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Termite Inspection Checklist

Home insurance doesn’t always cover termite infestations unless you have extended coverage. However, termites are highly prevalent in the midwest and southern America. For that reason, inspections should be conducted at least every year and then again when you’re buying or selling a home. This form is also a legal document submitted to insurance companies and government loan agencies to ensure the property is free from damage or, if there was damage present, that it was repaired.

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Inspector Information
Name of Inspector
Phone Number
Date & Time
Building Information
Type of building
Address
City
State
Zip
Client's Name
Client's phone number
High-Risk Areas Present
Does the client’s property have any of the following that make it high-risk for termite exposure?
Please enter at least one of the following
General Information
Does any part of the building’s wooden structure come in contact with the soil?
Are there any potential access points where termites may enter?
Is there high moisture content in the walls?
Are there signs of termite swarming?
Are there signs of damage to wood beams or structure?
Exterior Inspection
Live insects found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Dead insects found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Visible damage found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Shelter tubes or holes found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Evidence of previous treatment
Description of location
Attach Photo
Interior Inspection
Live insects found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Dead insects found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Visible damage found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Shelter tubes or holes found
Description of location
Attach Photo
Evidence of previous treatment
Description of location
Attach Photo
Areas Inspected
Inspected areas
Recommended Action
Inspector advice
End of Inspection
Comments & Concerns
Attach Photo
Inspector’s full name and signature
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Please note that this checklist template is a hypothetical appuses-hero example and provides only standard information. The template does not aim to replace, among other things, workplace, health and safety advice, medical advice, diagnosis or treatment, or any other applicable law. You should seek your professional advice to determine whether the use of such a checklist is appropriate in your workplace or jurisdiction.
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