This is a non-invasive inspection of many different components of the home. A highly trained and certified home inspector will examine the home from the foundation to the roof, where accessible and safe to do so. This includes electrical wiring, plumbing, HVAC equipment, and much more....
Pool & Spa Inspection
In addition to the pool or spa itself, a pool inspector will inspect all of the pool equipment. This includes filters, pumps, heaters, visible plumbing, timers, and any other electrical components involved in the pool's functioning. The goal of a professional inspector is to determine what damage, if any, is affecting the pool.
Mold Inspection & Testing
Mold inspection occurs at the home, where the home inspector conducts a visual inspection of the house. Mold testing occurs at a laboratory from samples taken at the mold inspection. The samples that have been collected are examined in carefully controlled conditions.
The Continuous Radon Tests are conducted through devices that measure the concentration of radon over a period of time, typically 48 hours. Professional inspectors will place the device(s) in the home strategically, based on the home configuration. The device will be sent to a lab for analysis and full report which is provided to the client.
Septic & Well Inspection
All components of the septic system are inspected for structural condition (tank, influent and effluent baffle tees, pumps, floats, etc.). An absorption test is run on the drain field with a minimum of 200 gallons of water to test the system's ability to handle a normal load of wastewater flow.
The inspector will look at the interior and exterior areas of your home, checking for visible signs of a termite infestation, which include: droppings, broken wings, mud tubes, and damaged wood. The inspector will check your baseboards, walls, windows, crawl spaces, door frames, insides of cabinets and closets.
Sewer Camera Inspection
A plumbing camera inspection can detect whether you're dealing with a tree root infiltration; a broken, cracked or collapsed pipe; major blockage of grease, sediment or paper; or sagging pipe causing buildup & eventually blockage.
Oil Tank Sweep
An Oil Tank Sweep is an investigation into the existence or non existence of an underground oil tank using subsurface detection instruments and visual cues. The process includes a scan of the property to detect the existence of an underground mass and a visual inspection of the property and structures.
Commercial & Rental Inspection
Just as with a residential home inspection, a commercial property inspection is intended to provide written documentation that outlines the current state of a given property and identifies issues observed during the inspection. The two unique elements in a commercial property inspection are Cooking Areas and Life Safety
Irrigation & Sprinklers Inspection
Sprinkler systems are prone to leaks and their failures can lead to high water bills and potential damage to your property. Sprinkler system inspection will save you a lot of time & money. This includes visible inspection of the controllers, connections, sprinkler heads, valves, sensors and so on.
Drone Roof Inspection
Crawlspace Bot Inspection
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