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 email and review with you on-site that same day. *Recommended: For Infrared Scanning of walls and ceilings, as well as an appliance recall check - please choose the 'Gold' Inspection!
We recommend our Gold Home Inspection Package for the best value and more thorough results. In addition to what is covered in the Silver inspection, the Gold 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 that will notify you via email of new recalls and allow for included appliances to be updated/replaced.
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.
Sewer-scoping the line can reveal blockages, damage to the pipe system, and other problems, which are vital for homeowners and home buyers to be aware of.
This extremely valueable add-on to our Silver and Gold Inspection Packages includes testing for the most common allergens and molds found in a home…some of which are specifically associated with toxins and water damage.
Contaminated drinking water can be a threat to anyone’s health and this can be especially true for young children. Although public water systems are regulated by the Safe Drinking Water Act of 1974, deterioration or damage to a home or building’s supply lines can at times allow contaminants to populate the drinking water supply. Contaminated materials may also have also been used during the manufacturing of water supply distribution systems such as service lines and pipes. In addition, materials utilized throughout a building’s plumbing system, including fixtures, fittings, solders and fluxes can also be a source of contamination.
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