Real Estate WDI Inspections

At Tri-County Termite & Pest Control, we believe that a real estate WDI inspection is essential for making an important financial decision. We think your WDI inspection is an important reflection of your home, not just a termite job.

Common Pitfalls

The Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection (WDI) is an essential part of any real estate transaction. It’s best to get this step down early in your transaction process to avoid frustration. A WDI can be performed differently by different inspectors, which can make the process inconsistent.

Some pest control companies view a WDI as a way to sell a termite job, so they charge a low price for the inspection unless they find something wrong. In contrast to other companies that schedule multiple a day and are unable to do a thorough inspection.

What You Can Expect

At Tri-County Termite & Pest Control, we understand the frustration WDIs can cause. An inspection in itself is an important job. When we perform a WDI inspection, we thoroughly inspect all areas where termites and other pests can enter your home. We also provide detailed inspection reports on what we found.

Our responsibility is to you, the buyer, and we take that responsibility very seriously. We understand that you are making a significant investment when choosing us to inspect your home. We could find termites, carpenter ants, or any other wood-eating insects during our inspection. In that case, we will notify you immediately and provide you with a detailed solution to the problem. We offer quick, efficient service and a detailed estimate of the treatment cost.

Experience You Can Trust

We are fully licensed and qualified to provide all reports required by any bank or mortgage company, as well as those required by VA / FHA / HUD for federally backed mortgages.