Termite Inspection

WDI Termite Inspection Report & Real Estate Home inspection

Termite Control | Termite Treatment | Termite Inspection - Kinston, NC

D & D Pest Control Co. is a full service professional Termite & Pest Control Company with a emphasis on WDI Termite Inspection Reports and Home Inspections for Real Estate transactions. We also provide reliable, WDI reports for realtors, bankers, and those buying or selling a home in the Kinston / Lenoir County area.

Termite Inspection is a Visual Inspection Only!

About Termite Inspection & Home Inspection is a visual inspection only, and is conducted in the readily accessible areas of the structure(s) only: 

  • Including attics and crawlspaces which permitted entry during the inspection. The inspection included probing and/or sounding of unobstructed and accessible areas to determine the presence or absence of visual evidence of wood destroying insects. The WDI inspection firm is not responsible to repair any damage or treat any infestation at the structure(s) inspected, except as may be provided by separate contract. Also, wood destroying insect infestation and/or damage may exist in concealed or inaccessible areas. The inspection firm cannot guarantee that any wood destroying insect infestation and/or damage disclosed by this inspection represents all of the wood destroying insect infestation and/or damage which may exist as of the date of the inspection. For purposes of this inspection, wood destroying insects include: termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and re-infesting wood boring beetles. This inspection does not include mold, mildew fungi growth or non insect wood destroying organisms, Storage sheds, well pump houses, play houses, fences, antique on property, ect….


  •  Termite Treatment  and Recommendation Guidelines Regarding Subterranean Termites: FHA and VA require treatment when any active infestation of subterranean termites is found. If signs of Eastern subterranean termites — but no activity — are found in a structure that shows no evidence of having been treated for subterranean termites in the past, then a termite treatment should be recommended. A termite treatment may also be recommended for a previously treated structure showing evidence of subterranean termites — but no activity — if there is no documentation of a liquid treatment by a licensed pest control company within the previous five years unless the structure is presently under warranty or covered by a service agreement with a licensed pest control company.

A Home buyer’s Guide for the Wood-Destroying Insect Report (WDIR) Wood-Destroying Insect Information Reports Memo (Form WDIR 100) – Microsoft word format 2007 file.

Termite Inspection Request form: