What is a CL-100? The CL-100 Inspection is also called a Termite Inspection, and the report is called the Official South Carolina Wood Infestation Report. The purpose of the inspection is to check for: Visible evidence of active, or a previous infestation of subterranean termites or other wood-destroying insects (like powder post beetles or carpenter bees, for example). Visible evidence of whether there has been prior subterranean termite treatment. Below the first main floor, if there is the presence or evidence of: active wood-destroying fungi (which has a wood moisture content of 28% or above), or if there is the presence of wood-destroying fungi that is inactive (less than 28% wood moisture content). Fungus will not grow if there isn’t enough moisture, so it is important to find the direct cause of the moisture and work to resolve the problem. Any visibly damaged wooden members below the main first floor of the home (columns, sills, joists, plates, door jambs, headers, exterior stairs, porches, or fungi damage below the first floor). If the Inspector finds any of this to be true, he or she will have to list IN DETAIL the damaged areas.