Additional Information for Better Decisions

We have been building & remodeling homes in the area since 1990, so when we transitioned to home inspections, that powerful knowledge and experience showed through in every inspection. We have continued to uphold that high standard of quality service through continuing education and experience. As Certified Master Inspectors, we follow and exceed all the InterNACHI standards of practice by inspecting every detail to provide the highest quality inspection services available.

Property is a major investment and a thorough inspection will help you to make the very best decisions possible. The more you know, the better your decisions can be. That is why we offer far more than just home inspections. Through multiple other inspection services, we are able to offer the most comprehensive information possible about your property, all through one phone call.

Our inspectors are licensed, highly skilled, and insured with an excellent track record. Our concise reports are delivered within 24 hours so you can take action without delay.

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Pool & Spa Inspections

Most homeowners enjoy using their pool or spa on a frequent basis. However, just like vehicles, they need regular maintenance. That’s why a pool and spa inspection is important. An inspection will cover various parts of the pool or spa for leaks, malfunctions, and other defects. Filters and pumps may also be checked for energy efficiency.

Termite Inspections

When people think of the worst pests to have in a home, termites often top the list. Termites can cause significant damage, even threatening the structural integrity of your home. Termites can be challenging as well as costly to get rid of, so you may decide to pass on the house or use the need for repair as a negotiating point if it shows signs of an infestation.

Maintainance Inspection

Despite the high price of a home, it doesn’t last forever. Things can start to deteriorate after just a few years. Maybe your foundation is starting to crack, or you’re experiencing a leaky roof. It’s a good idea to get an inspection on your home roughly every 3-5 years. This allows you to become aware of issues before they become major problems.

Warranty Inspections

Buying a brand new home can be an exciting experience. Builders often give homeowners a one-year warranty on their homes. This means you should get an inspection before the warranty expires, at the 11-month mark, to find defects so you can be fully informed and have any issues corrected.

Rental Inspections

As a landlord, you want to keep your property well-maintained. It can be hard to know the condition of your rental when you have tenants in it year-round. That’s why it’s a good idea to schedule regular rental property inspections. These routine inspections can help you catch minor issues before they become major problems.


Drone Inspections

A drone inspection is a safe and affordable way to look for possible issues or to simply assess the condition of a property over time. A drone inspection significantly cuts down on the time needed to perform an inspection while producing high-resolution images that enable you to view cracks and other defects, even at high elevations.


Sewer Scoping

Damage to a sewer line can cause a lot of harm to a home. A sewer scope inspection can detect issues before they become major problems. That’s why anyone who is buying a home should consider getting one of these inspections. A camera is attached to a long snake-like cable to examine the sewer line, which leads from the house to the main sewer line or septic tank.

Thermal Imaging

Thermal imaging uses infrared technology to help identify problems through temperature changes. The infrared cameras can spot things the human eye cannot see, which can be helpful when purchasing a property. Thermal imaging can detect moisture, leaks, energy loss, and electrical issues.

Draw Inspections

Any time there is a lot of money at stake, there is risk involved. This is especially true for construction loans. The lender wants to ensure the project gets completed so they get their investment back. That’s why construction loans require inspections. Draw inspections help lenders lower their risk with regular inspections. The final result is a project that matches what the lender approved.



Service Estimated Rate
Pool and Spa $200
Bundled Price $150
Leakalyzer $175
Pool/Spa Alone $250
Sewer Scope with home $225
Sewer Scope alone $325
Mapping $50

Specialized & Insightful Reports

We make use of industry-leading software to generate a highly detailed inspection report that explains all of our findings, along with high-resolution images to help you understand every detail. Our specialized services include easy-to-understand descriptions of issues, whether included with a home inspection report or not, to help you understand everything you need to know.

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