Call on us if you need a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) for your own peace of mind or to appease a lender.
At Quality Control, Inc., we understand that when you purchase a property, you need to have confidence that it is structurally sound and not threatened by any species of wood destroying insects. As part of our real estate pest inspection services for homes, commercial buildings, and industrial facilities, we can provide the official state form, Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR), which is often required by lenders and is something most buyers want to see before closing.
The Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) covers a variety of information, starting with whether there is visible evidence of wood destroying insects, and if there is, where they were found and whether they have been previously treated and inactive or need a treatment, and if visible damage was found. We will describe what we found and where the problem was found. Also included with the report you will find our recommendations regarding wood destroying insect elimination treatment and if there were any areas that we could not inspect due to obstructions or other inaccessibility issues.
One of the questions we get is why this is called a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) instead of more simply a termite report. The answer is that there are more insects than just termites involved. Other wood destroying insects include carpenter ants, wood boring beetles, and carpenter bees.
If you would like to schedule an appointment for a real estate pest inspection and to get a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) for your own peace of mind or to appease a lender’s requirements, don’t hesitate to contact us. We serve the North Wilkesboro and Mount Airy, North Carolina area, as well as several counties in North Carolina and southwestern Virginia.
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.