A Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) inspection is an important part of the home buying and selling process. A WDO inspection is carried out by an experienced pest control technician in order to see if there is a presence of wood destroying organisms in your home or commercial building.
WDO is an acronym for Wood Destroying Organisms.
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Termites (AKA wood-destroying organisms) are responsible for causing at least $5 billion in annual U.S. property damages. These destructive pests can also hide their presence until serious damage has already been done. To avoid dealing with this problem, be sure to schedule a Termite Inspection. inspector.
During this inspection, a licensed pest control inspector will check your property for any signs of wood-destroying organisms such as termites, carpenter ants, wood-boring beetles, and carpenter bees. The inspector will use special equipment to examine the conditions that may be conducive to infestations. They will also look for any visible evidence of infestation, such as mud tubes, frass, or damaged wood.
After the inspection, the inspector will provide a written report that details their findings and any recommendations for treatment or prevention. The report is then shared with the buyer, seller, and their respective real estate agents. A WDO inspection is a great way to protect your home and make sure it is free of any wood-destroying organisms. It is a critical part of the home buying and selling process and should not be overlooked.
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Although termites are tiny, their mighty appetites can destroy entire homes and businesses if given the chance!
They cause billions of dollars worth of damage each year. In the United States alone, termites cause an estimated $5 billion in structural property damage. Don’t ignore the problem. As soon as you suspect termites or another pest, you need to get an inspection!
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