Pest Safari always attempts to provide the most effective and thorough wood destroying organism (WDO) inspections in the Pensacola FL area. Pest Safari utilizes infrared cameras on every inspection. Infrared cameras depict variations in temperatures inside your walls and converts them into a color palette. This helps your Pest Safari termite inspector find many termite infestations that may otherwise be invisible. Infra-red cameras also help to find conditions that are conducive for termites, such as roof leaks, plumbing leaks, and above ground moisture issues.
Termatrac is a device that emits a microwave signal that can penetrate most building materials. It then sends this signal to a hand held computer allowing your Pest Safari inspector to confirm the presence of termites inside the studs, within your walls, without having to remove sheet rock or damage the structure.
Termatrac is so accurate, that many times, we can trace the termites and find their point of entry within the home. This allows us to perform an inexpensive local (spot) treatment, instead of having to treat the entire structure. After the treatment is performed, your Pest Safari inspector can return and confirm that all the termites are dead and gone. -That's affordable peace of mind.
We start with only using experienced, highly trained, termite inspectors.
Pest Safari performs a visual termite inspection. We inspect the interior, exterior, attic and crawl spaces of your home.
We utilize telescopic cameras to help your Pest Safari termite inspector find evidence of termites that a visual inspection would normally miss.
This special termite inspection tool is used to rub across or tap baseboards and listen to the difference of sounds in the wood. We check all your baseboards along exterior walls.
The use of infra red cameras helps your Pest Safari termite inspector find anomalies or problems that are not seen during the visual inspection. Once an anomaly is found, the next steps determine the problem.
When termites are suspected in an area, Pest Safari uses sonogram machines to determine if it is inactive, or if termites are moving within the walls, without having to cut them open.
Pest Safari also utilizes state-of-the-art borescopes. Many times, we can insert a tiny camera inside a wall to determine what an anomaly may be.
Our quality is carried on, through the WDO termite report
Pest Safari provides pictures of all findings and includes them in a separate supplementary report. Included with the pictures are details on what needs to be corrected.
In the same supplementary report you will find a very detailed diagram that correlates with the pictures. This allows any contractors specific locations of any problem areas.
All findings will then be added the the Florida State 13645 form which will be needed for closing. This is the only form that can be used within the state of Florida.
ATTENTION: Pest Safari reserves the right to deny service on a home, prior to or at the time of the inspection, for a home that: has inaccessible areas or crawl spaces with inadequate crawl space clearance (less than 18" clearance between the soil and the wood of the home); dangerous crawl spaces (foundation appears to be unstable, drug syringes or paraphernalia or debris covering ground; homes in disrepair or WDO problems that may be too numerous to list on a normal inspection report; EIFS stucco or foam insulated stucco in direct contact with the soil; other inherent problems that Pest Safari may deem to be to high a risk or liability to inspect. In the event that Pest Safari refuses service or to complete the service, at the time of or during an inspection, the customer will NOT be charged in full or in part for the inspection. For more information, please call (850) 477-2847
Real Estate WDO Inspections and Termite Inspections
Pensacola, Milton, Pace, Gulf Breeze, Navarre, Cantonment, Jay and most surrounding areas
- 5876 Westmont Rd. Milton, Florida 32583, United States-
Monday - Friday: 9am - 5pm
Saturday: By appointment