Certified Professional Inspection Services
Thorough. Detailed. Accurate.
Starting at $300
Buying a home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. Before you buy, you should have a home inspection to avoid potentially costly repairs that would otherwise go undetected until they become even more costly. This is our typical home inspection that catches common defects so you understand the investment you’re making.
Starting at $300
Some homeowners want to make repairs to their house before they put it on the market and will make repairs using their inspection report as a baseline reference. Please understand that most buyers will still want to perform their own inspection even if the seller has already had an inspection done.
Starting at $250
Getting a condo inspection isn’t something that people always think about, but it is just as important as getting a home inspection on a residential home. Condos can have many of the same issues that homes can have, so it is important to make sure that the area is a safe place to live!
A 4-Point Inspection is a basic evaluation of four critical areas of a home—the HVAC systems, the roofing system, the electrical system, and the plumbing system. This inspection is often required by insurers before they’re willing to issue or renew a policy on an older home.
Sometimes the weather can take a turn for the worse, but that doesn’t mean that you should fear for your home’s ability to hold up to the elements. There are countless wind mitigation methods that can drastically reduce the risk of damage to your home. We’ll carefully evaluate a property and report on which implements are in place—potentially qualifying you for numerous insurance credits.
The purpose of an infrared scan is to find hidden issues and catch them before they become a major problem. Thermal imaging is an advanced & newer technology that inspectors use to get temperature details about a home, and assess how protected against environmental elements the home is. With the use of our infrared camera, we can help identify moisture, insulation, electrical, HVAC concerns, and more.
Pool inspections should be done before buying a house with a pool. A pool inspection is very important because pools require constant maintenance. Pool repairs can be expensive, so if you buy a home with a pool, make sure you do some research first. Be sure want to ask about the pool’s history, how much it costs to maintain the pool, and whether there are any known problems. Let us give will give you the inside scoop.
While most types of mold aren’t toxic, they can still cause health problems if they aren’t taken care of. Ensure your home is free from toxic mold by having a professional inspector inspect your property for you.
A water quality test is performed by an inspector who looks for contaminants in the water supply. While public water systems must test and treat their water before distributing it, these tests only cover water that hasn’t left the treatment plant. Before your water enters your home’s supply line, it travels through miles of pipes. Some of these pipes might be in poor condition or they could contain lead. The inspector checks for pH levels, fluoride levels (which may be too high), mineral contaminants (including iron, arsenic, and lead), and heavy metals (such as copper and lead).
Are sinks and tubs emptying too slowly? We use a special camera to scope the sewer line to visualize any blockages that are interfering with the plumbing system’s proper drainage. Finding and addressing such problems now can head off catastrophic and expensive repairs later.
We have teamed up with Russell Pest Solutions for WDO Inspections.
Let us make the closing process a lot easier to navigate! A certified home inspector can be a true ally in helping you make the right decision for the future. Bring us in, and we’ll put your worries to rest.