Termite inspection for home purchase

A termite inspection for the sale of a home, or technically known as a Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) report, is a thorough inspection performed by a pest control tech or a home inspector.

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This inspection carefully notes internal and external structure inspections for any sort of insects, pests, or organisms capable of destroying wood structures of a home.

Common areas to inspect for a thorough report are the entire exterior of a structure, as well as rafters, eaves, and roof structures.

Termite inspectors will also require access to internal rooms of a home including bedrooms, bathrooms, closets, garages, and basements.

Attics or any type of substructure (crawlspace, root cellar, basement, etc.) will also need to be thoroughly inspected for damage from wood destroying insects.

During the inspection, termite inspectors will be looking for any areas of beetle damage, beetles, termites, excessive moisture, or any damage occurring as a result of wood destroying insects.

The Written Report

The WDI report is what usually needs to be turned into lending agencies to insure the home is free of possible wood destroying insects or organisms prior to lending. There are several types of reports which may be requested from lenders prior to lending. The reports may vary in length, thoroughness, and type depending on the area or the requirements of the lender.

Any repairs caused by termites, carpenter ants or water damage can be fixed by a qualified termite repair contractor

Areas we service: Camden County, NJ – Cumberland County, NJ – Gloucester County, NJ – Salem County, NJ

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