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Home Inspection

Buyer's Inspection

Our residential property inspection thoroughly investigates the condition of a home’s visible and readily accessible areas. While we’re still on the property, we’ll email you a full digital report of our findings so that you can start building on your knowledge of the home right away.

We inspect the following areas of the home:

  • Roofing System (including gutters and downspouts)

  • Foundation & Crawl Spaces

  • Structural Components

  • Exterior Features (doors, windows, siding)

  • Driveways & Walkways

  • Deck & Balcony

  • Garage

  • Grading & Drainage

  • Interior Features (doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, stairs)

  • Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation

  • Electrical System

  • Heating & Cooling Systems

  • Plumbing System

  • Built-in Appliances

All Our Inspections Utilize The Most Modern Technology Tools
  At no extra cost, we may use the following tools as necessary to ensure a thorough and accurate inspection. 

Thermography - Camera

Infrared Thermography uses an infrared camera to detect moisture intrusion, electrical issues, plumbing leaks, and defective areas of the home that may be causing energy loss.

Foundation Level

Foundation Level – a zip level is used to ensure that a home’s foundation hasn’t become sunken or sloped over time.

Sewer Scope

Sewer Scope - Our 9-inch sewer inspection camera with a 720p camera can provide you with a visual reference of the condition of pipes. 

Aerial Drone Photography

Aerial Drone Photography - a drone is piloted remotely from the ground in order to inspect roofing systems that are too unsafe to walk normally.

Pre-Listing Inspection

Scheduling an inspection service before listing your home can significantly benefit the negotiation process and make the transaction less stressful. We will examine the readily accessible areas of your home and identify any defects or maintenance needs. This will allow you to make any necessary repairs and improvements before listing. Even if you choose not to work on the home before listing, you can still be transparent with prospective buyers about the findings of our inspection. This will help you avoid any undesirable consequences during negotiations with buyers.

Month of January

Builder's Warranty Inspection
Or 11-Month Warranty 

It is advisable for a homeowner to schedule an 11th Month Warranty Inspection before the 1-year warranty of a new home expires. During this inspection, we will thoroughly examine each visible and easily accessible area of the home to identify any potential defects or safety issues that require attention. As per your warranty agreement, certain repairs may not fall under your financial responsibility, which can save you both money and a lot of trouble.

Home Inspections

New Construction Inspection

Buying a brand new home is an exciting time, but it’s still necessary to take precautions that will ensure the home is in good condition before moving in. You should schedule this inspection prior to the builder’s final walkthrough so that we can comprehensively evaluate the home before the transaction is final. If we happen to turn up any issues related to safety or defective materials, there will still be a window of time to seek out solutions.

Additional Inspection Services

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