Pest Inspections

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We offer thorough Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) inspections to protect your investment and provide peace of mind. With extensive training and experience in identifying the presence of termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and wood-boring beetles, our InterNACHI® Certified Professional Inspectors® deliver comprehensive inspections that adhere to the highest industry standards.

During a pest inspection, we will examine both the interior and exterior of your property, paying special attention to areas most vulnerable to insect infestation and moisture-related damage. This process includes:

  • Foundation, Crawlspace, and Basement: We’ll search for evidence of termite shelter tubes and swarmer wings, frass, and damaged wood, which can indicate the presence of subterranean termites or other wood-destroying pests.
  • Exterior Walls, Eaves, and Fascia Boards: We will assess the condition of these areas, looking for signs of moisture intrusion, decay, and insect activity. This includes the distinctive holes left by wood-boring beetles or the frass of carpenter ants.
  • Roof, Gutters, and Attic: Leaks, moisture accumulation, and poor ventilation in these areas can create ideal conditions for WDOs. We’ll investigate these spaces to identify any signs of infestation or conducive conditions.
  • Windows, Doors, and Other Potential Entry Points: We’ll examine window sills, door frames, and other openings where insects may gain access to your home’s interior, looking for evidence of damage or active infestations.
  • Plumbing Penetrations and Moisture-Prone Areas: Our inspectors will check around plumbing penetrations, bath traps, and other areas prone to moisture issues, as these locations are particularly attractive to moisture-seeking pests like termites and carpenter ants.

Using equipment such as moisture meters and thermal imaging, we can detect hidden damage and identify conducive conditions that may attract wood-destroying organisms. Our inspection report will provide you with detailed findings, including any evidence of active or past infestations, moisture issues, and areas of concern that require attention or repair.

Termites, In Wyoming?

As a homeowner in Wyoming, you may be surprised to learn that termites live here. Despite the state’s cold and dry climate, two species of subterranean termites – the native arid-land subterranean termite (Reticulitermes tibialis) and the invasive eastern subterranean termite (Reticulitermes flavipes) – can cause extensive damage to wooden structures if left unchecked.

In addition to identifying current WDO activity, we will also assess the risk of future infestations based on the property’s condition and provide recommendations for preventative measures. These may include improving ventilation, installing vapor barriers, trimming vegetation or trees, repairing leaks, and sealing potential entry points.

As a responsible homeowner, regular WDO inspections are crucial for maintaining the structural integrity and value of your property. By scheduling an annual inspection, you can catch potential issues early, minimize damage, and avoid costly repairs down the line.

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