During all of our home inspections, literally hundreds of items are checked! You will be informed of any problems, defects and safety issues that may be of concern to you and your family. Together, we can discuss what actions can be taken to remedy any problem found.

Sinks, tubs, showers, faucets, pools, spas, patios, weatherstripping, grout, caulking, drains, traps, valves, connectors, exhaust fans, microwaves, stove-tops, ovens, dishwashers, garbage disposals, counters, cabinets, ceilings, walls, floors, smoke detectors, ceiling fans, outlets, switches, closets, railings, stairs, treads, risers, interior doors, windows, screens, garage doors, garage openers, water mains, electrical panels, wiring, lights, heating/cooling systems, permanent fixtures, water heaters, furnaces, exterior walls, roofs, attics, insulation, attic ventilation, crawlspaces, slab foundations, basements, sump pumps, gutters, downspouts, fireplaces, flashing, fascia & trim, structure, hose bibs, water pressure, rafters, joists, walkways, driveways, drainage, retaining walls, gas meters, electrical service drop and much more!

Walls, Windows, and Doors
Windows shoud be maintained, because they are expensive and difficult to replace. Doors need the same care as windows and particularly wooden doors.
Our role as your HVAC inspector is to assess the cleanliness and structural integrity of an HVAC system. We search for obstructions, excess moisture.
Your home is a system, and every part of that system plays a role that affects the rest of the structure. Detecting rot and mold will help avoid.
Firepace / Chimney
The National Fire Protection Association procedure defines three levels of inspection: Level I, Level II and Level III. Where a hazard is detected.
Roof & Attic
Roof inspections won’t necessarily turn up defects in the structural members inside the attic. While the roof might look sound and secure.
In the case of a new home or new addition, as your electrical inspector, we will need to visit you at least two times.
Avoid finding yourself with a clogged drain, a drain blockage, or an unknown drain problem after buying a new home.