Hi Guys, We have a farmhouse built around 1940 - complete with yucky crawlspace. We have been paying $100/year for a pest control contract. The inspector crawls around the crawlspace with a flashlite looking for signs of termites and/or powderpost beetles. BTW we live in Virginia. The inspector never finds any signs of pests, but always comments that there is too much moisture in the crawlspace, which he says is worst than termites. A few years ago they recommended we add vents to the crawlspace to reduce the moisture, so we payed them to do it. My husband is disgruntled and says the vents cause more moisture in the crawlspace.... Anyway, its time for our yearly inspection again, and basically my question is... is it worth the money and the hassle of scheduling an inspection appointment to get a yearly pest inspection? How important is it REALLY? Thanks!