As a home inspector, I look out for the best interest in my clients. You hire a professional to evaluate the condition of your home. Often times going into the inspection, buyers are not aware of all the questions to ask or what to even look for or expect.
Take some time and read about your home. Learn what to look for and what you should be aware of prior to making your investment.
Radon gas is colorless and odorless, which makes it difficult to know the levels in the home. Testing for Radon is inexpensive and results are immediate. Learn more about Radon and whether you should have your home tested prior to purchase.
Homes built prior to 1978 may contain lead-based materials and products. Learn what to look for, methods of testing and ways to remove and mitigate if detected.
Many residential properties are supplied by private water wells. These wells can become contaminated or compromised from outside sources or even through the groundwater. Learn more about your private water well by visiting the EPA website or click the link below.