Nobody wants to get stuck with a money pit when buying a home. During the Buyer’s Inspection, we uncover issues in the home that buyers should be aware of and help them come to an understanding of the property’s repair needs and how to operate it after purchase.
A Pre-Listing Inspection can help sellers become more acquainted with their property before putting it on the market. We help sellers identify the issues in the home that can be repaired before listing and help them understand how to communicate about the home in a way that is honest and professional with potential buyers.
New Construction Inspection
Before the final walk-through with the builder takes place, a New Construction Inspection can help ensure that a new home is move-in ready. We will inspect the home for oversights made during the building process so that they can be promptly addressed.
New Construction Phase Inspections
During New Construction Phase Inspections, we inspect a property at different important phases of the building process to check for defects before the builder moves on. This helps the builder address issues that could be getting hidden away behind finishing materials.
A Re-Inspection takes place after the repairs requested during the Buyer’s Inspection have been made. We return to the home with this list of repairs, ensuring that buyer and seller understand if all agreements were met and checking that the repairs are up to standard.
Multi-Family Property Inspection
We offer Multi-Family Property Inspections to ensure that a building and all of its individual units are safe and defect-free.
Home Maintenance Inspection
A Home Maintenance Inspection helps homeowners stay one step ahead of the issues in their home. We thoroughly inspect the property to find maintenance issues that can be repaired now, helping the owner avoid these issues becoming major costly damages down the line.
Loan Draw Inspection
During a Loan Draw Inspection, we report on the current condition of the home and its estimated repair needs for your lender.
Radon is a cancer-causing gas that – once it is trapped in a home – is extremely dangerous for anyone exposed to it. Radon cannot be seen or smelled, so we use radon canisters to detect levels in the home.
WDO / Termite Inspection
Termites and other wood-destroying organisms can cause major damage to the wood within a home, especially if not detected early on. During a WDO Inspection, we search the home for the moisture that attracts termites, signs of infestation, and any damage that exists already.
Before using or consuming the water in a home, it is important to have it tested. We offer Water Testing so that you can be sure bacteria and other harmful contaminants aren’t present in your water source.
Well Flow Test
A Well Flow Test helps us determine your well’s water supply. We will test the well on a property to determine its flow rate, or how many gallons per minute are coming out.
Although not visible, a property’s septic system is extremely important. We offer Septic Inspections to help you determine if there are any damages or defects in the system and if its size and condition are appropriate for the home.