We Use the Best Industry Tools
Inspecting homes the right way requires a mixture of experience, an eye for details, and the right industry tools. During your inspection, you may see your inspector use the following:
Thermal Imaging – With this tool, we can get a look at areas that aren’t otherwise visible to the naked eye. It’s possible to spot energy loss, hot spots, leaks, and many other problems with thermal imaging. We perform thermal imaging for free whenever we spot something suspicious during the visual inspection.
Aerial Drone Photography – Sometimes, factors like the weather or the slope can make it impossible to walk the roof. When this happens, we use aerial drone photography to capture images of the entire roof. From there, we can make an informed report containing any visual issues.
Moisture Meter – Many homes have areas that collect moisture. Even worse, mold can quickly begin to form in these spots. That’s why we employ a moisture meter to look for moisture accumulation problems when suspicious areas are spotted.
Carbon Monoxide Detector – Did you know that the “silent killer” claims the lives of 400 Americans annually? There’s no reliable way to identify carbon monoxide in the home without using a professional quality carbon monoxide detector. We check for carbon monoxide during every home inspection.
Gas Leak Detector – Gas powered water heaters and other home components can develop tiny gas leaks. In most cases, these leaks go undetected until they cause a fire or other catastrophe. Fortunately, a gas leak detector can root out these leaks well before the smell becomes noticeable to homeowners. We perform this check during every inspection.