Wood Destroying Organisms
A termite inspection report, is also known as a “wood destroying pests and organism inspection report (WDO).” Your inspector will pay extra attention to typical termite harborages like rafters, roof facing, roof shingles, fascia, windows and doors. After thoroughly examining your home or building for evidence of termite infestation, the termite inspection will move inside to the bedrooms, living rooms, kitchen, bathrooms, attic and garage.
AmeriGuard’s comprehensive wood destroying pests and organism inspection reports cover all sections of termite activity.
Section 1 and 2 Findings
- Section 1 – All active wood-destroying organism infestations (including drywood and subterranean termites, fungus and rot) at the time of the WDO inspection.
- Section 2 – All findings present during the time of inspection that are conducive to a future termite infestation (including water stains, water damage, excess moisture, faulty grade, earth-to-wood contacts, cellulose debris, ).
Upon completion of the termite inspection, AmeriGuard will e-mail, fax or mail the report to the authorized party responsible for the wood destroying pests and organism inspection report. At your request, we can expedite this process to within 24 hours of the property’s inspection. If you have another inspection report and wish for a second opinion, we welcome you to e-mail, fax or mail it to us. Our termite technicians will inspect your property, suggesting alternative methods of control where available. When alternative treatments are not available, your technician will offer competitive pricing for primary termite treatments. After the property has been inspected and corrected, a clearance of the property can be issued.