Find a VPMA Certified WDI Inspector in your Area
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When buying a home or property, mortgage companies or lenders typically require that an inspection be performed to determine the presence of wood destroying insects (WDI). This inspection is often referred to as a termite inspection or a WDI Inspection. In the state of Virginia, there are no regulatory licensing or training requirements needed to perform a termite inspection.
In 2000, VPMA created a voluntary certification program for wood-destroying insect inspectors in Virginia. To raise standards on these inspections done for real estate transfers, VPMA created a voluntary certification program that provides intensive classroom training. Participants must pass a written exam to become certified; and are required to attend training to re-certify every two years.
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