Trust H & H Inspection Services to help you protect one of your biggest investments by managing your termite inspection.
If you are buying, selling, or financing a house, you will most likely need a WDI (Wood Destroying Insect) Report. H & H Inspection will provide you with a WDI Report after completing a termite (and other wood destroying insects) inspection for your home. If a WDI Report is required, your mortgage broker or real estate agent will let you know.
If you need a termite inspection, we only schedule trained, certified, licensed and insured termite inspectors that will look for visible signs of termite infestation, including wood damage, mud tubes, discarded wings, termite exit holes and termite droppings.
During the inspection, notes will be taken to review common termite entry points and look for signs of an infestation. After your inspection, you will receive a report highlighting what activity was found (if any) and recommendations to prevent termite infestations. Implementing the right prevention program can save you time and money as well.
Eastern subterranean termites are present throughout Pennsylvania and often damage structural timbers in buildings. When this damage becomes evident it is usually the result of years of infestation. Thus, damage by termites is not a sudden onslaught that will cause a building to collapse in a few days. Generally, termite problems only occur some years after construction – usually 10 years or more.