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This is an Inspection for Wood Destroying Organisms (WDO) or also called a termite inspection. 


What is a WDO Inspection?

This is an Inspection for Wood Destroying Organisms (WDO) or commonly referred to as a termite inspection. It's called a WDO due to termites not being the only wood destroying organism. Given that termites are not the only organisms that degrade wood, it is known as a WDO. Our inspectors will begin by looking at the home's exterior. They look in crawl areas, in vents, and around hose bibs. They will check the roof for potential soffit cracks and home entryways that could be used by rodents. If termites are present, they will tap on the walls inside the house, which will produce a "swarming sound" from the insects. We'll also look under sinks, under doorframes, and in bathrooms. We know where to look and what to look for.

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WDO inspections in Florida should be a top priority, we lose more homes yearly to WDO then all other disasters. 

  • More homes in Florida are lost to termites than fire, water, hurricanes, and tornados.

  • Tampa is in the top 15 most termite infested cities in the nation! 

  • Many insurance companies do not cover termite damage, so a WDO is a great way to ensure there are no issues before the home is yours.


"But I have a Block / Cement home"

  • Does not stop them, they create tunnels

  • You still have plenty of wood

    • Examples: roof framing, roof decking, interior walls, exterior/interior trim, baseboards, cabinets, door trims, crown molding, etc.

Residential Buildings

WDO is a big issue in Florida don't make a mistake that can cause lots of $$$$

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