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Mold is everywhere and impacts everyone differently. A physical inspection is conducted to evaluate the possibility of mold and/or elevated moisture condition in the home. Mold air samples and/or physical samples may also be obtained and evaluated by our certified laboratory.
Our comprehensive water testing services will meet VA and FHA requirements. Water samples are tested by a certified lab to ensure your drinking water meets EPA standards.
Homes built before 1978 may have lead paint. We offer a HUD lead based paint visual assessment as well as paint sampling that will be sent to an approved lab for testing.
Radon is an invisible odorless and tasteless gas that can be found all over the U.S. It comes from the natural (radioactive) breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. The gas is released into the air that we breathe. It can get into any type of building causing an elevated indoor radon level. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer with over 21,000 estimated cancer related deaths a year. Our Radon Gas testing is approved for use in all real estate transactions. Our EPA approved equipment will provide results within 48 hours.
Your pool and hot tub are relatively complex systems that may have numerous seals, moving parts and other components that can wear down with time and regular use. Accordingly, repairs may be needed based on expected wear and tear. However, sometimes an undetected problem with installation or a slip-up in maintenance can lead to additional, unexpected repairs.
An energy assessment is designed to uncover any inefficiencies in the house. Typically, this involves both a visual inspection as well as diagnostic testing with specialized equipment. A great deal of energy is needed to operate a home and to keep it warm enough in the winter and cool enough in the summer.
When you have an inspection performed, the inspector can ensure that your sprinkler system is using the perfect amount of water to keep your yard green without anything going to waste. Moreover, an inspection can help you correct problems that would otherwise cause your sprinkler system to fail well before its time.
A well-trained, professional inspector inserts a borescope camera into the sewer to get a better idea of its functionality. Your inspector can tell you about the results of the sewer scope immediately. This means that you’ll know exactly what you’re buying, and you’ll be able to anticipate any immediate maintenance and repair concerns.
Are you concerned about carbon monoxide levels in your home? Also called CO, this gas is created by home appliances that burn fuel. CO is colorless, odorless and tasteless. This means that this toxic gas can kill you and your family before you even realize that there is a problem. Accordingly, it is wise to periodically have carbon monoxide testing performed in your home.
A WDI, Wood Destroying Insect Inspection is required by most lenders for home purchases and /or refinances. Our WDI inspection will be performed by a certified technician who adheres to strict standards and ethics of The National Pest Management Association. Our WDI inspection documentation meets FHA, VA and HUD requirements.
Homes that have private septic systems are required to have them inspected with approved documentation submitted prior to settlement. PRO-SPECT Inspection Services provides certified technicians to inspect all classifications of septic systems. We will pump out tank, perform inspection and if needed provide repair estimate. We work with both the buyer and seller providing digital photos of any areas of concern and provide initial permitted plot plans of septic layout for your records