Radon Testing for Daycare Centers

Radon exposure is a strong link to lung cancer, and testing for radon is most important, especially in a daycare center because our children are our future. We never want to leave our children in danger of health issues, so it’s essential to make sure that a radon test is done at daycare centers. Daycares… Read more »

Should We Waive the Home Inspection on New Construction?

There is much competition in today’s housing market. In some areas, the market is so competitive amongst buyers that many are waiving a home inspection to have a better chance at winning in a bidding war. With this new way of purchasing houses, many homeowners that are purchasing new construction have asked if it is… Read more »

The Dangers of Lead Based Paint

Lead Based Paint has been a problem for many years in older homes. It can be extremely harmful to children and adults that may cause cardiovascular, nervous system, and other health issues. It is essential to get your home tested for lead paint, so that you can live in your home without worrying about your… Read more »

Can I Hire a Residential Home Inspector for a Commercial Inspection?

A common misconception of the real estate world is that a home inspector and a commercial building inspector are one and the same. They are in fact very different and the differences between the two are actually quite large. If you are purchasing a commercial property you want to make sure you have a qualified commercial… Read more »

How to Look for Water Pollution in My Home?

Pollution in the water in your home is the worst possible scenario.  We cannot survive without water, and having good, clean water is essential for our health.  Home inspections are recommended for every homeowner when purchasing a home, or if there is a suspicion of a problem. We use water every single day of our… Read more »

Before Finishing Your Basement, Check for Radon

Radon is a radioactive, odorless, tasteless gas that you also cannot see.  This is a cancer-causing gas that can seep into your own home through cracks in the walls or floor.  Not many homeowners know of this dangerous gas, so we want you to know that it is recommended to get your home tested for… Read more »