Home Inspection and Radon Testing
35 years of practical experience in numerous construction, building, and landscaping trades.
Ed has the knowledge to provide you with most of the information that you need on site at the time of the inspection.
Ed is the sole proprietor so you know who your inspector will be.
An additional Virginia Licensed Inspector may be brought in to assist with large properties.
Ed takes the time to label each report photo with a description and location. This makes your report easier to read.
Property Condition, Energy Efficiency, Safety Hazards, Home Maintenance, Manufacturer's Installation Instructions, Best Practices, and Pests.
Roofing, Exterior, Structure, Insulation, Ventilation, Interior, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, and Appliances.
A radon test is recommended for real estate transactions, after home renovations, or for homeowner knowledge.
Radon is invisible and odorless and a radon test is needed to determine the radon level inside the home.
The radon test can be done with a home inspection or as a separate individual service.
What Is and What Is Not Inspected, Inspector and Client Responsibilities, Property Access, Payment, Limitations, Liability, etc.
Reading the details ahead of time will better prepare you for what to expect at the time of the inspection and in the report.
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