Radon is a gas produced in the soils under your home. All homes have some level of radon. The EPA has set limits that are considered safe to live in. Radon is the second leading cause of Lung cancer in the US. Let us test your home to ensure your family is safe. Provided to you in either the Gold or Silver package or can be sold as a separate inspection for $125. *requires a 48 hour testing cycle
As a 20 Year Firefighter I have become very versed in the use of thermal imaging. In my profession it is used to locate hidden fires and read the flow paths of super heated gasses . This same technology is a huge benefit to a home inspector. With the use of my Infrared camera I can find moisture that can not been seen with the naked eye. The thermal imager allows me to see the hot and cool air in a home, showing areas of less insulation or leaks in window seals or walls. This service is provided to you as part of the Gold Package or can be purchased separately for a small fee.
Rental deposits can run upward of $1500 and can be used against you for previous wear and tear of the rental at the end of your lease. Protect your deposit with a pre-move in rental inspection. Let us photograph and document defects so that when your lease is done you have proof of pre-existing conditions from a certified Home Inspector. A rental inspection can be completed in a few hours for a negotiable fee .
The condominium owner holds sole title to the unit, but owns land and common property (elevators, halls, roof, stairs, etc.) jointly with other unit owners, and shares the upkeep expenses on the common-property with them. A Condo Inspection would be of your unit. It does not include the shared areas listed above. A Condo Inspection can be completed in a few hours for a fee of $200.
As a licensed commercial fire inspector with the state of Colorado I have extensive knowledge in both code and practicality in keeping your family safe. My certifications include fire suppression systems, school inspections, commercial and multi-family inspections as well as NFPA 901 Fire Investigator Certified. Let me use these years of experience to walk you and your family through the house at the completion of the inspection to discuss simple concepts that will help keep you safe.