Make sure your new home isn’t theirs
When buying a new home, it’s important to have a high-quality Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) inspection. This is your biggest investment, after all. Tried and True Termite and Pest Solutions is qualified to perform these inspections in the state of Alabama and to issue the official Alabama Wood Infestation Inspection Report for all real estate transactions in the state.
Inspected from top to bottom
Every inspection includes a comprehensive warranty against new termite damage. Photos of any previous termite infestations or damage noted during the inspection are appended to the report. We hand-deliver all clearance letters to the closing attorney.
Does my homeowner’s insurance cover termite damage?
Your insurance most commonly will not cover termite damage and control.
How long will it take to get my termite letter?
A termite letter is available immediately after an inspection.
What is the difference between a termite letter and termite bond?
A termite letter is an inspection for five different types of wood-eating organisms. A termite bond includes a prevention method against termite infestation.
Why do I need a termite inspection?
We are here to ensure you save an immense amount on possible damage and repairs.