• A major concern of home buyers is being suddenly confronted with unexpected costly problems after they take ownership of a property. A home inspection can reduce the fear of the unknown by screening for deficiencies and documenting them in a comprehensive report. 

  • After the inspection, you will have peace of mind and a much clearer understanding of the home you are about to purchase.  

  • As a result, the property buyer will be in a position to make a significantly more educated purchase.



  • Get an inspection before you list your property for sale.

  • A seller inspection reveals problems ahead of time, which:

    • gives the seller time to shop for competitively-priced contractors to make repairs;

    • permits the seller to attach repair estimates or paid invoices to the inspection report;

    • makes the home show better after problems are addressed; and

    • removes over-inflated buyer-procured repair estimates from the negotiation table.


  • Radon is defined as a cancer causing radioactive gas. One cannot see, smell or taste a radon. It is a hazardous gas that you can breathe air-containing radon and may increase your risk of getting lung cancer.

  • Radon testing is a US standard for reducing radon in homes as far as practicable below 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) (148 Bq/m3) in indoor air.

  • Testing is the only way to find out about your home’s radon level. The EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing of all homes below the second floor for radon.