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Wood Destroying Insect Report
A wood destroying insect report (WDI) also known as a termite inspection is designed to help seek out any organisms that may be destroying your homes structure. During this inspection we look for any past or current evidence of infestation as well as point out conductive conditions that may attract these pests to the home.
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Our Inspectors are trained and licensed to know exactly what to look for when dealing with termites. Let us use our expertise to offer you peace of mind during your home buying experience.
During a termite inspection, your inspector will thoroughly examine both the interior and exterior of your property for any visible signs of termite infestations. The inspection process usually takes around an hour to an hour and a half, depending on the size of the property being inspected.
The inspector will check all accessible areas of the home, including baseboards, walls, windows, crawl spaces, door frames, cabinets, closets, garages, and attics. Special attention will be paid to areas where plumbing penetrates the slab, as subterranean termites often use these areas to gain access to the home.
Outside the home, the inspector will closely examine the exterior walls, eaves, and foundation for any signs of termite damage or mud tubes. The foundation is a critical area of inspection, as termites often use it as a gateway to access the home.
If any signs of termite activity are discovered during the inspection, the inspector will provide a report detailing the extent of the damage and provide recommendations for treatment and prevention. It is essential to have a termite inspection done regularly to catch any infestations early on before they can cause significant damage to your property.
Pest Inspection Network, Inc.
P.O. Box 700906
San Antonio TX 78270