Written report with photos for the prospective home buyer, home seller, or homeowner.
Ed inspects for property condition, energy efficiency, safety hazards, and best installation practices.
Ed reports on accessible Roofing, Siding, Trim, Exterior, Interior, Structure,
Insulation, Ventilation, Electrical, Plumbing, HVAC, and Appliances.
The Client can use the report as a negotiating tool or as a checklist for repairs.
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.
Pre-offer, walkthrough, or walk-n-talk inspections with no report.
For the potential home buyer before an offer is submitted.
Provides a verbal overview of major concerns.
Not offered as a substitute for a home inspection.
As an unbiased third party, Ed can help diagnose problems and provide recommendations for repair, improvement, or to prepare a home for sale.
Any component, system, area, or complete home overview inspection.
Radon is a radioactive element which is a leading cause of lung cancer.
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, railing, and stairs are safe.
Old or poorly constructed decks may be a potential source of serious injury.
Consultation with no report or a report with photos.
Predrywall inspections, builder's final home inspections, and builder's 1 year warranty inspections.