Services We Perform:

  • Pre-purchase home inspection – BUYERS (with infrared thermal imaging)
  • Thermal Imaging (infrared)

  • Pre-sale home inspection – SELLERS (Move-In Ready Certified)
  • New construction inspection
  • Remodeling/renovation

  • Final walk through
  • Home maintenance inspection
  • Home warranty inspection
  • Condo Association Maintenance Inspections
  • Radon Testing

Our Home Inspections Include:

  • Roof materials and flashings
  • Soffits, eaves and fascias
  • Gutters and downspouts
  • Vents, chimneys and roof penetrations
  • Decks, porches, windows, walkways and railings
  • Surrounding grading with respect to drainage
  • Basements, foundations and crawlspaces
  • Water penetration issues
  • Foundation cracks caused by movement
  • Electrical service entrance
  • Main disconnect / breakers and fuses
  • Service panel grounding and bonding
  • Electrical outlets (GFCIs and AFCIs)
  • Main water and gas shut-off valves
  • Heating and cooling systems
  • Plumbing fixtures and faucets
  • Toilets, sinks and disposals
  • Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats
  • Fireplace damper door and hearth
  • Insulation and ventilation
  • Garage doors, safety sensors and openers
  • Other components

Pre-Sale Inspections

For sellers, we offer pre-purchase home inspections so that there are no surprises when you put your home up for sale.

We call this “Move In Certified”

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Thermal Imaging (Infrared)

Our eyes are limited as to what colors and wavelengths we can see. Thermal imaging uses infrared sensors to see wavelengths our eyes can’t see. In particular, thermal imaging allows the user to see temperature differences in materials and structural components. With this technology, the trained inspector can detect issues and problems not visible to the naked eye. Combine this technology with a knowledge of building sciences and the inspection can reveal defects which undetected could cost hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Commonly found defects:

  • Water leaks and moisture penetration around doors and windows
  • Damp or wet walls and flooring from hidden plumbing leaks
  • Missing or inadequate insulation in ceilings, walls and attics
  • Electrical issues, over heated components caused by improper or faulty wiring
  • Air infiltration causing higher utility bills due to loss of heat or cooling