Wood-Destroying Insect (WDI) Inspections and Certification
Property Services for Real Estate Transactions
Standard Exterminating Company, Inc. Serves WV, OH, PA, KY and VA
For wood-destroying insect (WDI) inspections and certification, rely on the professionals of Standard Exterminating Company, Inc. A look through our website will give a good understanding that there are many potential problems when it comes to keeping a building mechanically and structurally sound. When someone seeks to buy or refinance a property, it often requires a real estate inspection certification. This pre-inspection or certification means more than providing a ‘termite guarantee.’
Real Estate Inspections for “WDI” Throughout the Region
Standard Exterminating Company, Inc. is the area’s leading resource for inspections. Real estate agents and property owners throughout the region turn to us for WDI inspection. Many states now need a “wood-destroying insect” (WDI) status report when transferring a property and sometimes when refinancing.
We Set the “STANDARD” for Services in WV, OH, PA, KY and VA
Screening for Wood-Destroying Insects and Protecting Properties
The assessment screens for termites and other woodborers (powder post beetles, old house borers, carpenter bees, and carpenter ants), which are not usually covered by a regular termite report. We provide a detailed report, which lists any findings and recommendations. Standard Exterminating Co., Inc. can also treat any of the insects discovered on a real estate inspection. Our professionals also offer recommendations on pest control, basement and crawlspace insulation solutions, or other improvements for moisture control.
Timely Reports and Certifications for Real Estate Transactions
We must submit these WDI inspection certification reports promptly, often within 30 days of a real estate closing. Please keep this in mind when calling to request the certified report. We can provide the report to the realtor, or can email a report directly to the property owner. Standard Exterminating has the skilled technicians who can provide wood-destroying insect (WDI) inspections and certification.