Ancillary and Environmental Services
Radon – Mold – CO -Pools – and more
Some of the following services are part of our standard inspection, and some are add-on services. Please contact us for additional details.
Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that is a known cause for lunge cancer. In fact, the EPA says that radon is responsible for more than 20,000 deaths per year – that is more than house fires and drunk drivers combined. Protect you and your family and have us professional test your home.
A septic system is a very important part of your home. If a septic system fails while you are living in a home, it can be very costly and can even cause health problems for years to come. We can perform a septic dye test to provide you with the peace of mind you need.
Thermal imaging helps us to locate issues that are otherwise unseen to the naked eye. This is a very important aspect of an inspection, as we can find leaks, fire hazards, pests, and more. Be sure to have a home inspector who uses thermal imaging like us.
Mold is a very real concern for many home owners. With increased awareness, many families can help take care of serious health issues that, for many years, were a mystery as to why symptoms persisted. If you have a strange smell, have asthmatic symptoms, or just want to protect yourself, have a professional mold inspection completed.
Water has been described as the foundation of life – so how is the quality of your water? Many people buy a home without properly testing water for things like bacteria, nitrites, nitrates, lead, or other issues. Having a proper water test is inexpensive – and very critical.
Swimming Pool Inspections
Swimming pools and spas are a wonderful part of a home that can bring years of enjoyment. But like anything else, it needs maintenance, repairs, and upkeep. If any of this is neglected, than it can lead to very expensive repairs. Avoid these issues by having us inspect your pool/spa.
Carbon monoxide is known as “the silent killer”, as it can’t be seen or smelled. As anything carbon based is burned (i.e. natural gas, oil, wood, propane, and more) it releases carbon monoxide. Using modern equipment, we can detect the presence of carbon monoxide.