A home inspection can identify many defects, safety issues, and eliminate some future repairs. This information can help a home-buyer or existing home-owner make an accurate decision. A home inspection is not only needed during the buying or selling process. It is important to have an inspection performed on your existing home even if you have no plan to sell it, because all homes require maintenance over time. Having a routine home inspection yearly may save a lot of preventable repair costs. Be sure to hire a certified and trained inspector that has the right tools to get the job done.
A commercial property inspection is an inspection of the whole building on its interior and its exterior, from the roof to the foundation. These inspections are detailed as to the specific condition of items sampled. They would most often include inspections of all surfaces, structures, and equipment within a commercial property. It also includes a comprehensive photo-documented report which will allow you to catch maintenance issues early on. This will ultimately make it more cost-effective to address these issues in a timely manner. Trust a certified and trained inspector to get the job done.
The construction of a home is a big project involving many contractors and suppliers. As the buyer and homeowner, you are the financer and recipient of the final product. It is a complicated project and a huge investment. If you are like most people, this is your biggest investment. Typically, you will rely on the builder throughout the job, and for warranty and service work after completion. The support, advice and information that you will gain from a third party inspection is invaluable though. Do not leave out this important step in the building process. It is well worth the investment.
A rental inspection protects your property from undetected maintenance issues that can cause you a lot of stress and cost you hundreds, if not thousands, of dollars. We protect you from this unnecessary risk with our documented and very detailed inspection report. Using a 3rd party certified inspector will also help eliminate liability to the property manager and home owner for health and safety issues that may be unknown to the tenant, owner or property manager. Recording this inspection will show you are diligently managing your asset and putting tenant safety first. We conduct a full health and safety inspection of your property, ensuring it’s in good condition and up to habitability standards. It includes a comprehensive photo-documented report which will allow you to catch maintenance issues early on, making it more cost-effective to address as needed quickly.
Mold is a serious issue and you must be cautious when dealing with it for health reasons. When the right indoor conditions are present, mold can be very hazardous to your health. EPA studies indicate that the level of indoor mold counts can be two to three times higher than outdoor levels. We have the technology needed to inspect for mold in places you would least expect it to grow. If mold is spotted in your home, we can give you the proper resources to have it removed.
Lead-Based Paint Inspection
Paint doesn’t last forever, and any home built before 1978 will almost certainly have lead-based paint. Even if your home has been painted recently, there is a good chance that underneath a few layers of newer paint is a layer of dangerous lead paint. A lead-based paint inspection can identify chips and dust that are a danger to you and your children.