Home Inspection Service
This is a thorough visual inspection of the entire house, from exterior (roofing and drainage systems, exterior siding, windows, foundation walls, property grading, etc.) to interior (HVAC, electrical, plumbing systems, visible structural elements in the home, etc.). Concerns and issues will be noted in your comprehensive inspection report that we print out and give to you on-site that same day.
Emergency Shut Off Tags
Cost Estimate Guide
Seasonal Maintenance Checklist
Customer Satisfaction Commitment
In addition to what is covered in the Plus inspection, the Premium inspection adds the use of infrared scanning to detect hidden moisture as well as overheating electrical systems. This inspection also offers an appliance recall check that provides you with any current or on-going recall alerts on the major appliances within the home, and it provides a lifetime maintenance advisory service.
All features of the Plus Inspection +
Lifetime Maintenance Advisory Service
Emergency Shut Off Tags
Enhanced Customer Satisfaction Commitment
This extremely comprehensive inspection gives you all the benefits of the Premium inspection, as well as testing for the most common allergens and molds found in a home…some of which are specifically associated with toxins and water damage.
All features of the Premium Inspection +
(Healthy Home Package)
Sample testing for molds and common allergens
Results are provided by a certified third party laboratory
One report that is easy to read and understand
RADON GAS TESTING
The Surgeon General of the United States has warned that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today, and the EPA recommends that you know what the indoor radon level is in any home you consider buying. Our testing will let you know if it’s a concern in your home. For more information on Radon, read this article.
The only true way to know the condition of your sewer line is through a video inspection. A sewer scope professional films the underground sewer line from the home to main sewer line in order to detect hidden problems, allowing you to avoid costly repairs and/or nasty sewage backups.
We first do a walk around visual inspection of your home or building to determine if the EIFS has been installed per industry standards. We then perform some non-invasive moisture testing at the surface to determine where the moisture intrusion is occurring. We will then probe the high moisture level areas through the finish coat to determine the moisture level of the wood framing behind the EIFS and to try to determine the amount of damage to the wood, if any. Our reports will include detailed photos of the affected areas and descriptions of the areas that are in need of repair or further invasive testing. (Note: This testing is for EIFS only inspections)