San Diego Termite Inspection 12.4.2012

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San Diego Termite Inspection 12.4.2012

  1. 1. Termite Inspection Reports DefinedDecember 4, 2012 San DiegoFollow: @RedfinSanDiegoLike: http://www.facebook.com/RedfinSanDiego
  2. 2. Different types of reports● Complete- all visible & accessible portions of structure inspected● Limited- only a part of the structure was inspected● Supplemental- inspection of areas not accessible; correct; add; modify to the original inspection report● Re-Inspection- inspection of items completed by others
  3. 3. Report Requirements● State issued license # ● Notations of wood of person performing members damaged by inspection wood destroying pests● Signature of licensee and organisms that conducted ● Conditions deemed inspection likely to lead to● Notation of infestation, infestation or infection infection or evidence ● Information regarding thereof all inaccessible areas
  4. 4. What is Section I ?● As defined by the Structural Pest Control Board, Section I contains items where there is visible evidence of active infestation, infection or conditions that have resulted in or from infestation of infection.● Example: Drywood termite fecal matter noted in attic.
  5. 5. What is Section II ?● As defined by the Structural Pest Control Board, Section II items are conditions deemed likely to lead to infestation or infection but where no visible evidence of such was found.● Example: Cardboard boxes in sub area.
  6. 6. What if an item is neitherSection I nor II ?● It then falls under the Further Inspection category. Which as defined by the Structural Pest Control Board are areas which during the original inspection did not allow the inspector access to complete the inspection and cannot be defined as Section I or Section II.● Example: Adequate amount of storage in garage making area inaccessible for inspection.
  7. 7. Recommendations● When a finding is defined as either Section I, II, or Further inspection a recommendation must be made to correct.● Sometimes, it may be impractical to correct and such should be stated in the inspection report. However, no clearance will be issued for that item.● Secondary recommendations can be made at the request of the owner/agent.
  8. 8. Tenting vs. Other MethodsMethod: Fumigation Tim-Bor -Foam -Liquid -DustProven Only means of Local / Spot getting a whole treatmentsEffectiveness: house Guarantee area eradication of treated only Drywood termites 8
  9. 9. La Jolla Termite and Pest Control www.lajollatermite.com 858-454-4315

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