A. Yes, we carry a $1,000,000 liability policy insured through Nationwide Insurance.
A. Yes, we are certified by NACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors).
A. The time it takes to complete the inspection will fluctuate based on the size, age and condition of the home. Most home inspections take about 3-4 hours to complete. We welcome our clients to be present during the home inspection. We recommend our clients are present, at minimum, near the end of the inspection. Once the inspection is complete, we spend 20-30 minutes uploading pictures and finalizing notes. We then go over the entire inspection report with you and answer any questions.
A. We offer Thermal Imaging and Radon Testing. We utilize a wearable Carbon Monoxide meter during the entire inspection to check for high levels of Carbon Monoxide in all accessible areas of the home. We also use a Combustible Gas Detector to check for leaks in accessible Natural Gas or Propane supply lines and valves.
A. The price of your home inspection is based on several factors including size/age of the home and foundation type (ie. basement, crawlspace). General Home Inspections range from $275-$400.
A. Thermal imaging is a technology used to detect building performance issues that are not visible to the naked eye. It utilizes a thermographic camera to literally see the temperature of any surface. This allows us to find and report on items like missing insulation or air gaps in walls or ceilings, hidden roof and/or plumbing leaks, hot spots in the electrical system, deficiencies in the Heating/Cooling system and much more…
A. We utilize years of experience, extensive training and the most advance technology available to ensure you get a great home inspection. We also complete your inspection report on-site and always include a 100 day warranty. We also take the time to go over the inspection report and our findings with you before we leave the property.