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Home Inspection Services

The home inspection process takes between two to four hours. We encourage clients to partake in the last 30 minutes of the inspection to review, ask questions, and understand the inspection outcome.

The assessment includes all visible and accessible inside and out structures from the foundation to the roof, using the latest residential standards of practice, tools, and technology. Lastly, an inspection report, which includes descriptions with photos of issues, will be emailed 24 hours after the assessment. Client questions after receipt of the inspection report are always welcome.

Home Inspection  

Anyone planning to sell their home should consider a seller's pre-listing inspection before putting a home on the market. There are numerous benefits to providing a condition report to buyers early. Below are a few of the benefits you can expect.

  • · Identifies issues before a buyer does so the seller can take corrective action.

  • · Pre-inspected homes sell quicker and bring more buyers to the table.

  • · Creates buyer confidence, so they can make a solid offer.

  • · Enhances the overall selling process and pricing negotiations

Sellers Pre-listing Home Inspection

Even the most vigilant homeowner can, from time to time, miss a maintenance issue or overlook performing the seasonal maintenance that’s required to maintain a home. An annual home maintenance inspection is a great resource to ensure problems are brought to the forefront before it becomes a more significant issue down the road. Whether you are a first-time homeowner, an individual with multiple residences, or someone who owns investment properties, an annual home maintenance inspection is a great way to maintain your investment.

Annual Home & Investment Property Maintenance Inspection 
Radon Testing

Radon is a naturally occurring environmental gas and the second leading cause of lung cancer deaths in the U.S. The Surgeon General and the Environmental Protection Agency recommend testing for radon as one out of fifteen homes tests at unsafe levels indoors. Testing for radon is the only way to find out if the home is at a safe level. Millions of Americans test for radon every year to ensure healthy air quality for their families.  

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