Residential Inspections
Buying a home can be stressful enough. We are here to give you piece of mind by inspecting all of the major systems within your new home and make sure you know if there are any current issues as well as what to look out for in the future. Items generally covered in an inspection include:

•  Walk on roof (when possible), check shingles, chimney, flashing, roof structure, gutters, vents, etc.
•  Siding, windows, doors, drainage, wood trim condition, walks, driveway and patio/deck/balconies  
•  Basement - Walls, floor, framing, sump pump(s), structural elements, dampness / flooding,
•  Crawlspace - Walls, drainage, vapor barrier, insulation, ventilation and structural elements 
Age, type, condition, controls, efficiency, components and check for gas leaks
Age, type, condition and operation (weather permitting)   
Electric System
Amperage, voltage, service type and entry, adequacy, wiring type and condition, outlets and safety devices
Piping type and condition, water pressure, delivery method, water heater, waste system type, condition and fixtures 
Type, condition and operation 
Insulation, ventilation, roof structure and energy recommendations 
Windows, doors, walls and ceilings

Thermal Imagining Review

A detailed report with the condition of the items above will be provided after the inspection is complete.

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Thermal Imaging
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Using a Thermal Camera we are able to identify defects that may not normally be visible during the inspection. This includes plumbing leaks, over heated electrical breakers and circuits, moisture penetration and energy loss. We include a basic review of your home using a thermal camera with every inspection.
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