Single Family Home

Residential Home Inspections

A home inspection is a thorough inspection of a property’s interior and exterior.  Mose often a home inspection is done prior to the sale of a property.  By bringing in a neutral party to inspect the property, a potential buyer will be able to fairly evaluate the condition of a property before purchasing it. Some of the things an inspector will look at include:

  • Outside walls and foundation
  • Internal walls
  • Plumbing
  • Wiring
  • Roof
  • Large appliances
  • Heating and air conditioning systems
  • Garage

All home inspections come with a free detailed report of what our inspector found on the property. This report will be send via email within a few days after the inspection has been completed. To learn more about what we look at in a home inspection take a look at our home inspection checklist.

Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging is the best way to spot problems before they are visible. By using specialized equipment, our inspectors are able to see inside the walls of a home. Thermal inspections use infrared imaging to provide important information relating to otherwise inaccessible areas of a building. Infrared detects extremely small but crucial differences in temperature from one area of a house to another. These temperature variations show up on the camera’s view screen as “cold” or “hot” spots, which reveal hidden problems that often cannot be detected in the course of a traditional visual inspection. These problems may include:

  • Faulty wiring, breakers and fuses
  • Hidden moisture intrusion
  • The moisture sources of mold
  • Pipe and duct work leaks
  • Roof and ceiling leaks
  • Foundation cracks
  • Heat/energy loss
  • Structural concerns
  • Missing insulation
  • Ventilation problems
  • Moisture associated with termite nests
  • Rats, mice and other pests
Thermal Imaging of a House
moldy wall

Mold Inspection

Mold can be a hidden threat to any property.  We offer mold inspections, for residential and commercial property. Our services are often used by individuals, suspect they have a mold problem.  This is most common in properties that have been vacant for a substantial amount of time, or are being sold “as is”. By catching mold early on, you can save thousands of dollars in repairs later on.

Mold inspections include:

  • Visual inspection
  • Thermal imaging inspection
  • Consultation
  • Three total samples with accredited lab analysis
  • Written Report
  • Referral to licensed remediation contractor if warranted

Additional samples available for an additional fee. See our pricing guide for current prices.