Conducting Quality Inspections Since 1984!

Most of our inspections are performed for real estate transactions including but not limited to FHA and VA loans. We know time is of the essence and offer a quick turn around with the official paperwork you need.

Our Mission Statement

We endeavor to use the best technologies and service, keeping our customers’ best interests in mind.

We strive to set the standard for professionalism, performance, ethics, safety and expertise.

In addition:

  • We know and understand what it takes to help close your deal.
  • Real estate transactions are the focus of our business.
  • We realize that time is of the essence in real estate. Our goal is quick, dependable, and effective service.
  • Conquest Pest Solutions provides inspection services for termites. We do not treat for termites.
  • We are proud to have many Chicagoland realtors and mortgage companies as our clients.

The Termite Inspection Process

The termite inspection process begins with a request from one of the following: the mortgage company, the realtor, or the attorney. And then Conquest Pest Solutions manages the rest!

You can order, status and print termite inspections online. Contact us for information.

The process encompasses a thorough inspection of the property. We search for evidence of termites, which normally consists of the following:

  • Frass
  • Hollowing
  • Shelter tubes
  • Live insects

We document our findings on the official Wood Destroying Insect Infestation Inspection Report and then promptly deliver the report to the requestor.


Why is a termite inspection needed?

Many lenders require it, and VA loans require it.

How long does the inspection take?

Usually, less than one hour.

Termites won’t attack a new house, will they?

Yes, unfortunately, termites can attack a new house within days of completion.

Are there other wood-destroying insects?

Yes, there are also wood-destroying beetles and carpenter ants. Our inspectors are trained to identify the differences.

How do the subterranean termites get into the house?

Very easily. All they need is an opening 1/64” wide. They can enter directly from the soil or they may build tubes from their colony to your home.