Our Certified Professional Home Inspectors provide quality home inspections so you can make a well informed purchase decision. We provide prompt service and same day professional reports.
Radon is a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. Radon is present in almost all areas, in rocks and soils and can accumulate in your home. We provide you with a Certified 48 hour Radon Test Report.
Well & Water Quality
The quality of your drinking water is paramount. Well and water quality inspections and testing are available for each property.
Licensed Septic Inspectors are available to assist with evaluation and documentation of the property septic system. Installation or repair expense of these systems warrants a thorough inspection.
Wood Destroying Organisms can affect the structural integrity of your home or building. Licensed termite inspections are available for both commercial and residential inspections.
Our Certified Professional Home Inspectors are thorough and detailed. We are members of ASHI (Associate) as well as NACHI Certified Professional Inspectors. During your home inspection, we take the time to walk with you and explain all about your home. We understand buying a home is a big expense and we want to help you know exactly what home you're buying. Never settle for anything less.
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The price of a home inspection can vary with the age and size of the home and types of inspections you'd like. We strive to provide outstanding service and quality as well as maintaining reasonable prices. We'll be happy to get you a quick quote. You can give us a ring at 636-206-6651.
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A typical home inspection may take two to four hours depending on age and size. Home Inspectors that are in a hurry will miss things. We plan sufficient time for your home inspection because you deserve the best and we want to provide you with the best service.
Do I Need To Be There?
We'd sure like it if you were at your home inspection. This gives our home inspector the opportunity to spend some time with you and explain all about your home. You get to see for yourself in person, instead of in pictures.
What Does A Home Inspector Look At?
When you're buying a home, a detailed home inspection is a review of the entire building and includes the the home site, exterior, roof, basement, crawlspace, structure, heating, cooling, electrical, fireplaces, attic, insulation, ventilation, doors, windows and interior building. We abide by the ASHI Standards of Practice.
Our Certified Professional Inspectors are ready to assist you.
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