Finding Termites Post-Inspection: Who Is Liable?
Is the inspector liable if you find termites after a WDO inspection? In short, it depends.
Swarming Season Is Upon Us!
It may be six more weeks of winter in Pennsylvania, but here in Jacksonville, it’s Eastern subterranean termite swarming season!
Termite Contracts 101
Termite prevention and control contracts are often mistakenly referred to as “termite bonds”. Termite service contracts are actually “trade guarantees” and no different than any other service agreement you might receive from a trade contractor. They are not “bonds” as only a licensed surety company can issue bonds.
Welcome to Florida!
According to realtor.com, 28% of new homebuyers over the past year have migrated to Florida from another state. If you are one of them – Welcome to Florida!
If you are charged a fee for a wood destroying organism (WDO) inspection in Florida, the inspector must issue the required Form 13645. Wood destroying organism inspections are regulated under the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and inspectors must be licensed. See Chapter 482, FS 482.226.