Residential Home Inspection
The Residential Home Inspection adheres to the Standards of Practice given by the Georgia Association of Home Inspectors (GAHI). During Residential Home Inspection services, the following areas of the home will be thoroughly inspected as long as they are visible and safely accessible:
⇒ Structural components
⇒ Central air conditioning
⇒ Insulation and ventilation
⇒ Built-in kitchen appliances
⇒ Thermal Imaging as necessary
Infrared Thermal Imaging Included as Necessary in Inspection Services.
With the use of an Infrared Thermography Camera, we are able to detect areas of excess heat, moisture, and heat loss, that are unable to be seen without it. When we find something that suggests that it’s necessary to investigate what’s behind the walls, we are able to use this advanced technology to see where the issue lies.
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Additional Inspection Services
Pre-Listing Inspections are for sellers. Before listing a home on the market, it is a good idea to have the home inspected ahead of time. After receiving the inspection report, sellers are able to repair and upgrade the home so that it’s in the best condition possible when potential buyers arrive.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
After building is complete, many homes are placed under a 12-month warranty. This warranty covers defects in construction so that the new homeowner isn’t held responsible for paying for their repairs. An inspection for defect in the 11th month gives the owner time to have any issues repaired before it’s too late.
New Construction Inspection
A New Construction Inspection can be completed before a new home’s final walkthrough. During the inspection, we check for defect in construction and ensure that there are no building code violations.
4 Point Inspection
A 4 Point inspection covers just the four most significant areas of the home – the roof, electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC – for insurance purposes.
New Construction Phase Inspections
We also offer Phase Inspections, which are completed after each individual phase throughout the construction process. These step-by-step inspections ensure that the finished home is free from any constructional defects.
Radon is a radioactive gas that is the second leading cause of lung cancer. It cannot be seen, smelled, or tasted, so it is extremely important to seek professional testing. We use advanced tools to detect radon in the home and keep you and your family safe.
Contact David Bledsoe to discuss your home inspections needs with a trusted and experienced HOME INSPECTOR.
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4132 Atlanta Hwy Suite 110-169
Loganville, GA 30052
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