We provide digital reports using HomeGauge software with visual, thermal, and diagram images that identify defects or deficiencies in a format that is easy to read and understand. As Certified Home Inspectors, we do not consider our job complete until you understand everything provided in your report.
The most in-depth inspection designed to give you a clear and unbiased report on the condition of your home. It allows the buyer to be informed about the potential problem areas of a particular home.
We will thoroughly inspect the readily accessible areas of the commercial property for any defects in the structure or installed mechanical systems.
The benefits to having your home inspected before listing it are being able to control possible repair costs and fixing the little issues before they become big issues.
If you are buying a new construction home, you can have it inspected during various stages of the construction process, including slab, frame, and final inspection.
This crucial 11th-month inspection will help to ensure any covered defects in materials or workmanship are discovered before they become your financial responsibility.
Infrared Thermal Imaging allows us to locate moisture behind the walls, beneath the floors and above the ceilings. We use infrared imaging with every inspection at no extra cost.
We inspect the visible (above water) pool including assessment of the physical condition of accessible decking, coping, walkways, and other surfaces, exposed electric and plumbing components, the filter and heater, if applicable.
Mold tests can help you find hidden mold, measure your indoor air quality and identify what species of mold is in your home. It's best to have mold testing performed for you by a qualified mold professional.
Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas. You cannot see, smell or taste radon, but it may be a problem in your home. We use a detailed continuous-monitoring device that provides hourly and average readings.
Our standard home inspection includes an evaluation of the visible and accessible interior and exterior features of the structure, its systems and components.
A home inspection is not technically exhaustive and does not imply that every defect will be discovered - especially areas that are not in clear view.