Our home inspector specializes in residential services. Each inspection will include determining if there are smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, along with a gas leak inspection. Please review the following list to determine which service is best for you. If you’re not sure, please contact us!
When you need to know if you can turn a house into your home, our Buyer’s Inspection service is your best bet. We will thoroughly inspect the entire home, including:
- Roof System
- Walks and Driveways
- Water Faucets
- Light Fixtures and Outlets
- Electric Service
- Eaves and Soffits
- Installed Appliances
- Heating and Cooling
- Structural Components
Pre-Listing / Seller’s Inspection
If you want to sell your home, the best place to start is with our Seller’s Inspection service. During this inspection, we’ll find the pros and cons of your property. This will give you the opportunity to repair or replace anything we find. Alternatively, you can choose to disclose the information. Therefore, nothing your buyer’s inspector finds will be a surprise.
New Construction Inspection
Before you move in, be sure to get us to look at your newly constructed property. We’ll look for any issues that occurred during construction, including common contractor shortcuts. This will make you much more confident when it’s time to start moving your stuff in.
Home Maintenance Inspection
If you want to keep your home in great shape, you’ll need to schedule our Home Maintenance Inspection service. During this service, we’ll check your home’s systems to make sure everything is still running smoothly. As an added bonus, if you book these inspections regularly, you’ll have a better idea if a system is ready to fail. This can save you a lot of time and money in the long run.
Taking some time to get the home Re-Inspected before you sign off on it is definitely in your best interests. Not only do we make sure your home repair addendum was completed, but we also look for any last-minute issues. Protect yourself with a Re-Inspection!
Radon can’t be seen, smelled, or tasted, but it could be lurking inside your future home. This poisonous gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths, but it can take years for the cancer to develop. Avoid any problems with radon by having your home tested. If radon is found, this issue can be resolved relatively quickly.