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On an educational note, in the past, all mortgage lenders would require a current termite inspection before going to the closing table. At this time, many lending institutions no longer require this. It is our strong recommendation to any home buyer (especially in the Tampa Bay area, which is prone to termites) to make sure a current termite inspection has been completed on your potential new home. The amount you pay for the inspection is a small price to pay to make sure a licensed professional has inspected for the slightest indication that termites were or could be present.
A Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection Report is a written report of an inspection on a structure for visible and accessible evidence of an infestation or damage by wood destroying organisms. Usually this means subterranean or dry wood termites, but also covers wood destroying beetles and wood destroying fungi.
A WDO inspection report is provided when a home or other structure is being sold and the mortgage lender or buyer requires the inspection as part of the transaction. If an inspection is done for these purposes, the inspection must be reported on a specific report form, DACS 13645, as required by Florida Law.
The WDO inspection can only be done by a wood-destroying organisms identification cardholder of a pest control company licensed by the state of Florida.
Please complete either the online form below or complete the printable form and return it back to us.
To schedule a service call or to learn more about our WDO inspection services that we provide for homes and businesses, contact Nelson's Pest Control today.
In Tampa and Hillsborough county call (813) 994-1166 or in St. Pete, Pinellas and Pasco county Call (727) 372-1175
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