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Inspection Definitions

Wood Destroying Pest and Organisms Reports

Original Report

   Reinspection Report

The 1st report prepared on a structure by a registered company and any follow-up reports issued more than four months after the date of the 1st  report.
 A report on the inspection of items completed as recommended on the original report (or subsequent reports).
It may be limited to the items requested by the person ordering the report and must clearly refer to the original report.
Termite inspection is a visual inspection to the readily accessible areas of the home and present valuable information on the conditions of the property. The inspection report will indicate if the structure contains wood destroying pests and organisms or conditions deemed likely to lead to wood destroying pest or organism.
Complete Report: This is a report where the entire structure is inspected on inspected on our first inspection.


Limited Inspection

Notice Of Work Completed

A statement by a pest control company that indicates the property is free of infestation or infection in the visible and accessible areas. Any signs of infestation or infection which have not been corrected will be added as disclaimers to the certification. The certification can be included on an inspection report, reinspection or completion notice.
An inspection report limited to a specific portion(s) of a structure shall be labeled as “limited.” It must include a diagram of the inspected area, a rnotation indicating the person/entity requesting the limited report, and recommendations for further inspection.
This form is required to be issued after corrective work is performed. The form must contain a notation of all the work that was performed as well as the work that was not performed.





Visible evidence of infestation (such as termites, wood-boring beetles, carpenter ants) or infection (fungus).
Conditions present deemed likely to lead to an infestation or infection (such as moisture or a faulty grade).
When an area is inaccessible or not visible for inspection purposes, a recommendation is made to open the area to reveal the enclosed space for inspection.




Termites that establish colonies in wood, feed on the wood, and drop fecal pellets.
Termites that live in underground colonies and enter structures through mud tubes.
Moisture-induced infection in wood which causes rot and reduces the strength of the wood.