INSPECTION SERVICES

 

RESIDENTIAL INSPECTIONS

Inspections involve a home’s major visible, structural and mechanical systems for homeowners and prospective buyers. The items examined in a typical home inspection include the plumbing, electrical, heating and air conditioning systems, foundation, roof, exterior and interior structures and surfaces, and built-in appliances.

RADON INSPECTIONS: 

SHOULD YOU ADD A RADON INSPECTION?:

The answer is YES… Any home can have a radon problem. New and old homes, well-sealed and drafty homes, and homes with or without basements. Nearly 1 out of every 15 homes in the United States is estimated to have an elevated radon level.

RADON INSPECTIONS: 

SHOULD YOU ADD A RADON INSPECTION?:

The answer is YES… Any home can have a radon problem. New and old homes, well-sealed and drafty homes, and homes with or without basements. Nearly 1 out of every 15 homes in the United States is estimated to have an elevated radon level.

WHAT IS A SAFE LEVEL OF RADON GAS?

A safe level of radon gas is no radon gas. Radon gas is a carcinogen which causes lung cancer. The lower the radon level in your home, the lower your family’s risk of lung cancer.” The average person receives a higher dose of radiation from the radon levels in their home than from their combined exposure to all other radiation sources, natural or man-made.

COMMERCIAL INSPECTIONS

To control your risk, you need to look beneath the surface of your building investments, evaluate the property and develop a plan to protect your assets. Our trained professionals employ a broad spectrum of commercial and multi-family inspection experience. Because our inspectors live in the cities we serve, you won’t find better responsiveness or market insight.

COMMERCIAL INSPECTIONS

To control your risk, you need to look beneath the surface of your building investments, evaluate the property and develop a plan to protect your assets. Our trained professionals employ a broad spectrum of commercial and multi-family inspection experience. Because our inspectors live in the cities we serve, you won’t find better responsiveness or market insight.

INVESTOR INSPECTIONS

Most real estate investors get pretty good at assessing the condition of properties over time. This process is a lot tougher for those folks just starting out. One thing that I have found time and time again is that investors underestimate what it is going to cost to flip a property until they gain experience. Spending a couple hundred dollars on the front end can save you thousands down the road in some instances.

POOL & SPA INSPECTIONS

Swimming pools and spas can be enjoyable additions to any home. Not only should the pool equipment be inspected for proper operation, but the equipment should also be inspected.

Other pool and spa concerns include needed repairs or improvements to pumps and heaters, liners, plumbing problems, and more.

Safety concerns include faulty wiring, poorly attached ladders, failing steps, loose railings, dangerous diving boards, and unsafe deck surfaces.