Real Estate Inspections

The most common real estate inspection that we provide is a WOOD INFESTATION REPORT, or CL100. When purchasing a home in Charleston, SC a CL100 is a termite report that is required by your mortgage lender. Upon an offer of your new home, a qualified inspector will look for visible evidence of termite damage in and around your home. During the inspection, special attention will be paid to wood damage, structural damage or fungi. Your inspector will look for past or present infestation by organisms like: Subterranean termites, Dry wood termites, old house borers, Powderpost Beetles and other wood-destroying insects. Any damage found will be disclosed in your detailed CL100 report. The CL100 will be provided to you and your mortgage lender.

What happens if damage is found in your home?

Exterior Termite Damage

Termites can be treated to avoid more severe damage to your home. Our process starts with a thorough inspection. This inspection will determine the cost. Next, the Sentricon Termite Colony Elimination System can be installed. This system is the most effective termite treatment on the market.  Unlike liquid treatments, it is better for the environment and requires no drilling into foundations or pavement.  Advanced Termite and Pest Control maintains and monitors your home throughout the year. With Advanced, we provide a bi-annual baiting station check as well as annual termite inspections with each renewal. We are certified, licensed and insured so that you can be confident in your CL100 Wood Infestation Report. In addition, we are proudly certified by Dow AgroSciences as Certified Sentricon Specialists. Our professional inpector is highly trained, knowledgeable, and drug-free. Everyone here at Advanced is committed to providing superior, reliable service you can count on. This includes protection of property, people, and animals.

Need a CL100 real estate inspection? Call or contact us to schedule your inspection.