Clean and clear in this crawl, another year without termites.
Everything looks good this year at this house.
Termites can tunnel through small spaces in mortar joints
There is some fallen insulation, wood scraps, stored wood and cardboard boxes (all cellulose debris), that should be rectified. No signs of any active termites this year.
I found previous termite damage to the rim joist beneath the front door during a termite letter inspection
Walk in crawl of a home with some cellulose debris (fallen insulation) that needs to be remedied. No signs of any active termites.
Not alot to see under this house except some fallen insulation, everything looks good this year.
When there is wood, or any kind of wood product, on the ground, it is considered cellulose debris. It will attract termites, and give you an infestation.
Cellulose debris in the form of fallen insulation needs to be removed or fixed, as it will attract termites.
Termite damage found during a wood infestation inspection report.
No signs of active termites, but there is some cellulose debris, aka fallen insulation, that needs addressing. Looks good other than that.
Inspecting a crawlspace as part of an annual termite inspection. Levels are good, barrier is good. Cellulose debris (fallen insulation and cardboard) needs to be resolved. No signs of active termites during today's inspection.
Active wood decay fungus found during this termite letter inspection.
Annual termite inspection of a home under our warranty. Levels and barrier are good. Cellulose debris (fallen insulation and furniture) needs to be removed and fixed. No sign of active termites during this year's.
Inspecting the crawl of a house with our warranty. Levels are good, but barrier is all bunched up in places. No signs of active termites during today's inspection.