Every inspector does their inspection differently. I follow a specific routine which is generated from my home inspection software to guarantee that I don’t miss anything. Starting from the exterior I move around the home looking for issues that could affect the homes mechanical or structural components (utilities, vegetation, ground slope, roof, pests, fire hazards, safety issues, etc.).

Moving into the home I go straight to the kitchen inspecting the functionality of the appliances. The garage is next as it typically has the water heater. Each room is then inspected, with shoe covers if carpeted, and finally the attic to validate the air handlers (heating and A/C) performance.

Drone Photos

I am a certified unmanned 107 Drone pilot with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

On every inspection (weather permitting) I fly my drone and take several pictures of the roof.  When I get back to the office, I blow up those pictures on a big screen to determine any visible failures in the roof system.

Infrared Camera

An infrared camera is a non-contact device that detects infrared energy (heat) and converts it into an electronic signal, which is then processed to produce a thermal image on a video monitor and perform temperature calculations.

I am InterNachi Certified to use my state-of-the a FLIR C2 Thermal Imaging Camera.  I use this camera on every suspicious area while doing a home inspection. In conjunction with my moisture meter to determine if moisture exists and to what extent.

Moisture Meter

A moisture meter is an essential instrument used in many industries to detect moisture content in materials. I rely on a moisture meter to identify potential problems and damage to structures from moisture buildup.

With the MMD4E moisture meter, I use the pin sensors to find the moisture content in wood or drywall.  This will help you know if you need to dry the existing materials or replace with brand new ones. Quick determination to remediation is needed to keep your family safe.

5 year Roof Warranty

Covers the roof that was inspected and excludes any defect or consequential leak that was pre-existing in the inspection report

Covers the roof, for leaks, for period of 5 years from the date of inspection

$500 deductible per leak, per claim

$3,000 aggregate coverage for the 5 year coverage period

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90 Day Component Warranty

Reduces your liability should something fail after I report it working in your report.

$0 Deductible to you.

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Covers the home for items that were tested and in working condition at the time of inspection and fail within the first 90 days after the inspection or 22 days after closing, whichever comes later

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Sewer|Gard Warranty

Covers underground Water Lines and Sewer/Septic Lines for failures to the line.

Up to $4,000 coverage for your client ($2,000 coverage per line)

Coverage for 90 days after the inspection or 22 days after closing, whichever comes later.

If you perform a sewer scope of the underground line, and there are no issues, then the policy is good for 6 months (or 22 days after closing) from the inspection date.

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$300 Deductible to the client

Home buyer may continue the coverage for only $12.95 a month if they choose

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RecallChek

Every inspection includes all visible data tags on your appliances, furnaces and A/C units.  These tags are then entered into a database which looks for any recalls on those devices.

Report sent directly to you within 24-48 business hours of the reports submission.

You get a monthly RecallTrak email that checks for future recalls that come up after the inspection and you are able to add/update appliances for FREE at anytime.  This is important because we don’t move appliances that may have their data plate on back of the unit.

FREE RecallChek Phone App for Android and iPhones for easy submissions of data plate images and we do the data entry of model/serial numbers for you.

MoldSafe Warranty

Covers any New Visible Mold in the home that was not there at the inspection without doing a mold inspection.

$300 Deductible to the client

Up to $2,000 coverage for remediation of the new mold.

Good for 90 days after the inspection or 22 days after closing, whichever comes later.

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Concierge Program

This program is available to all clients that may need help in setting up utilities, special discounts on home security systems, Direct TV (applicable in the U.S. only), cable, internet and phone.

It is 100% optional on the you (buyer) part and we will send an email about the program and a link to “Opt-Out” if you do not want to be contacted.

90 Day Buy-Back

If I miss anything InterNachi (my International Home Owners Association) will buy back your home for what you paid for it.

And now for the “fine print”:

  • It’s valid for home inspections performed for home buyers or sellers by participating InterNACHI® members. That’s me.

  • The home must be listed for sale with a licensed real estate agent.

  • The Guarantee excludes homes with material defects not present at the time of the inspection, or not required to be inspected, per InterNACHI’s Residential Standards of Practice.

  • The Guarantee will be honored for 90 days after closing.

  • We’ll pay you whatever price you paid for the home.

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Summary and Action List

The Summary appears in the first section of your report which includes all items I have found that needs repaired or replaced.

The Action List is simply the same as the Summary except it goes to your realtor to review and discuss with seller for remediation.

Monthly Client Contact

The RecallChek service includes a monthly newsletter emailed to you.  It contains any new recall info as well as short features talking about some aspect of home ownership.

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