Home Inspection Services
A Quality Home Inspector - Visually Inspects Every Aspect of Your Home.
Pre-List Inspection “Certified Seller”
Thinking of selling your home? Let us inspect it before you even list it. A “Move-In Certified” Seller Inspection alerts you to any potential defects or issues with your home, so that you can address them before prospective buyers discover them. You can then take the time you need to obtain reasonable repair estimates and avoid 11th-hour negotiations or possible delays. Justify your full asking price by having a Move-In Certified Seller Inspection today.
We inspect the structure, systems, and components of the home, inside and out, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology.
As state-licensed Certified Professional Inspectors, we adhere to comprehensive Residential Standards of Practice and compile our findings in an easy-to-read report which will include detailed descriptions and high-resolution photos of any issues we’ve discovered. All this within 24 hours!
Condo / Townhome
Buying a condo or town-home? We’ll inspect your property to make sure you know the condition of as many areas as possible, even “Common Elements” issues that may be found. This inspection also helps you understand your property so you can know where to turn off the water in an emergency, understand how to clean the clothes dryer exhaust ducts, change the air filters, etc. This inspection will be a course in home-ownership.
Manufactured / Mobile Home Inspection
We also inspect manufactured and mobile homes. These properties are similar to a general inspection, but they have some special areas of concern. Not only do manufactured homes have different materials and fabrication methods, they are also more vulnerable to the elements. Adding the complication of these properties, some systems are neither visible nor accessible. Nonetheless, we will make sure your home is up to code!
Mold can be found just about anywhere in your house or office. If there is a musty, earthy smell in your home or you can see discoloration on your walls, floors, or ceilings, these may be potential signs of a mold problem. You need a certified mold inspector to run tests in order to determine what type of mold it is and what remediation steps may be necessary. We will perform indoor air quality testing and surface testing in effected areas.
Thermography measures surface temperatures by using infrared pictures. These tools see light that is in the heat spectrum. Images on the video or film record the temperature variations of the building’s “skin”, ranging from white for warm regions to black for cooler areas. The resulting images help the inspector determine whether insulation is needed. They also serve as a quality control tool, to ensure that insulation has been installed correctly.