A wood destroying organism inspection (commonly referred to as a termite inspection) is a meticulous assessment of a property for evidence of drywood termites, subterranean termites, wood-decaying fungi, powder post beetles, and old hose borers. This type of inspection requires an experienced eye and extensive knowledge of the behavioral patterns of these organisms.
South Florida's lush tropical climate makes for a wonderful place to live, for both people and, unfortunately, termites. If infestations are not discovered quickly, extensive damage may develop. The importance of early identification and treatment cannot be overstated.