Termite inspections are offered for free by Milberger Pest Control for real estate in the Kansas City area. The housing market is booming (some would even say out of control) and it is common for listings to be sold overnight. Whether you are selling or buying, a free inspection from our experienced techs could save you a bundle.
Even if you don’t see any evidence of damage, unfortunately, that does not always mean they aren’t there. The National Pest Management Association (NPMA) estimates that these pests cause $5 billion in property damage each year.
If there’s one thing that can stop a lucrative home sale in its tracks, it is a termite infestation. Nothing scares a would-be buyer off faster than discovering expensive damage to wood and drywall. Call Milberger Pest Control before you list your home and we will make sure that pests don’t get in the way of you getting your best price.
If you’re on the other end of the deal and looking to purchase a home, here’s a fact that may surprise you: termite infestation should rarely be a dealbreaker. What it should be is leverage in negotiations. When you find a home that you are interested in, schedule a free inspection. If we find evidence of an infestation, you can get far more knocked off the price of the home than it will cost to have us eradicate the problem as long as the damage isn’t too extensive already.
Though home inspections are usually required for a mortgage and the inspectors will check for pests, they do not have the specialized training that all of our certified pest control technicians receive. We will not only find issues that inspectors may miss, but also give you an accurate estimate of the cost to treat the problem.
Milberger Pest Control can prevent expensive damage, starting with a free inspection. While most companies are only certified in one termite control system, we specialize in two – Sentricon and Termidor, giving you a choice between two great options.
For more information or to schedule your free inspection, click here or call (816) 761-1313 in Missouri or (913) 384-6760 in Kansas.