Wood-Destroying Insect Report (WDIR)
What Are Wood-Destroying Insects?
Wood-destroying insects include termites, post beetles, carpenter ants and carpenter bees. Millipedes are technically wood decomposers, but may be included under some circumstances. Home purchase contracts generally require the property to be free from wood-destroying insects.
Why Do I Need a WDIR?
As a protective measure, banks and lending institutions require that homes be inspected for damage from termites or other wood-destroying insects before closing the sale of the home. A Wood-Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) is a document prepared by a licensed pest control business that informs the lending institution and buyer about termite and other wood-destroying insect damage and/or presence.
A WDIR is not a guarantee of the absence of wood-destroying insects. An inspection is an important tool in evaluating the soundness of a structure, but there are limitations. The inspector only conducts a visual inspection. It does not guarantee that there is no damage or termite activity where there are obstructed or inaccessible areas.
Ronnie Dossett Rd. Carriere, MS 39426
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Spence Environmental Services, Inc.
5 Ronnie Dossett Road., Carrere, MS 39426
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