So what are the implications of this to the average home inspector that does not perform WDO’s?
Even if you don’t offer WDO inspection services for a separate fee… it is good to be able to recognize WDO damage when you see it during a general home inspection. This course helps you do that. And as an extra bonus, the state of Florida (and many other states) counts it toward your state-mandated home inspector continuing education requirements.
Thanks. Was just curious if it were some state cert exam to qualify to perform them (not that I want to)
Most certainly if you treat for WDO.
It’s very hard to get a WDO license in Florida. They require a lot. I am certified here and through Purdue University, and they won’t even consider either towards a WDO license. I’ve partnered with Terminix and give a free termite inspection with every home inspection I sell. They won’t do WDO’s needed for closing for free, but they will do the standard termite inspection for free.