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We provide thorough and detailed home inspection services with professional thermal imaging


When it comes to being thorough – our home inspections are second to none. We have performed thousands of inspections, and we have a knowledge of homes that is hard to beat. We schedule your inspection at a time convenient for you, you are welcome to come along during the inspection where it is safe to, and then we are available afterward to answer any questions you may have about your home inspection, any issues we found, or your report.

What is Included

Our home inspections are complete, thorough, and comprehensive. I take great pride in my work as a home inspector and providing the best home inspections possible. 

Exteriors & Structural

Roof  Inspection

  • the roof covering (asphalt, slate, metal, etc.)
  • the gutters  and their condition
  • the vents, flashings, skylights,
  • the chimney, plumbing vents, and other roof penetrations
  • the general structure of the roof from the readily accessible panels, doors or stairs.

Exterior of the Home

  • the siding, flashing and trim
  • all exterior doors, decks, stoops, steps, stairs, porches, railings, eaves, soffits and fascias
  • report as in need of repair any spacings between intermediate balusters, spindles, or rails for steps, stairways, balconies, and railings that permit the passage of an object greater than 4 inches in diameter
  • a representative number of windows
  • the vegetation, surface drainage, and retaining walls when these are likely to adversely affect the structure
  • describe condition of the exterior wall covering.

Basement, Foundation & Crawlspace

  • the basement;
  • the foundation;
  • the crawlspace (if present);
  • the visible structural components;
  • report on the location of under-floor access openings;
  • report any present conditions or clear indications of active water penetration observed by the inspector;
  • report wood in contact or near soil;
  • report any general indications of foundation movement or issues that are observed by the home inspector, such as, but not limited to: gypsum board cracks, brick cracks, out-of-square door frames, or floor slopes;
  • report on any cutting, notching and boring of framing members which may present a structural or safety concern.

Structural Home Inspection

  • Inspect the overall structure of the home
  • Inspect the roof structure 
  • Inspect the piers, posts, and other support members
  • Inspect the main and secondary bearing beams 
  • Inspect the foundation, framing and methods, bearing walls and other components of the structure

Mechanical Systems

Electrical Home Inspection

  • the service entry point;
  • the meter socket enclosures;
  • the means for disconnecting the service main;
  • describe the service disconnect amperage rating, if labeled;
  • panelboards and overcurrent devices (breakers and fuses);
  • report on any unused circuit breaker panel openings that are not filled;
  • the service grounding and bonding;
  • a representative number of switches, lighting fixtures, and receptacles, including receptacles observed and deemed to be AFCI-protected during the inspection using the AFCI test button, where possible;
  • test Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) receptacles and GFCI circuit breakers observed and deemed to be GFCIs during the inspection using a GFCI tester, where possible;
  • report the presence of solid conductor aluminum branch circuit wiring, if readily accessible;

Heating System Inspection

  • operate and observe the heating systems using normal operating controls, and describe the energy source and heating method;

Cooling System Home Inspection

  • operate and observe the cooling system using normal operating controls, and describe the energy source and cooling method;

Plumbing Home Inspection

  • inspect and determine if the water supply is public or private;
  • verify the presence of and condition of the the main water shut-off valve;
  • inspect the water heating equipment, including venting, connections, energy source supply system and verify the presence or absence of temperature-pressure relief valves;
  • flush and operate toilets;
  • water-test sinks, tubs and showers for functional drainage;
  • inspect the interior water supply, including all fixtures and faucets;
  • inspect the drain, waste and vent systems, including all fixtures;
  • describe any accessible fuel storage systems;

Living Spaces

Fireplace and Wood Stove Home Inspection

  • the fireplace and wood stove, and open and close the damper door, if accessible and safe to operable;
  • hearth extensions and other permanently installed components;
  • report as in need of repair deficiencies in the lintel, hearth and material surrounding the fireplace, including fireplace opening clearance from visible combustible materials.

Doors, Windows and Interior Home Inspections

  • open and close a representative number of doors and windows;
  • inspect the walls, ceilings, steps, stairways and railings;
  • report as in need of repair any spacing between intermediate balusters, spindles or rails for steps, stairways and railings that permit the passage of an object greater than 4 inches in diameter;
  • inspect garage doors and garage door openers by operating first by remote (if available), and then by the installed automatic door control;
  • report as in need of repair any installed electronic sensors that are not operable or not installed at proper heights above the garage door;
  • report as in need of repair any door locks or side ropes that have not been removed or disabled when garage door opener is in use;
  • report as in need of repair any windows that are obviously fogged or display other evidence of broken seals.
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