Pre-Purchase Pest Inspection

By: Spiderman SE | Eco Pest Management  28-Jul-2015
Keywords: Pest Control, Pest Management, Pest Services

Prior to committing to a real estate investment, a Pre-Purchase Pest Inspection is a must! Purchasing a home or other property is one of the biggest investments most people ever make, so it is very important that you know exactly what you are buying. A Pre-Purchase Pest Inspection will identify areas under timber pest attack and conditions conducive to timber pest attack, meaning you can make an informed decision about whether or not to proceed with the purchase.

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