What your Inspection

An inspection identifies problems, and offers solutions! Every inspection includes an evaluation of the visible and accessible major components of the house including:

  • Interior Electrical and Plumbing Systems
  • Roofing and Flashing
  • Walls, Ceilings, Floors Windows and Doors
  • Basement, Crawl Space and Slab Structures
  • Foundation and Framing
  • Subsurface Water Penetration
  • Insulation and Ventilation
  • Exterior Siding

Why Get Inspected?

  • Know what to expect by educating yourself about the condition of your future home
  • Our inspectors are professionals with the practical experience and technical knowledge to assess the condition of your home
  • Our goal is to provide you with an unbiased opinion of the visible and accessible areas of the house at the time of inspection
  • Increase your home’s marketability with an impartial pre-listing inspection report
  • Identify and correct problems early by making necessary repairs prior to listing your house
  • Set a realistic selling price for your home based on information from the inspection report
  • Eliminate last-minute delays because the price has been negotiated and disclosure has been made

What a Radon Inspection

We set up a device that will test the levels of Radon gas in your home. We will then suggest what action you as a homeowner should take next.

Why Get a Radon Inspection?

Radon testing is the only way to know whether your home has high levels of radon, a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer over time. Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that’s produced by decaying uranium. It’s present in nearly all soils, and very low levels of radon are found in the air we breathe every day. The problem occurs when radon gas enters your home and gets trapped. Long-term exposure to high levels of radon can cause lung cancer. The Environmental Protection Agency estimates that lung cancer caused by radon exposure kills about 21,000 Americans every year.

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