Full inspection of interior/exterior mechanical and structural features, including the roof, appliances, walls, and floor.
Wood-destroying insects and other organisms are a serious threat to the wooden structural components of a home.
Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas that you cannot see, smell or taste. Any home could have a problem with radon, new or old, well-built or not.
Molds reproduce in the form of tiny spores; the spores are invisible and float through outdoor and indoor air. Mold may begin growing indoors when mold spores land on surfaces that are wet. Mold will grow on any surface when the moisture, temperature and food source are optimum.
A visual inspection with a camera of the main sewer line going from the house to the street. Looking for damage to the main sewer line and overall pipe condition. When main sewer drains are damaged it is normally a very costly expense. We can also scope underground and overhead duct work.
A thermal image of suspicious areas of the home where you are looking for moisture.
A home inspection is a visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house. It helps identify any issues or potential problems that may exist before buying or selling a property.
A home inspection is crucial because it provides you with a detailed understanding of the condition of the property. It helps you make an informed decision about the purchase or sale of a house and can potentially save you from costly repairs in the future.
The duration of a home inspection depends on the size, age, and condition of the house.
It is highly recommended that you be present during the home inspection. This allows you to accompany the inspector, ask questions about the property, and gain a better understanding of the inspection findings. It also provides an opportunity to learn about the maintenance and operation of the house’s system.
While a home inspection is a thorough evaluation of the visible and accessible areas of a property, it cannot guarantee the discovery of all issues. Some problems, such as hidden structural defects, may not be immediately apparent. However, a professional home inspector will do their best to identify any visible concerns.
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