Certified Building Inspectors offers a comprehensive accredited inspection for single-family homes and commercial buildings in Central Florida. Whether you’re ordering an inspection for peace of mind with a new home purchase or to possibly save money on your insurance rates with four-point and wind mitigation inspections, our team of accredited inspectors is here to provide unbiased, premier inspections. In addition to building inspections, your trusted Certified companies offer protection with termite and pest control services.
The following will be included in a commercial property inspection report:
As defined by the state of Florida, a Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) 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.”
Types of wood destroying organisms include: subterranean termites, dry wood termites, wood destroying beetles, and wood decaying fungi. Carpenter ants and carpenter bees are NOT recorded on WDO reports.
By Florida statue, a WDO report is provided when a home or other structure is being sold and the mortgage lender or buyer requires the inspection as part of the transaction. If a WDO inspection is done for these purposes, the inspection must be reported on form 13645, as required by Florida Law [Chapter 482. 226, Florida Statues and Chapter 5E-14. 142(2)(c), Florida Administrative Code].
Our WDO inspectors have pest control identification cards from the State of Florida, designating them as having received special training to perform WDO inspections.
Mold is caused by moisture damage such as flooding, leaky roofs, basement walls, plumbing leaks, burst pipes, rain or sprinkler water against the house and more.
Discoloration on the walls or ceiling, warped floors, and musty odor in the home are all signs of mold growth. If the growth is extensive, some people may develop allergies or health problems and it can cause serious damage to the home.
Certified Building Inspectors has certified mold specialists that can help locate the source of the water intrusion and the mold growth in addition to providing mold samplings, lab results, and a written report within two business days of the inspection.