As part of the home buying process, an inspection protects your investment by exposing defects and other conditions of the property that will help you with your decision to purchase. As our client, we are working in your best interest and will provide you with a full report about the condition of the property you are buying.
" I really enjoy helping potential buyers find a sense of peace before purchasing a new home."
Dave Smith, CPI
Our home Inspections are a visual examination of the structure and components of a home in order to find items that are unsafe or need to be fixed. If a problem or symptom of a problem is found, the home inspector's report will include a written description of the problem and may recommend further evaluation. Before you close on a home, you need to consider whether or not repairs are needed and also who is going to pay for these repairs if any are found.
Thermal Imaging offers a way to visualize certain defects within a home that are invisible to the naked eye.Summit Home Inspection uses state-of-the-art tools and cameras to assist in detecting and identify potential problems such as moisture penetration, insulation deficiencies, air leaks and overheating electrical components. Thermal Imaging is included in our standard home inspection.
Radon gas is a toxic gas that seeps into homes through the foundations. And it doesn't matter if your home is built on a basement, crawlspace or a slab, this deadly gas can seep in and it doesn't matter if it's brand new construction or a 50 year old home. The good news is that Radon Gas can be detected with a simple test and if the home you're purchasing has elevated levels of Radon Gas, it can be fixed.