By doing your own quarterly pest inspection, you will save hundreds of dollars per year. On your quarterly walk-through, pay particular attention to these places. Routine checks and inspections are often necessary to deter a minor pest problem from being a major infestation. When it comes to rodents like termites and bed bugs, time is of the essence.

Green Army doesn’t just wait for you to call when you have a visible infestation. We begin our pest service with a 15-point detailed inspection during which we look for signs of pest issues in and around the home and identify problem areas that could be conducive to future pest problems. 

The inspection is documented in a comprehensive report that we use to guide actions to prevent future pest issues, such as sealing entry points. The report is also our foundation for suggesting certain treatment plans.

Pest Inspection will start by examining the exterior of your home for signs of a pest infestation. We then begin searching for small holes, gaps, and other possible entry points for pests. We will also check the foundation of the home for nests or other signs of pest infestation.

Our team will also check the inside of your home for signs of mice, ants, roaches, and other pests. This part of a pest inspection would concentrate on baseboards and the insides of cabinets, where pests often leave droppings and other signs of their activity when looking for food. It would also include crawl spaces, basements, and attics, where an infestation will always go undetected before it becomes a serious problem.

Our course of action would depend on the severity of the pest infestation.

How Does The Inspection Affect Pest Control?

A pest inspection is an evaluation of existing issues that decides the best course of action. Even the most costly materials would be rendered useless by a poor inspection. If the pest inspection does not carefully examine and reliably assess what pests occur and to what degree, you will be wasting money.

If the pests are mistakenly identified during the pest inspection, you will waste money on a treatment solution that will never work. It won’t be much of an option in the end. Similarly, if the exterminator underestimates the degree of which the pests have infested the house, you would be paying for a treatment that would leave the pests to multiply. 


  1. Preventing the need for pest control treatments lowers the costs and protecting your home from further damages.
  2. Pest Prevention will have unexpected benefits in addition to making the house more energy-efficient.
  3. Prevents damage to home and structures.
  4. Helps you save money on the costly effect of pest infestation.
  5. Pest control provides protection from harmful insects that can cause public health issues and costly damage to property.

To Avoid Pests, Be Proactive

Being proactive is the secret to successful pest control. This begins with a good building maintenance schedule and a routine inspection regime to prevent any infestations as soon as possible. Schedule your pest inspection and prevention with Green Army today and have peace of mind that you are safe from pests.