RESIDENTIAL HOME INSPECTION
Our residential property inspections will evaluate all major systems and readily accessible components of the home including:
Foundation and Crawl Spaces
Grading & Drainage
Interior (doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, stairs)
Exterior (doors, windows, siding)
Garage & Carport
Air Conditioning system
Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
Thermal imaging is utilized along with a moisture meter and other specialized tools as necessary to identify suspected issues that may be difficult to confirm with a visual examination alone.
The full inspection report will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the inspection.
Before putting your property on the market, it's wise to have an understanding of its condition. Identifying any potential defects that can be fixed beforehand can prevent unexpected issues that may hinder a successful sale.
Our 5 Point Inspection covers the major components of a property, including the roof, HVAC, exposed foundation, electrical panel, and incoming/outgoing plumbing lines.
Please be advised that this type of inspection is only suitable for single-family homes. If you require an inspection for a multi-unit property, we would be happy to provide you more information.
If you happened to skip a home inspection when you purchased your home, there's no need to fret. We understand that things can slip through cracks during the home buying process.
That's why we're here to help identify potential issues with your property and give you the confidence you need to move forward. We will thoroughly inspect your home and provide you with a detailed report of any findings.
TOOLS WE USE FOR INSPECTION SERVICES
Thermal Imaging Camera for Infrared Scanning
We use a Thermal Imaging Camera as needed with our inspection services. The camera allows us to see heat signatures, which we wouldn’t be able to see with the naked eye, and picks up areas of moisture or heat loss. This helps us find numerous issues, like an overheating electrical panel and hidden moisture intrusion.
HIP Inspection Software
The most important part of any home inspection program is the report. Reports with Home Inspector Pro are designed to be easy to read and to the point. Home buyers and sellers, as well as their real estate agents, have told us that our reports are the easiest they have ever read.
Moisture Meter for Moisture Detection
Using a Moisture Meter, we can detect the levels of moisture in various parts of your home. High levels of moisture can indicate a moisture intrusion issue, which can cause damage to structural materials. It is important to address this issue promptly to prevent further damage.
Hiring a home inspector who uses a drone gives you a birds-eye view of key areas that are ordinarily inaccessible. With a drone, your home inspector can see and photograph the roof in its entirety, noting any damage that may have otherwise gone unnoticed.