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Inspections

Asbestos Inspections

Asbestos is a fiber that was used in some building materials and can cause lung cancer. An asbestos inspection can be performed by an appropriately licensed/certified inspector

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Termite Inspections

Wood Destroying Insect Infestation Inspection Reports are conducted by a licensed individual and a Wood Destroying Insect Infestation Inspection Report is issued right at the end of the inspection on-site.

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Lead-Based Paint Inspections

Lead-based paint inspections are conducted by appropriately certified/licensed personnel. There are several different services that are available as it pertains to evaluating lead-based paint. Please keep in mind that lead-based paint was taken off of the market in 1978, so concerns applicable about lead-based paint do not apply to houses built after that time.

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Septic Inspections

The on-site waste disposal system inspection is designed to provide the client with information about the condition of their septic system. This is a visual inspection of the septic tank and the leaching system.

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Radon Inspections

Radon inspections are conducted by appropriately licensed/certified personnel. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. This is a gas that is a decomposition product of uranium inside of the earth that seeps out of the earth?s crust and collects under concrete slab floors of houses or basements.

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Chimney Inspections

Chimney inspections are performed by certified chimney inspectors. A thorough chimney inspection is performed using a video camera which is inserted into the fireplace flue to look for defects.

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Well Water Inspections

Many different tests can be done on a private well to determine the quality of the water and the quantity of the water supply.

The two most popular tests performed for residential housing is a well quality test for Total coliform and e.coli and a well quantity test.

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