A real estate pest inspection is the best way to learn if the property you are purchasing is as pest-free as you hope it is.
There are two ways to go for inspections when you are looking to purchase a residential or commercial property in the North Wilkesboro, North Carolina area. You can go with a general inspection professional who performs a visual inspection of the majority of components or turn to dedicated, experienced professionals for each specialty. At Quality Control, Inc., we recommend that you go with the latter for a thorough result on the most important aspects of an inspection, including calling on us for a real estate pest inspection.
It could really put a damper on your enthusiasm and enjoyment of your new property to learn after the fact that it is infested with one or more pest species. It is even worse if the infestation happens to be a wood-destroying insect that has caused serious damage to the structure. It is far better to know ahead of time with a real estate pest inspection so that you can renegotiate with the seller to get them to resolve the issue at hand. If there is a serious problem or negotiations are not successful, you could also have the option to cancel the contract and look for a different property without a pest issue.
If you want peace of mind or you have a lender who is requiring a WDIR (Wood Destroying Insect Report), reach out to us to schedule a real estate pest inspection. This report will outline not just termite activity, but also other wood-destroying insects, such as carpenter ants and powder post beetles. Call today to learn more or to schedule an inspection.
At Quality Control, Inc., we offer real estate pest inspections in North Wilkesboro, Mount Airy, Jefferson, Lenoir, High Point, Mocksville, Winston-Salem, Greensboro, and Mooresville, as well as Alexander County, Alleghany County, Ashe County, Caldwell County, Davidson County, Davie County, Forsyth County, Guilford County, Iredell County, Stokes County, Surry County, Wilkes County, and Yadkin County, North Carolina, and Stuart, Wytheville, and Hillsville, as well as Carroll County, Floyd County, Grayson County, Henry County, Patrick County, and Wythe County, Virginia.