Termite Inspector

A termite inspector is someone who is professionally trained to go into a structure and look for evidence of termite infestation and damage. Becoming a termite inspector consists of a certain amount of in-class training as well as on-the-job experience. Often, the amount of time it takes to get certification is somewhere in the area of a few weeks. If you are interested in becoming a termite inspector, you should look for a training program that is certified with the American Association of Pest Control Services and pick a program that is within your budget. There are many advantages to becoming a termite inspector not the least of which is the income potential. There are homes and buildings everywhere. At …

Termite Inspection Second Opinion

Sometimes it is a good idea to cover your tracks and have a termite inspection second opinion on your home. If you’ve called a licensed, professional termite inspector and he or she has found significant termite infestation, you may want to seek out another inspection just to be sure. If you get serious bad news from your doctor regarding your health, you will probably get a second opinion before taking on serious treatment. The same should for a termite inspection second opinion. Before you seek out a termite inspector to look at your home, you should call around and get cost estimates. After that, you can make your choice as to who you want to do the initial inspection of …

Termite Apprentice

If you are interested in becoming a termite inspector, a good way to break into the field is to find a place as a termite apprentice. There are many termite apprentice programs that are offered by accredited schools and even universities that only take a couple of days to take. These termite apprentice programs are in the form of intense classes that will teach you all sorts of information including termite biology, practical field identification of wood-destroying organisms, their damage, and the safe use of tools, chemicals, and other equipment used to rid the home of these devastating insects. Because these courses are short, they can be quite intense and require a lot of work. But when you want to …

Npma-33 Termite Inspection Form

The National Pest Management Association is the association that licensed and professional termite inspectors belong to, and they will provide to each pest control agent the NPMA-33 Termite Inspection Form that must be completed at the end of each termite inspection that they do. Completion of the form will give both the NPMA information about the inspection and it will allow the homeowner as well as the termite inspector have a record of the inspection as it was done and what was found during the inspection. The Npma-33 Termite Inspection Form can be found in a variety of places including certain pest control software that many termite inspectors use to keep track of their business. The Npma-33 Termite Inspection Form …