WDO Structural Pest Inspections
At New Day Pest, we understand the importance of ensuring that your home or commercial property is free of pests and structural damage. That’s why we offer comprehensive WDO (Wood-Destroying Organism) Structural Pest Inspections to identify and address any potential issues.
What Is a WDO Structural Pest Inspection?
A WDO Structural Pest Inspection is a thorough examination of a property to identify any evidence of wood-destroying pests, such as termites, carpenter ants, and wood-boring beetles. These pests can cause significant damage to a property, including the structure, foundation, and other wood elements. Left unchecked, this damage can be costly to repair and can even compromise the safety of the property.
Our WDO Structural Pest Inspections are conducted by certified technicians who have the training and experience to identify the signs of wood-destroying pests and assess the extent of any damage. We use advanced techniques and state-of-the-art equipment to thoroughly inspect your property.
The steps involved in our WDO Structural Pest Inspection may include:
Our technicians will visually inspect the exterior and interior of your property, looking for any signs of wood-destroying pests, such as mud tubes, wood damage, or droppings. They will also look for any conditions that may be conducive to pest infestations, such as moisture or wood-to-soil contact.
We use thermal imaging technology to identify areas of moisture or temperature variations that may be attractive to wood-destroying pests. This technology allows us to see inside walls and other inaccessible areas to detect any hidden signs of infestation.
We use moisture meters to assess the moisture levels in wood and other materials, which can help identify areas that may be at risk for pest infestations. High moisture levels can be attractive to pests and can also lead to wood rot and other structural damage.
We Give You a Report
After the inspection is complete, we will provide you with a detailed report outlining any evidence of wood-destroying pests or structural damage that we have found. This report will also include recommendations for repairs or treatment, as needed.
If we do identify any evidence of wood-destroying pests or structural damage during the inspection, it is important to address the issue promptly. Wood-destroying pests can cause significant damage to a property if left unchecked, and the cost of repairs can quickly add up. In addition, the presence of pests can pose a health risk to you and your family, as some pests can spread diseases or cause allergic reactions.