When Do You Need a Home Inspection?
Buying a Home
- Learn about the operating systems in your new home and how to maintain them
- Identify potential problems or issues before your purchase and have the ability to negotiate as a condition of the purchase
- Inspect major systems of your prospective new home from roof to basement, inside and out
Selling a Home
- Pre-marketing inspection of your home
- Prepare your home for maximum sales appeal
- Fix problems before they become an issue at the time of sale of your home
- Facilitate a faster sale at the best market price
- Ensure compliance with disclosure requirements
- Learn from your inspector about the pre-sales state of your home prior to the buyer's evaluation
One-year Warranty Expiration of a New Home
- A detailed and thorough exam of your new home prior to your warranty expiration
- You will learn about the working condition of all major systems in your home and be able to work with the home builder to correct issues
Building a New Home
- A detailed pre-drywall inspection
- Evaluations at key stages of construction
- A partner for your final build
What is Radon Gas?
According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), radon gas is the cause of lung cancer in the United States. The radioactive gas, commonly found in the soil, has become a major health concern for home buyers.
What is involved in Radon Gas Testing?
InspectAbility provides testing for an additional fee with technologically advanced EPA approved and annually calibrated equipment. We will place the continuous radon monitor, CRM, in the lowest area of the home for 48 hours. The results will be a cumulative average and will be presented to you via email at the end of the test.
For additional information regarding Radon Gas, we recommend the "Home Buyer's and Seller's Guide to Radon", by the You can access this information at the following link: