You will get a high-quality home inspection backed by experience and care.

Residential Inspections

The purpose of an inspection isn’t just to find problems with the house; It’s also about making sure that you don’t buy something that will cost more than you think, or cause other headaches down the road. If you’re planning on purchasing a brand-new home, then hiring a home inspector could save you thousands of dollars. It will also help you understand the property you want to buy and the possible defects. A home inspection can improve your confidence as a buyer or a real estate agent.

Pre-Listing Inspections

Many homeowners choose to get a pre-listing inspection because it will give them insight into their home so that they know what to expect and can make repairs before listing their home.

The majority of buyers choose to get a buyer’s inspection, so a pre-listing inspection is a good idea for homeowners so that the buyer’s inspection doesn’t find any major defects that the owner didn’t know about.

Four-Point Inspections

There are four essential elements to a home that are often covered in an insurance claim: your electrical, HVAC, water heater tank, and roof. Instead of a thorough review of the whole home, a 4-point inspection only covers the aforementioned elements. This means its quicker and less costly than a regular inspection, while still focusing on what your insurer will require.

Wind Mitigation

Sometimes the weather can take a turn for the worse, but that doesn’t mean that you should fear for your home’s ability to hold up to the elements. There are countless wind mitigation methods that can drastically reduce the risk of damage to your home. We’ll carefully evaluate a property and report on which implements are in place—potentially qualifying you for numerous insurance credits.

Infrared Inspections

Infrared technology is changing home inspections dramatically and protecting homeowners – or soon-to-be homeowners – from costly issues. Infrared technology is used to scan a home & see the various temperatures that occur within its inner workings.

A thermal camera is used to capture temperature images of a home’s surfaces, which is otherwise invisible to the naked eye. Thermal scans are a non-disruptive method of scanning a surface to find potential problems like heat escaping through cracks & crevices, frigid incoming air, or moisture that may be leaking inside.

Pool and Spa Inspections

Pool inspections should be done before buying a house with a pool. A pool inspection is very important because pools require constant maintenance. Pool repairs can be expensive, so if you buy a home with a pool, make sure you do some research first. Be sure want to ask about the pool’s history, how much it costs to maintain the pool, and whether there are any known problems. Let us give will give you the inside scoop.

Deck Inspections

Inspectors are vital either for routine deck maintenance or in response to noticing something amiss about your deck. Deck inspections include checking posts, joists, beam, and any nails, screws, or other hardware. Deck inspectors complete numerous custom and prefab deck installs, providing insight into each deck inspection we perform. We inspect decks thoroughly, covering every single inch of your decks we check posts, joist, beams, and any fasteners, bolts, or other building materials.

Drone Inspections

Roof Inspections are pretty straightforward, except when they are not. Hazards and the inability to access using a ladder may prevent other inspectors from being able to inspect the property roof. Hiring an inspector who cannot fully inspect the roof could cost you thousands!

Our inspectors are FAA licensed pilots and use drones to safely offer a birds-eye-view of the roof and potential defects.

Irrigation Inspections

Avoid major repair or replacement costs in the future by having your irrigation systems checked by a professional inspector.