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Our Inspections

InterNachi Certified Home Inspector

General Home Inspection

A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property, performed for a fee, which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components that are both observed and deemed material by the inspector.

InterNachi Certified Wood Destroying Insect Inspector

Wood Destroying Insect Inspection

A visual inspection of the interior and exterior of a structure to determine the presence or absence of wood destroying insects that may affect the structural integrity of the structure.

InterNachi Certified Radon Tester

Radon Gas Testing

Radon is a colorless, odorless, radioactive gas that may be harmful to humans. We will measure the radon in the air by placing an approved measurement device in the home for a minimum of 48 hours. We will issue a written report with the findings and make recommendations for any needed remedial action.

InterNachi Certified Septic Inspector

Septic System Inspection

An objective evaluation of the structure's wastewater treatment system components to determine the overall condition. A written report will be provided that includes information about the type and condition of the system. Recommendations may also be provided for further investigation or corrective actions.

InterNachi Certified Well Inspector

Private Well Inspection

Includes an evaluation of all visible and readily accessible well system components. It also includes a basic well flow test to determine if the well and components are capable of delivering adequate water to the structure.

InterNachi Certified Water Quality Tester

Water Quality Testing

Water Quality Testing involves the inspector drawing water from the structures' water supply and delivering to an accredited laboratory for analysis to determine if there are any present contaminants that may affect the water's drinkability. 


Sewer Camera Inspection

A sewer scope is a video inspection of the lateral sewer line from the house at or near the foundation to the city, HOA tap, or the septic tank. The purpose of a sewer scope is to discover and report defects that are visible in the lateral sewer line. The scope typically also identifies the material used within the sewer line itself.

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We Go There!

If you live in Eastern Pennsylvania or Northern Delaware, we probably go there.

Our Pennsylvania service area includes: Berks County, Bucks County, Chester County, Delaware County, Montgomery County, Lancaster County, Philadelphia County, York County

Our Delaware service area includes: New Castle County

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