Home Inspection Services in Northeastern Massachusetts, including North Shore and Boston, as well as Southern New Hampshire
My Standard Home Inspection
I’ll inspect the structure, systems and components of the home, inside and out, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology. I encourage you to attend your inspection services so that I can describe my process, explain my findings, point out important maintenance items, and answer all your questions. As a state-licensed professional home inspector trained by InterNACHI and ASHI, I adhere to a comprehensive residential standards of practice. This means that I will inspect all of the following, when visible and accessible:
- Structural Components
- Attic, ventilation and insulation
- Exterior cladding
- Porch and deck
- Attached garage
- Electrical system
- Plumbing system
- Heating, Ventilation and air-conditioning systems
- Interior, including:
Ceilings, Floors and Walls
My Specialty Services
Home Buyer Inspection – A comprehensive inspection for home buyers who have had an offer accepted. Includes a detailed narrative report with many photographs. Helps identify and explain the general condition of the home before purchase. Also assists the home buyer in maintaining the property after purchase.
Pre-Offer Consultation – Consultation service for potential home buyers who want information that will assist them in deciding on whether to make an offer on a home.
Pre-Listing Inspection – For homeowners who will be selling their homes. This helps identify existing or potential issues before listing a property and gives the seller an opportunity to make repairs beforehand.
Home Maintenance Inspection – Aids homeowners in maintaining their homes. Helps to identify potential issues they may not be aware of, aids in generating a maintenance list and helps set maintenance and repair priorities.
Commercial Property Inspection – For commercial property buyers and sellers. Also, for commercial property owners who want to maintain their properties.
Radon Testing – Radon gas comes up from the ground and enters the home and is the second leading cause of lung cancer, according to the EPA and U.S. Surgeon General. Testing to determine if radon levels are high in a home is essential for health, safety and peace of mind.
Areas Served: Massachusetts
Areas Served: New Hampshire