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TOPIC: Timber Pest Inspection Template

Timber Pest Inspection Template 4 years 3 months ago #61822

Does anyone know where I can get a timber pest/termite inspection template or sample to have a look at get an idea from?

Thanks

Sky

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Re: Timber Pest Inspection Template 4 years 3 months ago #61824

Hi Sky,

There's not many out there as the US requires a specific form called the NMPA-33. You could look at that to get some ideas for you though.

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Dominic Maricic
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Re: Timber Pest Inspection Template 4 years 3 months ago #61828

Thanks Dominic,

I will have a look at that form.

Cheers mate.

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Re: Timber Pest Inspection Template 4 years 3 months ago #61837

Hi Sky,

There's not many out there as the US requires a specific form called the NMPA-33. You could look at that to get some ideas for you though.

Not in all cases.  Washington State does not use NMPA-33 as it does not meet our standards.  Check with your specific state regarding WHO can inspect and write pest reports.

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Re: Timber Pest Inspection Template 4 years 2 months ago #61869

Sorry, "most states" require NMPA-33. Sky is in Australia.

Check out portal.hud.gov/hudportal/documents/huddoc?id=npma33.pdf

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Re: Timber Pest Inspection Template 3 years 6 months ago #62985

Sorry, "most states" require NMPA-33. Sky is in Australia.

Check out portal.hud.gov/hudportal/documents/huddoc?id=npma33.pdf


I spoke with a licensed pesticide applicator in my state and he pointed out something interesting to me.  Apparently federal agencies that require the use of the NPMA-33 form for federal loans also require that it be signed by a state licensed pesticide applicator.  Of course I can't find the email where he included the applicable document right off hand, but he sent me a document that outlined the requirement clearly.  He told me that the feds are so busy processing loans that they don't take the time to check the inspector's credentials, so a lot of general home inspectors are signing the forms, but those forms could be rejected. 

Anyone know anything about this?

BJ

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