How does a Termite Policy work?
To put a house under policy, a licensed technician will complete an assessment of your home looking for any current and pre-existing termite activity, take measurements, and present a proposal to protect your home. After a policy is in place, the home will be inspected annually and we will look for new termite activity. If new activity is found, a localized treatment will be applied at no cost to you. Any necessary repairs resulting from the new termite activity will be covered under your policy.
I’ve heard about at CL-100 letter. What is that?
A CL-100 is sometimes called a clearance letter or Wood Infestation Report (WIR). When there is a change of ownership on a property, some lenders and purchasers require a WIR from a certified professional to document any evidence of wood destroying organisms including termites, powder post beetles and fungi, as well as moisture content. This is typically part of the closing process, similar to a home inspection. Action is able to provide this service even if you do not have a current policy with us.