Buyers Home Inspection
Our residential home inspection service follows the requirements of the State of Virginia and the standards of practice set forth by American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI).
Builder’s Warranty Inspection
If you have purchased a new home in the year most builders and subcontractors extend a one year warranty on a newly constructed homes. This warranty may cover items such as structural components, electrical systems, HVAC and major appliances among others.
Many people lose track of new home warranties and miss out on the opportunity to take care of problems that may have developed in the first year in their new home. A Warranty Inspection will provide you with a detailed report of your home which you can provide to the home builder before your warranties expire.
Radon is a naturally occurring, colorless, odorless radioactive gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the USA. Unfortunately, the only way to determine the level of radon within your home is testing. Fortunately, we are certified to test your home. The EPA recommends mitigation for radon levels in homes that are 4pCi/L or greater. The good news is, even high levels of radon can be reduced to levels considered acceptable by the EPA with proper mitigation. *
*EPA Homebuyer’s and Seller’s Guide To Radon, EPA (Revised March 2018)
Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) Inspections
A WDI inspection is an important part of any real estate transaction. Some lenders even require WDI inspections prior to closing. These inspections are performed to determine the possible presence of termites, carpenter ants as well as many other WDIs that may be residing in the home you have a contract on. With extensive training and knowledge of WDIs, we are excited to get down and dirty looking for these unwanted residents!
Sellers Home Inspection
Give yourself peace of mind prior to the listing process. There are a number of advantages to knowing the actual condition of your home before the listing process. A “seller’s” or “pre-listing” inspection prior to going on the market is a surefire way to avoid unexpected repairs or other costly surprises that may arise when it comes time negotiate the sale after accepting an offer.
- Structural Systems
- Electrical Systems
- Plumbing Systems
- Air Conditioning, Heating, and Ventilation Systems
- Major Appliances