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Are you buying or selling a home? Give us a call for a home inspection on the property. Buyer’s will be able to see any potential problems within the home and protect their investment. We offer in depth reports with photographs and use state of the art technology to detect any and all defects. Seller’s who have a home inspection report on hand for a buyer are better able to close the sale. Don’t wait, give us a call and we can give you a free quote based on the square footage of your home.
We inspect the following areas in all of our home inspections:
♦ Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation
♦ Deck & Patio
♦ Driveway & Walkways
♦ Electrical System
♦ Exterior (siding, doors, windows, soffits, fascias)
♦ Fireplace & Chimney
♦ Foundation & Crawl Space
♦ HVAC Systems
♦ Interior (doors, windows, walls, floors, ceilings, stairs)
♦ Plumbing System
♦ Roofing System (including gutters & downspouts)
♦ Structural Components
Inspecting business properties are completely different from a regular home. There are certain licenses that the inspector must have in order to complete a commercial inspection. Having a certified commercial inspection is usually required for opening or transitioning a business. We inspect your commercial property so that you can see any errors and make sure everything is up to code. Commercial inspections will also help you save money by getting an idea of the energy consumption or electricity of your property.
If you are curious about a potential mold problem in your home, feel free to give us a call. Mold can’t always be spotted by the human eye and requires specific technology like thermal imaging to see. If a potential mold problem isnt taken care of early, then you may have to pay for a large remediation service, which can cost thousands of dollars. Additionally, mold can cause serious health problems for you and your family. Ask about a mold inspection in combination with a regular home inspection for special rates.
New Construction Inspections
While a home is being constructed, you may want us to keep an eye on the build. During pre and post drywall, we inspect everything from electrical units to insulation deficiencies. There are many things that could potentially be wrong during the construction process that you wont have any easy time fixing after the project is complete. Protect your investment with a new construction inspection for peace of mind during the early stages of the property build.
Roof, electrical, HVAC, and plumbing are the four items that we inspect on this particular inspection. Most insurance companies wants to know if an older home has been well maintained, and the major systems are in good working condition. This is not a safety inspection. In addition to the written report, the inspector will take photos of each of the major systems to provide to the insurance company.
Some inspections like insurance inspections are to protect your home in the first year of use. Problems that may not have been caught on the initial inspection that only appear because time has passed, should not be a burden on you. Our insurance inspections protect your newly purchased property and allow the insurance company to continue with your investment loan on the home.
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