No matter the age, all homes should be inspected. Even new construction can hide problems not visible to the untrained eye. This is where our Certified inspectors can come to the rescue in evaluating the structural and mechanical systems of your new or existing home.
We have a wealth of knowledge to offer in all aspects of home construction, even electrical and mechanical. Major and minor deficiencies and the condition of the property will be disclosed immediately following your inspection in a 30 - 40 page digital report. Pictures are taken through out the inspection and will be included in your report.
A home inspection is a history of the home. It is an experienced and professional opinion of the current condition and the construction. Our inspectors off you a true professional inspection of the property and a peace of mind you can live with.
Foundation, Building Support
Service, Overcurrent, Protection and Grounding
Functional Supply, Flow & Drainage
All Visible Sources
Central Heating & Cooling
Condition, Operation and Ductwork
Gas Leak Detection
Fireplace, Furnace, Range and Piping
Rooms, Kitchen, Bathrooms, Attic, Basement or Crawlspace
Roof, Siding, Foundation, Garage and Grade
Senior Citizen Inspection Services: We understand senior citizens have limited mobility. That's why we are happy to offer help. Any seniors that elect to have work performed and are unable to visually inspect the work/services completeed by another company, can choose to have us take a look. We can insure that the best services have been received. Ask about our special discount pricing for this service.
Radon: (Not Included With Standard Home Inspection)
Radon is a radioactive gas that you can't see, smell or taste. It comes from the earth itself, rising up all around us, part of the natural chain of radioactive decay: uranium decaying to radium, then to radon gas, finally to radioactive lead.
The EPA action level is 4 Pico curies of radon per liter of air (4.0pCi/L) Readings below 4.0 are acceptable and reading above 4.0 are not.
Can Radon be harmful? Yes. The EPA estimates that up to 20,000 lung cancer deaths each year may be caused by long term radon exposure.
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