We aim to provide you with solid information about the present condition of your home. Buying a house is often the biggest decision someone will ever make and we are here to help you during that process.
We are here to work for you. Using Modern technology and techniques we will thoroughly inspect your home and provide you with a detailed report on it’s present condition
What’s included in your certified home inspection:
Residential Inspection Package
Interactive digital inspection report
FREE Thermal imaging scan
Home maintenance manual
In-person summary at the end of the inspection
Our Mold Inspections
A mold inspection includes a visual inspection of the property for evidence of visible mold and water intrusion. We also include 3 air samples that will be sent to a laboratory for evaluation, however, additional air or surface samples may be recommended on a situational basis. Our Mold Inspection Report will be delivered within 48 hours. complete with lab analysis and recommendations.
As an interNACHI® infrared certified company we use thermal imaging equipment to look for problems that are invisible to the naked eye. A full thermal scan of your home is included free of charge with your mold inspection.
When should you get a Mold Inspection?
When Buying a House
Whenever you purchase a house, it’s important to have your new home inspected for mold, not only to protect your investment as a buyer but help you determine the home’s worth.
Sensitive individuals may be adversely affected by the presence of Mold in a home. Mold can exacerbate symptoms similar to asthma or allergies. While medical conditions should be diagnosed by a medical professional, our mold inspections can offer you the peace of mind in knowing whether mold is present or not.
After Mold Remediation
Verifying the effectiveness of mold remediation work is the last and most important step in dealing with a mold problem.
Our Sewer Scopes
A sewer scope inspection is a visual inspection of the buildings lateral sewer line from the building drain all the way to the city main sewer using a specialized camera system. A sewer scope inspection is used to identify lateral line material and to locate any potential defects in the sewer line that may compromise the integrity or serviceability of the building sewer.
Common defects located during a sewer scope inspection include, crushed pipes, separated joints, root intrusion, cracks, blockages, corrosion, belly and sags, and much more.