The Home Inspector Services
General Residential and Condo Inspections
The General Residential and Condo Inspections adhere to the strict Standards of Practice (SOP) as listed by InterNACHI. The following areas and components of the home will be inspected in situations where they are visible and safely accessible:
- Plumbing system
- Electrical system
Additional Inspection Services
A Re-Inspection can be scheduled as a follow-up to a General Inspection. During the re-inspection, the status and quality of new repairs and upgrades will be confirmed.
Pre-Listing Inspections can significantly benefit anyone who is trying to sell a home. These inspections are completed before the home is listed on the market, giving the seller the opportunity to repair and upgrade the home so that it is in its best shape for potential buyers.
Well Water Testing
When your main drinking water source is well water, it is important to have your water tested periodically so that you can be sure that unwanted bacteria or chemicals. The Home Inspector offers well water testing so that you can be sure your family is drinking healthy well water.
If signs of moisture damage are present in the home, a moisture meter will be used to verify the level of moisture present. (Not used during every inspection)
11th Month Warranty Inspection
In order to protect new homeowners from having to pay for defects in construction, many newly built homes are sold with a one-year warranty. Owners who wish to take full advantage of this warranty should have the home inspected during the 11th month so that necessary repairs can be made in the final month.
It’s important to know the levels of radon in the home you are considering purchasing because if they are at unsafe levels it can lead to cancer. The Home Inspector is certified to test for radon. It is recommended to add this test to your home inspection so that if elevated levels are found, mitigation steps can be taken.