WOOD-DESTROYING INSECTS INSPECTION
During your wood-destroying organism (WDO) inspection, we look for indications of wood-destroying organism infestations that may exist in the house using a visual-only examination. Here in the northeast, the organisms we need to worry about are carpenter ants, carpenter bees, powder-post beetles and termites. Visual observations are made for evidence such as:
- Live insects
- Damage to wooden components
- Habitat that is conducive for WDO’s
- Mud tunnels
- Entrance/exit holes
- Insect parts and insect droppings (frass)
Any observations made during the inspection will be reported on and documented with photos. Further evaluation by a licensed pesticide applicator is recommended. The NPMA-33 Form will be emailed as a separate attachment with photo documentation.
WANT TO SCHEDULE A RESIDENTIAL HOME INSPECTION
OR JUST NEED INFORMATION?