The process of buying a home can be overwhelming, we are here to help address questions and concerns.
My complete residential home inspection involves a thorough, non-invasive visual evaluation of a property’s structure and accessible components. When it comes to one of the biggest investments you will make, don't take any chances. Taking the unknown out of home buying. Learn More>
Are you selling a home? This inspection gives you information about defects that might be found later in a buyers inspection. This allows you to address issues before the home is put on the market. Giving you a chance to fix problems before they cause issues when discovered later by a potential buyer. Learn more>
A one-year warranty covers all aspects of your new house up to 30 days prior to your anniversary date. You may submit a one-year warranty form only once so it’s vital that you cover as much as possible. Call us and we can help with a detailed inspection. Learn More>
Termite damage far exceeds harm caused to homes by tornadoes and flooding and rarely is covered by homeowner insurance policies. Most home inspectors often are not thoroughly trained to recognize existing or potential termite damage. Early detection can save homeowners large repair costs. Learn More >
The EPA suggests that all houses, be tested for radon at the point of purchase. The most common method for radon testing during real estate transactions is for the potential buyer to request the radon test to be part of the overall home inspection. Learn More>
Septic and Lagoon Inspections
Septic systems ought to be inspected once a year, including as soon as the house is put on the market for sale. This will enhance the home’s value and avoid any liability issues that might result from a malfunctioning system. Learn More>
As your Home Inspector, we are trained to identify, problematic issues and symptoms of such issues. We may recommend solutions or improvements or refer you to a field specialist.