes made by worker termites. Only a small percentage survive to form new colonies. Many are eaten by predators like birds, bats, and other insects. Or they die from natural causes and environmental conditions before they can locate a mate and nest...

Keep Unwanted Pests from Spoiling Your Holidays

Pest Control Inspection CT: Keep Unwanted Pests from Spoiling Your Holidays. The holiday season will soon be upon us! A time when most of us will be decorating, baking and spending time with family and friends to share in the holiday spirit. Here are few simple tips to help you keep unwanted pests from spoiling your CT holiday fun! Baking is a beloved holiday tradition in many Connecticut homes. Unfortunately your sweet treats can also attract pests. This time of year, be sure to clean keep an inventory of your pantry and cupboards, closely inspecting dry goods, such as flour, dry cereals, spices, candies and chocolate for pests. Decorating is also a time for family fun in CT, however we do suggest that you shake and inspect live trees, greenery and firewood before you bring them inside. The are perfect hiding spots for pests such as spiders, rodents and ants. In addition, be sure to inspect your holiday decorations that have been stored away for most of the year before you bring inside. They can provide the perfect nesting spot for rodents as well. In addition, pest-proof the rest of your CT home by sealing cracks on the outside, paying particular attention to gaps around utility or water pipes, and eliminating all moisture sites in basements, attics or near the home, such as clogged gutters. If you suspect a pest or termite infestation in your CT home, contact a licensed pest control professional to help you by performing a thorough...

Pest Control Inspection CT: Inspecting for Termite Swarms

Pest Control Inspection CT: Inspecting for Termite Swarms. Swarmers may appear within you CT home leaving their wings behind. As a homeowner, you should contact your Pest Control professional to control the swarmers and thoroughly inspect the structure to check for termite infestation. You can use the vacuum to vacuum up dead swarmers. Assessing the termite infestation: The presence swarmers(hundreds) in an untreated structure indicates a termite infestation. In some cases, though, the presence of a few swarmers, or only their wings around windows and doors, etc., may not necessarily mean that the structure is infested. It may simply indicate the presence of an outdoor colony near the structure. Preventing termites: In CT Termites live in the soil and they eat wood. Studies have shown more than 90% of termite infestations in houses can be traced to wood that is either buried in the soil or touching the soil surface. Elimination of wood/soil contact is the number one action people can take to make their CT home less likely to be infested by termites. In nature, termites feed on dead tree roots. If you have lost a tree or shrub near the house, you may want to dig the roots out, rather than letting the natural decomposition process take its course. Because termites need moisture, moisture problems near the foundation can increase the attraction of termites. Take a look around your house and make sure water drains away from the foundation. Now is a good time to clean-out gutters and downspouts and repair or replace those that leak. When in question always call a pest control inspection...