Wood planking destroyed by termites.
Water damage in a crawlspace.
A house is a system of interdependent parts: Mechanical and physical components. The operation of one part affects many others. When they all work together, the house is comfortable, safe, efficient, and durable.
Pool and Spa Inspections shall provide accurate and useful information pertaining to pools and spas for their client; describe how pools and spas work; inspect circulation, heating and filtering systems and components; inspect electrical components; explain the water chemistry; identify safety issues; list common maintenance recommendations; and follow an inspection procedural checklist.
A Stucco/EIFS Inspection shall observe wall claddings on a property and identify the common stucco systems; apply non-invasive, visual-only inspection techniques as required by the InterNACHI Standards of Practice; identify points of concern about the stucco or EIFS installation or its condition; and report findings to clients in a concise, factual manner that is specific to the property.
A Well & Water Quality shall identify the type of well; report to clients defects observed in a well system during inspection; check the well meter and interpret the results; troubleshoot common well problems; identify health and safety hazards in the well system; create an opinion as to a well's condition; and collect well water for testing among other things.
Note: We sometimes partner with associate inspection firms when projects are large (such as apartment complexes, office parks, etc.) or when special in-depth inspections are required or when unique circumstances are encountered. Those with which we partner are trusted, experienced, and high quality firms. They are expected to guarantee their own work.