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North Carolina's Home Inspection Specialists

Proudly serving Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point, Kernersville, Lexington, and Clemmons, NC

Discovering your dream home is exciting. When you find a place you love, it's important to take the time to have it inspected. Appearances can be deceiving, and an inspection is the best way to make sure you won't have a long list of issues to deal with after move-in day.

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As a home buyer, it's your responsibility to choose a certified home inspector. Experience counts in the inspection business. Keeping this in mind, you can expect our team to provide a detailed, easy-to-follow report that thoroughly explains the condition of your potential property. We take pride in catering to prospective home buyers throughout Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point, Kernersville, Lexington, Clemmons, and the surrounding areas.

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During the inspection, we'll examine the electrical system, plumbing system, HVAC systems, and more. Keep in mind; a standard home inspection does not include specialized inspection checks. Luckily, we offer those too. If you want us to do a water inspection, pest inspection, septic system inspection, or all of the above, we can. We also do radon testing.

Measuring Radon Levels

Radon testing is important. Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas, and it's found in almost all soils. Breathing in a very little amount outdoors isn't harmful; however, long-term exposure to high levels of radon can cause lung cancer. Keep in mind; the symptoms are not obvious at first. In fact, radon testing is the only definitive way to determine if the radon levels inside your home are unsafe.

Our team will start by testing the lowest level of your home where people spend time. If we discover unsafe levels, we will determine the most effective radon reduction method for your home. If necessary, we can complete a long-term test. This more accurately measures radon levels over time.

Water Inspections

Safety always comes first, and making sure your property has safe, sanitary drinking water should be a priority. Water quality problems present serious health risks.

Public water supplies are tested by utility companies. If your home is supplied by a well system, you'll need to hire professionals, like us, to complete water testing. We provide well water testing for coliforms and E. Coli, nitrite and nitrate, and all trace metals.

If your well contains bacteria or pesticides, there can be a host of other contaminants. Water can become contaminated by lead, sodium, bacteria, and acid rain. Our inspection will consider all of these factors.

Pest Inspections

Protect Your Investment

Pests can wreak serious havoc on a home. If you are buying or selling a home, a pest inspection is a must. Don't skip it. Pests are difficult to spot without the right resources, and inspectors that know how to use them. Our pest professionals have all the equipment and expertise needed to locate all manner of pests.

Buying a new home is a major investment, so take your time and cross all the important inspections off your to-do list. Pest inspections are more important than many people realize. If there's an existing pest problem, the current owner should hire pest professionals before you move in.

Septic Inspections

Take Preventative Steps

When septic systems fail, it's a big mess. Instead of dealing with post-disaster cleanup, take the right preventive steps. Keeping your septic system in good working condition actually saves you money in the long run because repairs can be costly.

Scheduling regular septic inspections help you avoid major problems before they occur. If we catch the problem during the inspection, you can opt for quick repairs instead of a complete replacement. This type of inspection requires licensed professionals like us. Our experts will look for visual issues as well as operational problems.