Roofing, Siding, Trim, Exterior, Interior, Structure, Attic, Crawlspace,
Insulation, Ventilation, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, and Appliances
Written report with photos for the prospective home buyer, the home seller, or a homeowner.
The Inspector reports on property condition, energy efficiency, safety hazards, home maintenance, and best installation practices.
The Client can use the report as a negotiating tool, as a checklist for repairs, or to get out of a contract.
A specialist may be recommended for specialized systems or for potentially significant findings.
An additional Virginia Licensed Inspector may be brought in to assist with large properties.
As an unbiased third party, Ed can help diagnose problems and provide recommendations for repair or improvement.
Homeowner consultations: any component, system, or area inspection.
Pre-offer, walkthrough, walk-n-talk inspections with no report:
Provides a verbal overview of major concerns for the potential home buyer.
A radon test is recommended for real estate transactions, after home renovations, or for homeowner knowledge.
Radon is invisible and odorless and radon testing is needed to determine the radon level inside the home.
EPA Radon Guide, Home Buyer's Guide, VA Radon Map
Ensure that your deck is safe; decks are a potential source of serious injury.
The average life span of hardware may be less than the wood, and many decks are poorly constructed.
We have come a long way in deck construction and many older decks do not meet current standards.
Predrywall, builder's final inspections, and builders 1 year warranty inspections.
1614 N Wakefield St, Arlington, VA 22207