WDO termite inspections can help you protect the value of your property and allow you to feel confident in purchasing new property.
You may not have any idea what “WDO” stands for, but you have almost certainly heard of termites. WDO stands for “wood destroying organisms,” and since most homes in the United States are built with a wood frame construction, termites and other wood destroying organisms can seriously endanger your structure if left undetected. WDO termite inspections can help you protect the value of your property and allow you to feel confident in purchasing a new property.
WDO termite inspections can be completed for both residential and commercial properties. Generally, mortgage lenders will require this type of inspection before your closing, and the inspection usually takes 2 hours or less to complete. However, our team at Cornerstone Inspections recommends getting a WDO termite inspection whether or not it is required when you are buying a property.
At the end of your inspection, we will deliver a full report to you and any other interested parties as needed. This written report will include any visible or readily accessible evidence of an active termite infestation, but it may also include evidence of damage caused by wood destroying organisms. Common signs include wings, mud tubes, droppings, and visible wood damage.
If you are in Dunnellon, Florida and need an inspector who provides WDO termite inspections, don’t hesitate to reach out to us now. You’ll be glad you did, as it is always better to know there’s a problem sooner rather than later when it comes to termites and other wood destroying organisms.