Elevated levels of radon gas have been found in homes across the US, especially in Maryland. Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is colorless and odorless, and the only way to know if your home has a radon problem is to have your home tested. The good news is, if your house has a radon problem, it can be fixed. Protect your family, and get peace of mind by having us perform a radon test on your home.
Termite damage far exceeds damage caused to homes by tornadoes, hurricanes, and flooding, and it is rarely covered by homeowner insurance policies. Early detection can save homeowners major repair costs. Our thorough inspections can provide potential home buyers with real peace of mind. Our inspector will outline any existing damage or termite infestations and areas that are liable to incur future infestations.
Leading the Industry
We have undergone in-depth training and testing to receive multiple top qualifications. Our certification from the American Society of Home Inspectors gives you the assurance that we have dependable knowledge and an eye for detail. You can rely upon our findings to give you an accurate understanding of your home.
EYES IN THE SKY
We make use of drones during the inspection process to check roofs, upper exterior walls, and to get an aerial view of the entire property. The use of a drone can also help speed up the home inspection process and is safer for the home inspector because it reduces the time spent climbing up and down a ladder to get onto a roof or exterior structure, lowering risks.
In 2016, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) issued new regulations for the commercial use of drones. We are licensed and abide by all FAA requirements when operating the drone, enabling us to get more information than most inspectors.
No Crawlspace Too Small
We work hard to access every crawlspace that is physically possible for us to get into – but what happens when that space is not able to be physically entered?
For the average home inspector, they would mark it as a limitation and then move on, but we care about our clients too much for that.
That is why we use the latest in inspection crawler technology and provide you with video inspection footage of areas of your home that would otherwise be inaccessible – giving you real peace of mind.
If you have a home with stucco, then a professional level 2 Stucco inspection is extremely important. Stucco issues can go undetected for months, years, and even decades. Even the slightest moisture intrusion can cost tens of thousands of dollars as it causes unseen damage under your stucco.
As part of our stucco inspections, we perform moisture tests, strength tests of the sheathing below, and determine where the weak parts are in the stucco siding.
These are all extremely important tests to have performed if you are buying, selling, or already own a home with any amount of stucco.
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Revealing Hidden Issues
Thermal imaging can reveal concentrations of moisture, potential locations of mold, roof leaks, and possible termite nests. It is also possible to detect electrical problems as well as heat and energy loss, foundation issues, structural concerns, and even more. This technology enables us to identify hidden issues in the home. Infrared technology is a powerful tool that adds to a visual inspection, bolstering our inspector’s powerful experience and knowledge of all systems that make up a home.