When you hire us, you get a Certified Master Inspector, which is a professional designation available only to qualifying inspectors who must complete 1,000 fee-paid inspections; been in business for at least 3 years; agree to abide by the inspection industry's toughest code of ethics; agree to periodic criminal background checks.
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Heating & Air Conditioning
The home’s vents, flues, and chimneys should be inspected. The inspector should be able to tell you the water heater’s age, its energy rating, and whether the size is adequate for the house. They should also describe and inspect all the central air and through-wall cooling equipment.
Plumbing & Electrical
They should thoroughly examine the water supply and drainage systems, water heating equipment, and fuel storage systems. Drainage pumps and sump pumps also fall under this category. Poor water pressure, banging pipes, rust spots, or corrosion can indicate larger problems.
Roof & Attics
A good inspector will provide very important information about your roof, including its age, roof draining systems, buckled shingles, and loose gutters and downspouts. They should also inform you of the condition of any skylights and chimneys as well as the potential for pooling water.
Basement & Crawl Space
A crawlspace with adequate clearance is one of the few areas of the home that a home inspector might miss. Basement walls should be checked for signs of termite tubes.
Garage & Fireplace
Inspecting and cleaning fireplaces and chimneys is essential for safety and efficiency. Garages can be checked for wood eating bugs.
Kitchen & Baths
Your inspector should take a close look at walls, ceilings, appliances, & floors; steps, stairways, & railings; countertops & cabinets; & garage systems. These areas can reveal leaks, insect damage, rot, construction defects & more.
Structure & Foundation
Your home inspector should be prepared to conduct a thorough foundation and structural inspection and issue a written report.
Free Flood Zone Check
Your home’s flood risk can change over time due to weather patterns, land development, and erosion. Our inspections include a free check!
Additional Services Offered
Oil Tank Sweep, Video Sewer Inspection, Condo / Coop Inspection, and Maintenance Inspection.
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