Wood Destroying Insect Inspection in Houston
Wood Destroying Insects
If you’re buying, selling, or refinancing your home, chances are you‘ll want or even need a “Wood Destroying Insect” (WDI) Inspection.
A WDI Inspection is a written report of an inspection on a home, where visible and accessible evidence of infestation or damage by wood destroying insects is documented.
One is typically required for a closing and commonly called a “Termite Inspection”.
ASAP Pest Control specializes in WDI Inspections. Our State Certified and Licensed technicians will inspect your property for six wood destroying insects: termites (Eastern Subterranean, Drywood & Formosan), carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and wood boring beetles.
Additionally, we inspect for water damage and conducive conditions which may contribute to infestation such as plumbing leaks or earth to wood contact.
Whether buying or selling a home, the experience can be a trying one. The last thing you want to worry about is who to call for this very important WDI Inspection.
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Every year thousands of homes are attacked by termites or other wood destroying pests.
Home purchasers need to know if these pests are present before investing their money.
Therefore it is wise to have the property inspected by a representative of a licensed pest control company who can detect the presence of wood destroying pests and can provide a report on his findings.
Who Orders An Inspection?
A pest control firm may be selected by the seller or his agent, lending institution, or buyer, depending on the state’s real estate laws or established practice.
As a purchaser, you should be advised as to which company is doing the inspection and in some areas as a buyer, you can make the selection.
What Does The Inspection Entail?
A qualified representative from the licensed pest control company will perform the inspection.
He inspects all visible areas of the structure which are readily accessible to him.
If he finds evidence of an infestation he reports the evidence on a specified form.
An inspection may include sounding or probing areas where infestations are suspected.
What If Evidence Of An Infestation Is Found?
The company will recommend the appropriate treatment to control the pest. For termites, a treatment is usually warranted for a year, meaning if an infestation is found while the warranty is in effect, the company will retreat at no charge to you
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