Home and Commercial Building Inspections - We will inspect all the property components for their conditions and educate the client on how to use and maintain them. We strongly recommend that the client attend the inspection and ask many questions as you have.
Pre-listing Inspections -This inspection is recommended when the client is getting ready to list a property; it will tell you the condition of all the components and what could come up when the prospective buyer requests a home inspection.
Home Warranty Inspections - Most newly constructed houses have a warranty for all the components; we recommend having your house inspected before the expiration of the warranty.
Wood Destroying Insect Inspections - We will inspect for signs of active or non-active wood destroying insect damage. It is optional for most buyers, but it can be a requirement for mortgages from the Federal Housing Authority (FHA), Veterans' Association (VA), and the United State Department of Agriculture (USDA). The client will receive an NPMA 33 form.
Radon Test - Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and radioactive gas that originates from the ground. Radon is formed through a naturally occurring process of radioactive decay. Uranium found in the earth's rock and soil decays into radon. Because it is a gas, radon can move into water or air.
It is common in New England for houses to have a radon level of 4 pCi/L, and that's when a mitigation system should be installed. The EPA and the U. S. General surgeon recommend testing all purchased houses, including new construction and homes with a mitigation system.
Water Quality Test - The Water Quality Test is designed to check for a wide range of natural and chemical contaminants, including cancer-causing contaminants. If you have a water softener, reverse osmosis, radon mitigation system, UV filter, arsenic filtration, or carbon filter and want to check its effectiveness, this test will do so.