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Infrared Scan

Comprehensive Infrared Camera Scans to Find Hidden Leaks, Areas of Missing Insulation, Overheating Electrical Components, & More.

Termite Inspection

Termite Inspections to Find These Wood-Destroying Insects So You Can Get Pest Control Treatment Before They Cause Structural Damage to the House.

Radon Measurement

Radon Measurement to Find Out if You Have High Levels of This Lung Cancer-Causing Gas so You Can Take Steps to Get it Lowered to a Safe Level.

Meth Sampling

Meth Sampling to Check if There is Meth Residue in the House That Could Cause Severe Health Problems if Not Cleaned & Decontaminated.

Mold Sampling

Mold Sampling – Both Air & Swab Methods – to Determine if Mold is a Problem in the House so That it Can Be Cleaned & You Can Breathe Easy.

Frequently Asked Questions


Your home inspection includes checking the exterior, roof, foundation, interior, plumbing, electrical, appliances, heating, and cooling systems. You will also receive a 90-day warranty on structural, mechanical, mold, sewer lines, and water lines, as well as a 5 year roof protection plan. For an additional fee we can also do an infrared camera scan, termite inspection, radon measurement, sprinkler system check, meth test, asbestos test, lead paint test, and mold test.

A visual, non-invasive inspection of the various systems and components in the home. Cosmetic items and minor issues are not included. You should not expect your inspector to find everything wrong with the house or predict future conditions on what could go wrong. You should expect to find problems not identified in your report.

You will receive a report that is approximately 25-60 pages in length. It will include photos of shutoff locations, appliance manufacturer labels, as well as problem areas the inspector wants to point out. You will usually receive the report the same day depending on the number of issues with the home.

It is best for buyers to come once the inspection is completed so that they can walk through or review the report and findings with the inspector. This is usually the last half-hour of the scheduled time for the inspection.

The home inspection time varies depending on the size of the house and the number of issues that it has. The average inspection takes 2-3 hours including the walk through and report review.

No house is perfect. If the inspector identifies problems, it doesn’t mean you should or shouldn’t buy the house, only that you will know in advance what to expect. If your budget is tight, or if you don’t want to become involved in future repair work, this information will be important to you. If major problems are found, a seller may agree to make repairs. These items should be discussed with your real estate agent in the negotiation phase after the home inspection.