Inspecting the physical condition of a house is an important part of the home-buying process and should be included in your purchase contract as a condition of closing the sale. Our professional inspectors will look for defects or malfunctions in the building’s structure, systems, and physical components, such as the roof, plumbing, electrical and heating/cooling systems, floor surfaces and paint, windows and doors, and foundation.
Radon is a cancer-causing radioactive gas. You cannot see, smell or taste radon, but it may be a problem in your home. Testing is the only way to know your home’s radon levels. There are no immediate symptoms that will alert you to the presence of radon. It typically takes years of exposure before any problems surface. If your home has high concentrations of radon there are ways to reduce it to acceptable levels.
Offering the complete
picture of your new home
- Electronic Reporting
Using the Proprietary Inspection So ware program, it produces a report that can be both printed and emailed.
- Complete Summary
The software produces a summary that can be shared immediately following the inspection. Detailed full report would be completed and sent within 24 hours.
I have completed a month long training course and am certified by ICA (Inspection Certification Associates). 120 hours of course work in addition to the life long experience assisting with and then conducting my own renovations.
- Quick Response Time
I can conduct an inspection within 24- 48 hours and complete report within 24 hours after inspection.
- Unbiased Inspection
Nearly anything is repairable and even seemingly large issues can be worked through. My goal is to facilitate a sale and increase customer satisfaction by making an informed purchase. Giving the customer reassurance to move ahead with the home they have selected.
Get to know the real
condition of your
Buying a home is one of the largest financial decisions a typical person makes. There are many issues that require a lot of the buyer’s time and attention, such as locating the right house, obtaining financing, arranging the logistics of moving, and often selling their existing house. One issue that must not get lost in the shuffle is accurately determining and evaluating the condition of the house you will be buying. All too frequently, buyers discover “surprises” about their new house within weeks or months of moving in, such as water issues, roof leaks, or mold. To reduce the risk of unwanted surprises, it is critical for the buyer to obtain an independent and unbiased assessment of the home’s condition.