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Infrared cameras are used to locate problems that can be found by viewing differences in temperature. When buying your dream house, make sure it doesn’t have hidden headaches with an infrared thermal image home inspection.
While roof inspection operations will always require human expertise and intervention, drones are non-invasive, offer high-quality images, thermal imaging, and videos during each inspection. No roof is too steep, too slippery, or too high for a drone inspection.
Stuffy, cramped, and poorly lit. Crawl spaces present a significant challenge. Most contain hazards such as insects and animals, toxins like mold and sewage, and even exposed wiring. If we can't handle your crawlspace, a rover can.
A moisture meter is an essential instrument used in many industries to detect moisture content in materials. Home and building inspectors rely on moisture meters to identify potential problems and damage to structures from moisture buildup.
Electrical testers don't only ensure that your home is wired properly, but they also ensure the safety of your home. Electrical defects in a home can pose a significant fire hazard and/or risk of electrocution. If there is a problem, electrical testers can find it.
Gas Leak Detector
While many inspectors don't test for gas leaks, we believe it should be standard. Natural gas can cause various health problems and environmental damage. Correcting gas leaks will prevent its negative effects on your health and the environment.
Carbon MOnoxide Detector
Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms are designed to warn you of any unusual build-up of CO in your home. These higher levels of CO may occur from one of many sources such as fuel burning appliances, fireplaces, idling cars, etc. Our #1 priority is to make sure your home is safe.