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What does WDI stand for?

Wood Destroying Insect (home inspections)


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War Damage Information Centre
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In addition to home inspection software, 3D Inspection Systems also provides software for mold inspection reports, marine survey reports, Texas TREC inspection reports, Wood destroying insect inspection reports, Thermal Imaging inspection reports, and life safety inspection reports.
23) Federally funded loans now require Form NPMA-33, Wood Destroying Insect Infestation Report, released in 1995 by the National Pest Management Association.
Insect damage - Treating for termites or other wood destroying insects can only be part of the problem.
Formosan termites, the most voracious species of the wood destroying insect found in the US, have cost the city of New Orleans more than $300 million annually in termite treatments and damages to historic trees, homes, and other structures.
Business Editors NEW ORLEANS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 7, 2004 Formosan termites, the most voracious species of the wood destroying insect found in the US, have cost the city of New Orleans more than $300 million annually in termite treatments and damages to historic trees, homes, and other structures.
Another area of concern when dealing with moisture infiltration is pest infestation -- the invasion of wood destroying insects, carpenter ants and wood eating beetles that thrive on cellulose materials.

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