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Our Services

Residential Inspections

The purpose of a certified general home inspection is to identify safety issues and any visible defects in the 5 major systems of the home (Electrical, Plumbing, Roofing, HVAC and Foundation) that have the potential to become costly repairs. This is important information to have when making your decision on one of the biggest investments you will make for you and your family.

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Commercial Inspections

The purpose of the (PCA) Property Condition Assessment inspection is to obtain a third-party unbiased property inspection report to identify safety hazards, deferred maintenance issues or system defects regarding electrical, roofing, plumbing, HVAC and structural systems.

Phase Inspections
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Inspections are taken at critical times during the building process. The purpose of the inspection is to give you invaluable peace of mind in knowing that your new home is being constructed in accordance with the International Residential Code (IRC) for One & Two Family Dwellings, local building codes and standards and design specifications. You should never allow quality control to take a back seat to money saving short cuts when building your home from the ground up.

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Pool & Spa Inspections

Your families safety is our priority! Our certified pool inspector will visually inspect your pool & spa for safety hazards. Our comprehensive report will identify if your pool is not up to todays safety standards regarding pool enclosures and anti entrapment devices to keep your family safe. Ask your inspector how to add a pool and spa inspection to your services.

Septic Inspection
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A septic system inspection is probably one of the more important things you can do before purchasing an existing property, with a "septic system" or "septic tank". There are many types of systems, and while they all work well, they only work well if they have been properly cared for, used for the purpose for which they were designed, and were properly designed. Ask your inspector how to add a septic inspection to your services.

Termite Inspection
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A termite inspection is recommended every 3-5 years, a licensed termite inspector is looking for hidden wood damage caused by wood destroying organisms that the untrained eye may over look. Moisture issues in a building can attract termites as well as exposed wood caused by deferred maintenance of a building. Ask your inspector how to add a termite inspection to your services.

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