​                     Corrective and Preventive Treatments Starting @

      $250.00 (1yr Warranty)         $350.00 (2yr Warranty)         $450.00 (5yr Warranty)

              ( NO YEARLY INSPECTION FEES DURING THE WARRANTY PERIOD)

         

                                 (All warranty’s are renewable at Expiration)

                Warranty renewal for additional year’s (Must call before expiration date)

                         1yr  $120.00  2yrs  $200.00  3yrs  $280.00  4yrs  $350.00                                     

    Warranty Transfers to New Owner $0.00           Free Inspections and Price Quote

      
Show us any Lic COMPETITORS Written BID we will BEAT or MATCH same treatment

                                   

                                   WDIIR Report's for Financing or Refi. $35.00 

 


    

What is a W.D.I.I.R ?

1. As a protective measure, banks and lending institutions often require that homes be inspected for damage from termites or other wood-destroying insects before closing the sale of the home. A Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection Report (WDIIR) is a document prepared only by a licensed pest control business that informs the lending institution and buyer about termite damage or presence.

WDIIR's have two-pages. The first page provides basic information about the inspection such as the address of the property, and answers general questions, such as: Are there any obstructions or areas inaccessible to inspection? Is there any visible evidence of infestation or previous treatment? If damage is present, who will correct it? A statement of the inspector describes the terms, conditions and limitations of the inspection.

The second page of the WDIIR goes into more detail. It pinpoints special areas of concern such as locations of previous treatment, and areas that are inaccessible to inspection. At the bottom of page two, there is a space for the inspector to draw the structure with these details included. Obviously, this is where accuracy matters most because the buyer and lending institution rely on this specific information when deciding whether or not to go through with a sale
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What a WDIIR is not ?

2. Now that you know what a WDIIR is, let's talk about what a WDIIR is not. A WDIIR is not a structural damage report � it is only a report about visible damage relating to infestation, not about structural damage for other reasons, such as earthquakes or floods.

A WDIIR is not a guarantee of the absence of wood-destroying insects. An inspection is an important tool in evaluating the soundness of a structure, but there are limitations. After all, an inspector can't pick up a house and look under it, or take it apart and put it back together.


What are WDIIR'S good for anyway ?

​3. So what good is a WDIIR if it does not guarantee that a house is free from termites? Well, aside from identifying obvious infestations and previous treatment, WDIIR's highlight potential problem areas.

Here are some things that buyers should look for: 

Cracks in foundation walls. It only takes a crack 1/64 of an inch wide to give termites and other wood destroying insects hidden access to a house.
Leaking pipes and faucets. Termites as well as other insects, seek out moisture for survival. Leaking pipes can keep wood and soil continually damp and create a perfect home for termites.
Wood debris around and under a house. Pieces of scrap lumber or firewood kept next to a structure can support a colony of termites.
Sprinkler systems or bubblers placed near the outside wall of a structure. Excessive watering can attract termites to the structure.

 Flower planters. Planters allow hidden and direct access to unprotected siding and cracked stucco when built in direct contact with a house.
Trellises and wooden fences. If a trellis or wood fence touches soil and is in contact with a structure, it provides a direct link between the subterranean termites in the soil and wood in the structure.

WDIIR's provide valuable information for the sale of a home, and document its present condition for future reference. Unfortunately, there is no state law that requires a WDIIR for the sale of a structure; it is a requirement of the lending institution. State law does dictate that WDIIR's meet certain minimum standards.

By law, all pest control applicators, inspectors and companies must be licensed by the Pest Management Division. The general public may call the Commission or click here to find out if any applicator/inspector or company is properly licensed.In addition, the Commission maintains a database on the WDIIR's and post construction termite treatments performed on homes in Arizona..

                                      Our Warranty Conditions of Coverage If you choose us to do treatment



1. . The Customer understands that the products used require up to 120 days for colony elimination and that , Bug-N-Out Pest Control LLC. will re-treat any continuing problem areas at no charge 120 days after the original treatment. Also, since there are up to 20 subterranean termite colonies per acre in Arizona, there is a possibility that a new colony may appear in the future. Bug-N-Out Pest Control LLC will re-treat at no charge for any new colony if there is still activity 120 days after we are first notified of the new activity by the Customer. (Any and All retreats will be to re-infested areas only)

If complete new treatment is requested it will be at owners expense. 

2, .A Completed Treatment work order must be on file with . Bug-N-Out Pest Control LLC. No refunds of any kind on unused / canceled or voided warranties.

3,  RE-INSPECTION: While this Agreement is in effect, Bug-N-Out Pest Control LLC will re-inspect the Covered Premises at no charge upon reasonable request of Owner during the warranty period or at renewal if requested by owners.


4, We are not able to detect all wood damage in a structure. This is not a structural damage warranty or repair, nor is it a warranty against wood damage or repair, past, present or future. There are no other warranties expressed or implied other than those stated above.

5, Any water leakage problems must be corrected immediately. After the corrections are made, the affected areas should be treated by this company at the owner’s expense. If not all warranties are Null & Void

6, All warranties are Null & Void if chemical treatment is disrupted by (room additions / soil movement / planting of (shrubs, trees, flowers, or any thing within 18in of structures) or any other activity in the treated area that will disrupt the treated area.

If room additions or concrete is being added need to call for pretreatment to be perform by this company at owner’s expense.

If No pretreatment was performed by Bug-N-Out Pest Control LLC all warranties are Null & Void.

7, If pretreatment or spot treatments are performed during warranty period by any other company or persons other then, Bug-N-Out Pest Control LLC .Any and all warranties are Null and Void.

 Warranty will transfer to New Owners.---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$ 00 .00

Warranty extinction for additional year’s (Must call before expiration date)------------------------------------
1yr  $120.00  2yrs  $200.00  3yrs  $280.00  4yrs  $350.00

If home is sold and a WDIIR is needed for New Owners ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
$35.00.

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Why and What is a Termite Treatment made after Construction ?

They are many reasons you may want / have to do a Termite Treatment (preventive treatment just for peace of mind , see termite shelter tubes / damage see photos , Sold home and the buyers termite inspection wdiir showed signs Visible evidence of wood-destroying insects was observed where the bank is require a treatment be done with a min 1yr warranty)

A Treatment is the creation of a chemical barrier between the soil and the structure . Done properly, the barrier can help prevent / correct any issues with subterranean termites from infesting the wood of the structure and wood products stored within structure.


What type of Structures should I have Treated ?
We feel all buildings on Residential or Commercial property that has a cement floor or Block Stem Wall should have a Termite Treatment weather the structure is (Wood , Block , Steel .​ Ect)
A Termite Treatment just does not protect the building it also 
PROTECTS the CONTENTS   Such as ( Wood Walls , Work Benches , Cabinets  GRANDMAS 200yr Old Dresser,Desk ,China in a Wood Crate  Cardboard Boxes , ECT.

Because termites don't care that it is not a Building all they are looking for is something to destroy.


Who can do a Termite Treatment before and after it is built ?

Termite Treatments Made after Construction / Post Construction must be performed by a licensed pest control operator. Termiticide used must be applied in a manner consistent with the product label, and the rules and regulations of the Arizona Pest Management Division.