Our services constitute a visual home inspection of the accessible systems. Our Certified Home Inspector inspects properties of all sizes and ages and all of our reports meet the InterNACHI Standards of Practice (SOP).
We use a moisture meter around the home during the home inspection to help analyze moisture levels and help us determine moisture intrusion.
The infrared camera picks up on both excessive heat and heat loss through the home. These images can help detect moisture intrusion and insulation needs.
Carbon monoxide cannot be seen, smelled or otherwise detected and needs professional equipment in order to detect. We use a carbon monoxide meter on all of our home inspections.
Gas leaks can be difficult to pinpoint and are extremely dangerous. We use a combustible gas detector to help us determine exactly where the leak is occurring during the home inspection if there is one.
There is no need to stress about the possibility of costly repairs after the purchase of your new home. It is our job to help you, the buyer, understand the weaknesses of a home and its components so you can make any repair requests before closing. Our Certified Home Inspector will make sure that you understands how the home functions and how the systems of the home operate so you can feel confident and ready to keep up the home.
A Pre-Listing Inspection can be a great tool for sellers (especially in a competitive market) to understand the strengths and weaknesses of their property. This will help them resolve any issues before listing, as well as give them the information needed to effectively price their home. A Pre-Listing Home Inspection can also warrant good will and help the buyers understand that the seller is forthright in presenting the strengths and weaknesses of the property.
A New Construction Inspection can be an important (often overlooked) part of a new home build. Contractors works fast, and usually have multiple projects going on simultaneously. We check to make sure that all major and minor aspects of the building are intact and as they should be. The New Construction Inspection takes place before final walkthrough with the builder, so any items found can be addressed.