A residential sewer scope inspection involves inserting a specialized camera into a home's sewer lines to assess their condition. This process helps identify any blockages, damages, or potential issues within the pipes, such as tree root intrusion, cracks, or deterioration. By capturing real-time footage, professionals can pinpoint problems and recommend necessary repairs or maintenance, ensuring the smooth functioning of the sewer system and preventing potential costly damages in the future.
A residential radon inspection involves testing a home for the presence of radon, a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can seep into buildings through the ground. Typically, this inspection includes placing detectors in various areas of the home, such as basements or crawl spaces, to measure radon levels over a specific period. Radon is a health concern as prolonged exposure to elevated levels can increase the risk of lung cancer. The inspection aims to identify if radon levels exceed safe thresholds set by health authorities, allowing homeowners to take necessary measures like mitigation systems to reduce radon levels and safeguard their health.
We provide a comprehensive report of all accessible areas and report on major and minor issues as well as providing maintenance information.k
A new construction home inspection is a comprehensive assessment conducted by a certified inspector on a newly built residence before the final handover to the buyer. This examination covers all aspects of the property, including structural integrity, electrical systems, plumbing, HVAC, roofing, insulation, and more. The inspector evaluates the construction quality, ensuring industry standards. Any issues or deficiencies found are documented providing the homebuyer with insights into the property's condition and any necessary repairs or adjustments required before occupancy.
With our thermal cameras we can detect various heat signatures throughout the property and identify issues to report to our clients.
Buyers and Sellers
We prepare reports for both buyers and sellers who wish to know the condition of a property. Our detailed and informative report is sent directly to our clients email and can be shared with agents or contractors as needed by our clients.
Termite Inspection (WDO)
A Wood Destroying Organism (WDO) Inspection Report is a written report of an inspection on a home for visible and accessible evidence of an infestation or damage by wood destroying organisms. Usually this means subterranean or dry wood termites, but will also cover wood destroying beetles and wood destroying fungi. WDO inspections performed through Ameripro Pest Control Inc.
A residential mold inspection entails a thorough examination of a home for any signs of mold growth or moisture-related issues. Conducted by trained professionals, this inspection involves visually assessing key areas prone to mold, such as basements, attics, bathrooms, and areas affected by leaks or humidity. They may use moisture meters or infrared cameras to detect hidden moisture sources conducive to mold growth. Samples might be collected for lab analysis to identify specific mold types. This inspection aims to locate, identify, and assess the extent of mold presence, providing homeowners with insights into potential health risks and necessary remediation steps.