Home inspector servicing Los Angeles County
A Certified inspector gives you a peace of mind. Using Home Inspection service with the excellent quality we provide helps protect your investment. Home Inspection is an important third-party visual inspection of the physical structure, electrical, plumbing, heating/air-conditioning, roofing, Attic/Insulation, interior and exterior. Upon completion you will receive an easy to read and understand narrative report detailing the condition of the Building with digital photos.
We inspect the structure, inside and out, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology. We encourage you to attend your inspection so that we can describe our process, explain our findings, point out important maintenance items, and answer all of your questions. we will inspect all of the following, when visible and accessible: • Roof • Structural Components • Attic, Ventilation & Insulation • Exterior Cladding, including EIFS • Porch & Deck • Attached Garage & Driveway • Foundation • Basement/Crawlspace • Electrical System • Plumbing System • HVAC System • Built-In Appliances • Ceilings, Floors & Walls • Windows/Glazing • Doors
We inspect your commercial property to ensure its overall condition and safety. Remember that your liability can extend to employees, customers and occupants, so make sure that your building's structure, electrical, plumbing and HVAC are functioning properly and safely. If there are issues that need repair, we can make the appropriate recommendations for licensed professionals who can advise you on specific maintenance and repairs. We'll inspect the structure, systems and components, inside and out, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology.
We use a state-of-the-art infrared camera to find problems that aren't always apparent to the naked eye. An IR camera translates the heat signatures of objects into colors on a gradient scale, with higher temperatures appearing as lighter colors, and lower temperatures and wet areas appearing as darker colors. By evaluating these images, we can detect sources of energy loss, locate areas of moisture intrusion, pinpoint dangerous hot spots in the electrical system, and uncover other problems, such as wood-destroying pest and rodent infestations, as well as flue leaks in the chimney, which can lead to carbon monoxide poisoning
Residential Home Inspections, New Construction Inspections, Pre-listing Inspections, Annual Maintenance Inspections, Insurance Inspections, Draw Inspections and Re-location Inspections.
Our Los Angeles mold inspection begins by performing a visual inspection of your property looking for signs of moisture in and around your home. Our sophisticated tools allow us to test for moisture within your walls, above your ceiling and even below your concrete floors. If the mold inspector identifies areas in your home with elevated moisture, further testing is usually conducted which may include carefully removing electrical outlets to examine interior wall cavities, removing plumbing fixtures to determine if mold exists behind the tile in your bathroom shower, or gently lifting your carpet to determine if mold could be growing underneath.
Very few first-time home buyers ask for a sewer inspection before buying a home. Sewer inspections are not something most buyers think about. They know to get a home inspection, but sewer lines are almost an after thought, if it crosses a buyer's mind at all. Yet it's one of the most important inspections a buyer of older homes should conduct. The time to find out if a sewer is faulty or needs replacement is before buying a home, not after the fact.
Home inspections have the power to send all parties back to the negotiation table. As such, some sellers are taking the precautionary step of having an inspection done before listing the home for sale. Some real estate professionals say that having a home inspection prior to listing can offer several benefits to the seller. Sellers who have a home inspection upfront also can identify any major problems that could potentially derail a sale later on at the closing table. Any major repairs can be addressed beforehand. Doing repairs ahead of time might also be more cost-effective than having to pay a buyer's own licensed contractor do the work.