Right along with a traditional home inspection, a Termite, Rodent and Pest Evaluation is becoming a much more common requirement during the due diligence period. Termites feast on wood, insulation and siding, causing a huge amount of damage to any real estate investment. It is necessary that you know that the property you’re buying is free of any sort of infestation, and Champia will provide you with that peace of mind. Perhaps you have taken a tour of your prospective home and see nothing amiss. You might believe that a termite inspection is an unnecessary part of the due diligence process. The truth is that termites are clever pests, and they leave little evidence to the untrained eye. A termite infestation can go unnoticed for years. By the time you discover it, the damage could be quite extensive.
A Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection Report is a written report of an inspection on a home for visible and accessible evidence of an infestation or damage by wood destroying organisms. Usually this means subterranean or drywood termites, but will also cover wood destroying beetles and wood destroying fungi. Champia sends a pest control specialist to your property to evaluate for termites, pests and rodents. A Georgia wood infestation report will be issued with a 90-day guarantee against any wood destroying organisms.