Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR), Mount Airy, NC

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With a wood destroying insect report (WIDR) in hand, you can feel confident about your decision to purchase a property.

When you make the decision to purchase a piece of property, whether it’s a new home for your family or a commercial space for your business, it’s important to go through the due diligence process and make sure you know what you’re getting from the deal. A full inspection is a major part of that process, which can help identify any potential issues that would be costly to repair. Another thing you may want to request in your next real estate transaction is a wood destroying insect report (WDIR), available from our team at Quality Control Inc.

Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) in Mount Airy, North Carolina

Wood destroying insects, including termites, carpenter bees, wood-boring beetles, and carpenter ants, can cause a significant amount of destruction in a short period of time. Repairing the damage caused by these pests is often expensive and time-consuming. Before you decide to buy a piece of real estate, it’s best to know whether these critters have been feasting on the wood used to frame the structure, and you can get this information in a wood destroying insect report (WDIR). Our technicians will perform a full assessment at the property and produce the detailed report, which covers whether any evidence is found of wood destroying insects. If we do find evidence, we’ll outline where the insects are living, what level of treatment is needed, and the extent of the damage incurred.

With a wood destroying insect report (WIDR) in hand, you can feel confident about your decision to purchase a property. The information presented may also help you decide to walk away from the deal, which could save you a lot of money and time down the road.


At Quality Control, Inc., we can provide a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) in North Wilkesboro, Mount Airy, Jefferson, Lenoir, High Point, Mocksville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Mooresville, North Carolina, and Stuart, Wytheville, and Hillsville, Virginia.