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Visual signs of wood-destroying insects: Live or dead insect specimens. Mud tubes, or shelter tubes. Tiny holes in wood (bore/exit holes) Visible damage to wood and structures. Hollow, blistering, or darkening wood. Peeling or bubbling paint on wooden surfaces. Discarded termite swarmer wings near doors and windowsills.
The NPMA-33 WDI inspection report is only used to report activity or damage from wood destroying insects that, for the purposes of this report, include termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and reinfesting wood boring beetles.
WDIR stands for Wood Destroying Insect Report, which covers specific species such as carpenter ants, carpenter bees, termites, and wood-boring beetles. This report is different from a home inspection that covers structural elements of the building in need of repair, which usually occurs at least 30 days before closing.
What is a wood infestation report? Also known as a "termite letter," an official Georgia Wood Infestation Inspection Report documents any visible signs of active or previous infestations of subterranean termites, dry wood termites, powder post beetles, wood-boring beetles or wood-decaying fungi.
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