New Construction Inspections
Is your water safe to drink and cook with? We can test for lead and other heavy metals, as well as bacterial contamination. Should we find unhealthy levels of contaminants, we can recommend ways to ensure your water is clean and safe.
Radon, an odorless and colorless gas, is a leading cause of lung cancer. It seeps up from the ground and, since it’s heavier than air, tends to collect in the lowest level of a building. The good news is that if we detect radon, there are simple steps you can take to abate its presence.
All homes have mold. Certain types of mold, or high concentrations of mold, can be hazardous to your family’s health. Mold testing—and taking steps to combat its presence—can be an essential step in ensuring your new home is safe.
We use thermal cameras on every home inspection to help us find more. Thermal imaging shows temperature differentials which can indicate water leaks, AC leaks, and more.
In some cases, it’s immediately evident whether the seller has corrected a defect. In other situations, it may be wise to have a portion of the home re-inspected to ensure proper repairs have been made.
Carpenter ants, termites and other wood-destroying organisms (WDOs) can cause irreparable damage to your home. Catching an infestation early can save you from costly repairs, expensive rebuilding or even structural collapse.
A sewer scope inspection allows us to view the inside of your drains to check for damage, bellies, clogs, and more. This is completed by running a camera through your sewer clean out or roof vent to the main sewer at the street.
Have your condo or townhouse inspected by a professional so that you can get the peace of mind you deserve on your big investment.
Pool, spa, filtration, and deck will be inspected and we’ll let you know what needs to be updated or if your pool is ready for the summer.