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  • Roofing, Flashings, & Trim

  • Gutters & Drainage

  • Decks, Porches, & Railings

  • Foundation

  • Basements & Crawlspaces

  • Attics & Insulation

  • Fireplaces & Chimneys

  • Garages & Carports

  • Masonry & Siding

  • Heating Systems

  • Air Conditioning Systems

  • Electrical, Breakers, & Fuses

  • Plumbing Fixtures & Valves

  • Water Pressure

  • Termite Inspection

  • Mold Inspection

  • Air Quality Testing

  • Windows & Doors

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Full-Service Home Inspections

Home inspections are crucial to the buying processes. Overall, your home inspection will evaluate any problems within the property that should be addressed, either by the seller or the buyer. A quality inspection will look at a wide array of factors to fully evaluate the safety and integrity of the property. Because of this, home inspections allow you to fully understand any problem areas or shortcomings a home may have. An inspection checklist can help sellers understand what can be improved upon to raise the property value. Likewise, home inspections can give buyers information regarding potential renovations, or possible points of negotiation.

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Thermal Imaging

Our licensed home inspectors utilize a wide variety of tools and techniques to ensure that we are providing an accurate evaluation of your property. One of these tools is Thermal Imaging. With thermal imaging technology, we are able to identify potential issues such as faulty insulation, drafty windows, and more. Infrared thermal imaging is an effective, non-invasive method of collecting data during the inspection that cannot be revealed through other conventional methods. Because of this imaging technology, we are able to more accurately assess aspects of your property.

Generally, thermal imaging is employed to inspect energy usage and efficiency. IR technology can be effective in locating damaged radiant heating systems, air-conditioning compressor leaks, drafts from structural damage, and leaks from door/window seals. Additionally, this technology can identify moisture intrusion from plumbing leaks, rook cracks, and more.

Home Inspections Aren’t Just For Purchasing Property

Overall, home inspections can be helpful to property owners not looking to sell. Home inspections can help you seek out aspects of your home in need of renovation or repair. Inspections allow you to locate areas of disrepair or inefficiency in your home. We can help you identify what you can upgrade, to save money or increase your quality of life. Many points of our inspection checklist deal with health and safety hazards that can pose a potential threat to you and your loved ones.

Mold, Radon, and Other Health Risks

Our complete home inspections include looking for mold, mildew, radon, and other potential health hazards. Mold and Mildew come from moisture intrusion over a period of time and can lead to a variety of health issues, generally associated with the respiratory system.

Radon is a colorless, odorless, and radioactive gas that occurs naturally as uranium decays over time. Trace amounts of uranium under your house can dispel this gas, and permeate it up through the soil. Because radon can permeate through common building materials, such as sheetrock, concrete, and wood, it can come through the foundation of your home. Radon gas can build up in your home and create air quality and health issues. While tolerable in trace amounts, radon buildup could lead to more severe health issues, such as lung cancer.

Termites and Other Destructive Pests

Termites and other pests can cause serious damage to the structural integrity of your home. Homeowners across the country spend about $5 billion each year on termite control and repair. Our home inspectors can help you identify potential termite infestations before they become rampant. Overall, finding a termite infestation early can save you thousands in repair costs down the line.

Lead and Asbestos Testing for Home Inspections

Lead and asbestos are materials that were used in homes for a long time before they were deemed too hazardous for the public. Prolonged exposure to lead and asbestos has been linked to a range of cancers and other life-threatening chronic conditions. Both of these materials can be especially harmful to the development of children A proper inspection from Fairview Home Inspections will look for and identify any lead pipes, lead paint, or asbestos on the property.

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Drones for Home Inspections

Our team of inspectors uses drones to allow us to obtain a safer and more accurate analysis of the property. Because our drones allow us to more efficiently inspect roofs, chimneys, and more; we can give you a more thorough inspection. Our drones are also equipped with thermal imaging cameras so that we can get an accurate reading of leaks or insulation issues throughout our home inspections.

Drones for Home Inspections

Our team of inspectors uses drones to allow us to obtain a safer and more accurate analysis of the property. Because our drones allow us to more efficiently inspect roofs, chimneys, and more; we can give you a more thorough inspection. Our drones are also equipped with thermal imaging cameras so that we can get an accurate reading of leaks or insulation issues throughout our home inspections.