Inspection Services


Our residential home inspections are completely comprehensive. We will accompany you through a walkthrough and inspection of the home you’re interested in buying or selling, and assess its condition using our multi-point home inspection checklist.


Some homeowners want to make repairs to their house before they put it on the market and will make repairs using their inspection report as a baseline reference. Please understand that most buyers will still want to perform their own inspection even if the seller has already had an inspection done. Pre-listing inspections help minimize negotiations, get your home sold faster, reduce requests for repairs, and facilitate smoother closings.


Termites can go unnoticed until they cause catastrophic damage to your home. Whether you’re shopping for a home and suspect a termite issue, or you think your current home may be affected by termites, we can provide you with comprehensive testing, and help you understand your options for termite remediation if we do discover an infestation.


Newly constructed homes need an objective third party to inspect. The city or county inspectors often don’t catch everything, but we’ve been trained to have a keen eye for anything that could compromise a new home’s lifetime or safety.


The purpose of an infrared scan is to find issues and catch them before they become a major problem. With the use of our infrared camera, we can help identify moisture, insulation, electrical, HVAC issues, and more.


Our commercial inspections are completely comprehensive. We will accompany you through a walkthrough and inspection of the space you’re interested in buying or selling, and assess its condition using our multi-point inspection checklist.

Roof Inspection

A roof inspection will take a close look at the integrity of the roof and ceilings for signs of damage, leaking, or any other issues specific to the roof that may pose a threat to the home. The interior portion of the inspection includes checking the attic for proper insulation, ventilation, as well as moisture and mold. The exterior inspection includes climbing up on the roof and checking for leaks and proper flashing, as well as the condition of your shingles and chimney.

Drone Photography

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 inspector is an FAA licensed pilot and uses drones to safely offer a birds-eye-view of the roof and potential defects.

11-Month Warranty Inspection

Most builders offer a 1-year warranty on a new home. We’ll come out during the 11th month and perform a full home inspection before the builder’s warranty expires. This gives you one last opportunity to have your home reviewed by an independent inspector & have the findings submitted for review by the builder before the warranty expires.

Sewer Scope Inspection

In a sewer scope inspection, a camera will be run through the home’s main drainpipe and maneuver its way throughout the sewer lines to look for any visible cracks, damage or clogs. Sewer line issues, such as blockages, broken pipes, and tree root damage can be costly, but a sewer scope inspection can detect these problems that are hidden from view.

Water Testing

This full panel water analysis meets or exceeds the requirements for most government backed loans (FHA/VA/HUD/USDA Loans). Tests for Coliform Bacteria, E. Coli Bacteria, Pesticides, Iron, Lead, Calcium, Chlorine, Arsenic, pH, Turbidity, Nitrates, Nitrites, Hardness, Radon in Water, plus many additional contaminants.

Mold Inspection

Mold can cause health problems and damage the surfaces it is on quickly. Our mold inspections use the latest lab tests and analysis to detect hidden mold that may be in crawl spaces, between walls, and in other areas of your home to ensure you and your family are safe.