Serving Des Moines | Cedar Rapids | Davenport
If you’re selling or buying a home, you want to make sure there are no undiscovered pest problems. Springer Professional Home Services is proud to work with home buyers and real estate agents to provide thorough and reliable real estate pest inspections. Ensuring the property you are planning to sell or buy is pest-free is essential, and our inspections can uncover hidden pest problems as well as potential threats that may lead to future ones.
Our experienced technicians are committed to providing the best real estate inspections to make your home-buying process as painless as possible.
Real estate pest inspections
If you are a real estate agent, you know how essential it is to make sure the property you are trying to sell is in tip-top shape. Our inspections are non-invasive, as a professional inspector will search a number of areas, including:
- All readily accessible areas inside the home
- Basements & crawl spaces
- Main living areas
- Sheds & garages
- Rim & floor joists
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Do you need a WDI report?
Wood-destroying insects cost property owners thousands of dollars in damage each year, which is why it’s crucial to receive real estate inspections. Especially useful when buying, selling, or refinancing a home, wood-destroying insect reports (WDI reports) are used to document either the presence or absence of wood-destroying organisms in the property. These reports also often point out potential issues that may lead to future infestations, which is why it’s so important for homeowners and real estate agents to make sure they receive a thorough WDI report in the home buying or selling process.
Thorough real estate pest control
Insect damage can be costly to repair and reconstruct, which is why it’s important to have it inspected first. Once you receive your report from us, you’ll see that it’s either “clear,” which means no visible evidence was found and no immediate treatment is needed or “not clear,” which indicates that the property either had a pest problem in the past (inactive) or has one presently (active). All parties involved will be informed of where the problem was found, and we will give you a detailed estimate with our recommendation for treatment. Call us today to learn more about our real estate inspection process!Back to Residential Pest Control
Real Estate Pest Inspections in Des Moines
Serving Central Iowa since 1989