If you are buying or selling a home in Florida, you’re likely going to need a real estate inspection to pinpoint pest problems. Needless to say, evidence or signs of pests could make or break a sale. When you work with a professional company like Florida Pest, you can be sure you are receiving a reliable, accurate real estate pest inspection. During our inspections, we will look for evidence of all types of pests, especially wood-destroying insects that are common to the state of Florida.
As part of our dedication to keeping our customers in Florida pest-FREE, the exterminators at Florida Pest are proud to provide thorough and reliable real estate inspections and WDO Reports.
Real Estate Pest Inspections in Florida
In the real estate market, everyone knows it’s important to make sure the property is safe and FREE of pests. During our real estate inspections, a Florida Pest specialist will thoroughly inspect all accessible areas in the home, including crawl spaces, basements, attics, garages, and closets. During our real estate pest inspections, we also look for pest damage and vulnerable areas that may lead to future pest infestations.
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What is a WDO Report?
Wood-destroying pests are one of the worst pest problems for Florida residents. Water leaks and rotting wood could lead to a wood-destroying pest infestation, which is why it’s important to have regular home pest inspections. A wood-destroying insect report (WDO report) determines the presence or absence of pest evidence or live infestation. During our real estate pest inspections, a Florida Pest exterminator will look for evidence of the following wood-destroying pests to create a WDO Report:
- Wood-boring beetles
- Wood decaying fungi
Real Estate Inspections You Can Trust
Real estate pest inspections are so important for home buyers and sellers. No one wants to purchase a home that’s been riddled with pests. At Florida Pest, we provide in-depth real estate pest inspections. Our exterminators are professional, licensed, and experienced, and can be trusted to thoroughly inspect your property. Contact us today for more information!Back to Residential Pest Control