A Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) inspection, commonly known as a Pest & Dry Rot (P&D) inspection..
is an inspection focused on identifying the verified presence of, signs of, and conductive elements of wood destroying organisms.
What kind of bugs eat wood besides termites?
Wood-destroying pests can be divided into four categories: (1) carpenter ants, (2) termites, (3) bark beetles and woodborers, and (4) powderpost beetles. any individuals with ant problems fear the insects are termites. Carpenter ants are cavity dwellers.
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 dry wood termites, but will also cover wood destroying beetles and wood destroying fungi.