As you are in the due diligence period prior to closing on a home in Cary, North Carolina, your real estate agent will urge you to have the home thoroughly inspected. While they may give you names for general property inspectors, you may want every major component inspected by professionals in the industry. It is important to work with an accredited pest control professional to be sure the home’s structural integrity has not been undermined by insects.
At NC Pest Control, we can send an accredited WDIR inspector to your home– not just someone who is trained to perform a simple termite inspection. The inspector will check for subterranean termites, powderpost beetles, old house borers, carpenter bees, carpenter ants, wood destroying fungi, and high wood moisture content. When you call us for an inspection, we will perform a thorough inspection and provide you with a detailed Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) that outlines our findings in terms of active and inactive infestations and resulting damage involved.
We have the expertise and the equipment to effectively locate activity, leaving you in the position to renegotiate your contract or walk away from the purchase if there is excessive damage. Whether you are a buyer wanting peace of mind about the house you are purchasing, a seller who wants to provide potential buyers a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) upfront to show the home is clear of damage, or a homeowner wanting peace of mind that your home isn’t under attack, give us a call to schedule an appointment.
A Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) should only be completed by a trained and accredited pest control professional, so if you want to be certain you are getting the full story, give us a call to learn more about why we’re your best choice for this important inspection.
At NC Pest Control, we can provide a Wood Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) following real estate inspections in Fuquay-Varina, Angier, Holly Springs, Apex, Cary, Garner, South Raleigh, and Clayton, North Carolina.