WDO Termite Inspection

What to Expect from a WDO Termite Inspection

Our WDO termite inspections uncover potential threats to your home’s integrity, ensuring a pest-free environment. By AmeriPro pest control in conjunction with JBW Home Inspection. 

Thorough Examination: Our inspectors meticulously check for signs of termites or termite damage in and around your home.

Identification of Issues: We look for visible signs such as mud tubes, wood damage, or discarded wings to determine any termite activity.

Assessment of Vulnerable Areas: Inspectors focus on areas prone to infestations, including wooden structures, basements, attics, and crawl spaces.

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Frequently Asked Questions

A WDO inspection is a thorough examination of a property to identify existing termite activity or conditions that may lead to infestations. It’s crucial as termites can cause significant structural damage to homes, and early detection helps prevent extensive damage.

It’s generally recommended to have a WDO inspection annually, especially in areas prone to termite activity or if there’s a history of termite issues. Additionally, inspections should occur before buying or selling a property.

Inspectors typically examine various areas including basements, crawl spaces, attics, wooden structures, foundations, and areas where wood contacts soil. They look for signs of termites like mud tubes, damaged wood, or discarded wings.


Typically, WDO inspections for prevention or routine checks are not covered by homeowners’ insurance. However, if there is evidence of damage caused by a covered peril (e.g., a fallen tree damaging the home and leading to a termite infestation), the resulting repairs might be covered. A V.A loan for any veteran’s or military personnel may require a WDO inspection.