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Termite Inspection w/ NPMA 33 Form

Termites in Michigan?  We have them everywhere.  We've seen countless scenarios with termite infestations in Michigan.  However, not all of them have been severe.  Termites love water, food source and dark areas where they can hide out of site.  That's why you need a Home Inspection company that knows where to find them if they exist in the home.  We use everything from experience to technology like infrared imaging and moisture meters to stethoscopes.  That's right, stethoscopes!  If you've got an active hive of termites you can actually here them eating their lunch.  If you're a United States Veteran and you've recently applied for a V.A. Loan then you're definitely going to need this inspection service along with the NPMA 33 form.  You're loan officer will be asking you for it if they haven't already.  

So call us today and we'll come out to the property and find those termites if they exist.  If not, which we hope they don't we'll make sure we issue your clearance "Same Day".  So if you're a home buyer or a loan officer in a time crunch definitely give us a call.  We're here to help.

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Pre Closing Inspection / PCI Environmental

1001 Woodward Ave.

Detroit Michigan 48226

Office: (800) 822-1724

Office Hours: Monday - Sunday: 9am - 8pm

E Mail: inspections@preclosinginspection.com

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