Whenever you are buying a home, you need to have the property thoroughly inspected before you close the deal. If you neglect this important task, you could end up discovering that the home has many problems that you were unaware of.. Read more.
You may want to consider a Pre-Listing Inspection or Seller Home Inspection which can assist the sale process will go smoothly and quickly. A pre-listing inspection is the same as a residential home buyer’s inspection except the information is obtained for the seller. Read more.
New Construction Inspections
In most builders books, “new” does not always translate to perfect construction. No matter how good your builder is, they are prone to making errors or overlooking certain building standards that you will later need to deal with as code violations. Read more.
The framework of a home is a crucial part of the construction process. The end result — regardless of its quality –will play a key role in the cost of maintenance and upkeep for decades to come. Read more.
North Carolina’s Research Triangle sits on the fringe of the country’s most dangerous region for radon. Since the amount of hazardous radon particles can vary from house-to-house and its impact on health is considerable, it’s a good idea to have your home’s radon levels checked. Read more.
Well / Water Inspections
There are few things as important to daily living as clean and safe water. Let Detailed Home Inspections make sure that your well components are in perfect working order and that the water coming from them is free of bacteria and other contaminants. Read more.
Did you know that roughly a quarter of all North American residences have septic tanks? Here in the Triangle and central area of North Carolina, the percentage of septic tanks on properties rises dramatically once you leave larger communities. Read more.