Real Estate Inspections in NJ
NJ Pest Control is a WDI Credentialed termite and wood destroying insect inspection company. That means an inspector has gone through a comprehensive, challenging course that tests abilities to properly identify and report termite as well as other wood destroying insects.
The NJPMA WDI Inspector Certification Program consists of required classroom training that will include coverage of subjects pertaining to performing Wood Destroying Insect Inspections; including but not limited to:
At the conclusion of the classroom training, a written examination will be issued to the attendees. A passing score of 75% or higher is required on the written exam to obtain the NJPMA WDI Inspector Certification. Each applicant will have 2 hours to complete the written examination.
Why should I choose a Credentialed Inspector?
Selling or purchasing a home is one of the largest decisions you may have to make in your life. This process can sometimes be confusing to navigate through. There are many firms to choose from to do the necessary inspections. Unfortunately, the State of New Jersey does not have any rules, regulations, requirement, licensing, training or pre-requisites of any kind to govern those who perform these inspections. Literally ANY ONE who chooses to hire themselves out can perform a Wood Destroying Insect inspection.
What special qualifications does a Credentialed Inspector have?
Each Credentialed Inspector has passed the most successful and comprehensive wood destroying insect training course in New Jersey to date. The course provides training and instruction on many areas including:
· Complete understanding of subterranean termites
· Complete understanding of commonly found wood destroying insects
· Step by step inspection instructions
· Tools needed to properly perform an inspection
· How to properly complete the Wood Destroying Insect Inspection Report and Graph
How can choosing a Credentialed Inspector benefit me?
Every Credentialed Inspector has gone through a specialized course of detailed instruction and has successfully passed an exam in each section of the course. They have also had to meet very specific prerequisites before receiving their final “Credentialed” status.