We care about you and your family, we inspect each home as if it was for one of our loved ones !

We inspect each home as if it was for one of our loved ones !

The Inspection Process: Our Inspections typically start with the roof, chimneys, skylights, gutters, and downspouts. The Exterior inspection continues with surface drainage, walks/driveway, steps/stairs, windows, doors, siding and trim decks, porches, sunrooms, exterior electrical light fixtures, electrical entrance conductors, cable/meter boxes, foundation and grading is inspected as well. Interior Inspection: Interior inspection of the home begins with kitchen appliances, electrical outlets, plumbing, cabinets and countertops, interior windows/doors , flooring/walls/ceilings.

The Basement inspection ensures electrical safety in the main and sub-panel boxes and also verifies proper grounding and bonding in the panels. Electrical outlets and fixtures throughout home will be checked for correct polarity and safety. In addition, older homes are checked for outdated wiring and connections. Next all heating and cooling systems are inspected for adequacy and proper distribution. Detailed instructions for any necessary filter changes and/or maintenance will be provided.

Next, an inspection of bathrooms throughout the home includes water main entrance pipe, fixtures, sinks, toilets, bathtubs, showers, and whirlpool tubs. The bathroom exhaust fans are also inspected for proper ventilation. Attic inspection ensures proper insulation, ventilation and structure. Suggestions will be offered on how to get the most efficient performance out of your home’s systems and appliances, helping you save energy and money for years to come! 

We inspect all major systems throughout the home.

Additional services including

- Radon Air Testing

- Water Testing

- Mold Testing
- Termite Inspections

- Borescope probing

- Pest Inspections

- Thermal imaging 

- Energy auditing 

      and more...

What is Infrared Digital Imaging ?

Normally, our vision is limited to a very small portion of the electromagnetic spectrum.  With thermal imaging,  we measure thermal energy emitted from objects. What this means to us and for our purposes is that we are able to detect heat loss and deficiencies not visible to  the naked eye. We are able to determine where heat loss is occurring, where pipes are failing behind walls, areas of moisture intrusion, lack of insulation in finished walls, attic spaces and more !!