Avoid buying a home with existing wood destroying insects and damage by requesting a wood destroying insect report.
If you live in Apex, North Carolina, you might be familiar with the common carpenter ants, termites, wood bees, and other wood destroying insects that like to take residence in local homes and buildings. This familiarity might make you a little hesitant to buy an older home in the area because you feel as though you can never be entirely sure if the home is or has been impacted by such insects. Fortunately, we at New Horizon Pest Solutions can provide you with a wood destroying insect report for any home or structure you plan to purchase.
In a wood destroying insect report, we will note the existence or absence of wood destroying insects such as wood bees, carpenter ants, termites, or otherwise. Even if we don’t find the insects themselves, we will record any other evidence of their presence in any structure throughout the home or property. This way, you can know exactly what you will be getting into before completing the purchase. These reports can be beneficial for both homebuyers and sellers at any point in the real estate process because it acts as an extra level of quality assurance.
If we find the presence of any kind of wood destroying insect as we collect data for the report, we can also help to treat and clear the property of these insects, so they won’t cause any further issues for the property. Beyond offering our services for a wood destroying insect report, we can also offer any pest, rodent, or insect removal and treatments that are sure to be lasting and effective for your property.
Don’t buy a home that is infested with wood destroying insects or existing damage. Give us a call to get your wood destroying insect report today before you complete your purchase.
At New Horizon Pest Solutions, we provide wood destroying insect reports in Apex, Smithfield, Fuquay-Varina, Wake Forest, Willow Springs, Rolesville, Carrboro, Chapel Hill, Durham, Garner, Knightdale, Holly Springs, Cary, and Raleigh, North Carolina.