This is our typical home inspection that catches common defects so you understand the investment you’re making.
SELLER’S PRE-LISTING INSPECTION
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.
Multi Family Inspections
A Multi-Family Inspection covers: exterior, structure, insulation, venting, moisture, mechanical systems, utilities, living spaces, and garages. This inspection is a non-invasive visual analysis of each unit that we are given access to.
The initial inspection is done, what’s next? The seller will repair some or all of the items that came back on the inspection report. The owner lets you know that the repairs are made and you can move forward with the purchase and set up a closing date. What happens if you buy the house and find out the repairs were not done properly? A re-inspection will help give you peace of mind knowing the repairs were done correctly.
Commercial Lite Inspection
Commercial real estate is a huge investment. Just like when buying a house, it’s a good idea to get an inspection on a commercial property if you’re considering purchasing it. By hiring an inspector to look for issues with the property and prepare the findings in a report, you will have a better idea of the future costs associated with the building – and whether or not to walk away from the deal.
Radon: Partnering with “Radon Detection Specialists"
Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in the US. Make sure you and your family are protected by getting your property inspected.
One way to ensure that a house is built according to its specifications is by performing a pre-drywall inspection. “Pre-drywall” refers to a phase during the homebuilding process just after the installation of certain elements – such as the doors, windows, foundation, flooring, wall and roof components, plumbing and electrical rough-in – and right before the drywall is hung. This in-progress or construction-phase inspection is useful because drywall can obscure some aspects of the interior and make identifying or fixing any problems both difficult and expensive, once the new home is completely finished.
The purpose of an infrared scan is to find issues and catch them before they become a major problem. With the use of our infrared camera, we can help identify moisture, insulation, electrical, HVAC issues, and more. Interior “Infrared Scanning” is Included with every home inspection
Builder’s Warranty Inspection
Most builders offer a one-year warranty on a new home. We perform a full home inspection before the builder’s warranty expires. Just because your home is new doesn’t necessarily mean it is defect free.
Because decks appear to be simple to build, many people do no t realize that decks are, in fact, structures that need to be designed to adequately resist certain stresses. A deck failure is any failure of a deck that could lead to injury, including rail failure, or total deck collapse.
Sewer Scope: Partnering with Private Drain Camera
Having your sewer inspected can save you thousands of dollars from major repairs if issues are not caught early on.