You will get a high-quality home inspection backed by experience and care.
Thermal Imaging is a non-invasive way to determine whether the home has any moisture / water intrusion issues, energy loss, and unexpected hot spots. This technology helps us to see if there are any issues with these items in the home:
Our reports will include pictures of these findings and the best explanation possible about what we might think is going on there. Some issues might be an easy repair and some more serious but we will give you what you need to make an informed decision.
Using Drone Technology for hard to reach places on a roof allows the home inspector to provide a more thorough inspection of the roof. Drones allow an inspector to access what might have been an inaccessible roof if it were too steep or high, too wet, or just unsafe in general. The roof is such an important element in the overall condition of the house, Stay Safe Inspections wants to make sure we provide you the best information possible about it.
Drones eliminate the need for a separate, more costly roof inspection or the risk of not knowing what is going on. The use of this technology is already included in the cost of your inspection. You will receive pictures from the drone of the roof and any issues identified in your inspection report.
Stay Safe Inspections continually strives to maintain our reputation for top-notch service and the most thorough, ethical, and accurate home inspection services. We know our years of expertise combined with our attention to detail and service will leave you feeling confident in your real estate transaction.
If you suspect the home you are considering to purchase has mold or if your inspector can visually see mold growth or water damage during the inspection, a mold test can help to confirm those suspicions. Not all mold is necessarily dangerous but a mold test can help determine if it the dangerous kind. If mold removal is necessary, knowing this early on can help you to make an informed decision about your purchase.
Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas! It is naturally occurring and many homes have it, but it is important to know how much. Don’t be alarmed, an easy Radon test during a home inspection can determine if you have radon in the home you are considering purchasing. Even if very high levels are found, there are ways to remediate the issue such as installing a radon mitigation system.
What kind of homes typically have radon? Any kind of home: new, old, homes with and without basements, etc. can have radon so testing can help give you piece of mind.