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Rigo Pest Prevention Proudly Provides Tucson Agents and Buyers With Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection Reports

For some people, the mere mention of “termite damage” conjures up images of tiny insects with huge teeth dining on weight-bearing wood beams until a home collapses in a heap of sawdust. Thankfully, this is rarely the case.


What is a Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection Report?

When it’s time to purchase a new home, buyers want peace of mind knowing the property is termite-free and that past termite activity has been remediated. A Wood-Destroying Insect Inspection Report (WDIIR) is an inspection report prepared by one of Rigo Pest’s licensed termite inspectors that informs buyers and their lending institutions about the presence of termites and any visible damage they may have caused.

As a protective measure, banks and lending institutions require homes to be inspected for damage from termites or other wood-destroying insects before closing the home sale.


What does an WDIIR cost?

  • $75 for appointment scheduled Monday – Friday
  • $85 for Saturday appointments

What is included in the WDIIR report?

WDIIRs have two pages. The first page provides basic information about the inspection, such as the address of the property, and answers general questions, such as:

  • Are there any obstructions or areas inaccessible to inspection?
  • Is there any visible evidence of infestation or previous treatment?
  • If damage is present, who will correct it?
  • A statement from the inspector describes the inspection’s terms, conditions, and limitations.

The second page of the WDIIR provides more detail. It pinpoints particular areas of concern, such as locations of previous treatment and areas inaccessible to inspection. At the bottom of page two, there is a space outlining the structure’s floor plan, which includes these details. Accuracy matters most because you and your lending institution rely on specific information when deciding whether or not to proceed with a sale.


To schedule a WDIIR Inspection please complete this form: