Lead Paint

Lead Paint Many people are surprised to learn that lead-based paint is safe – as long as it is not defective – chipping, peeling, or flaking. When lead paint is damaged or deteriorating in any way, it creates lead dust. And it’s from the lead dust that...

Sewer Scope

Sewer Scope Sewer scopes or camera sewer line inspections are for properties that are on public water, and they take about one to two hours. This inspection allows you to see if tree roots, corrosion, or anything else is blocking the main sewer line. If that line is...

Water Testing

Water Testing Generally speaking, well-owners are responsible for protecting the water in their wells, just as the government is responsible for protecting public water. To that end, the EPA recommends annual testing of well-water for potential contaminants. The most...

Termites

Wood Destroying Insect Inspection (WDI) A Wood Destroying Insect Inspection or WDI (commonly referred to as a Termite Inspection) is an inspection that is required by most lenders. As the name suggests, the WDI is an inspection for wood destroying insects including:...

Asbestos

Asbestos Asbestos was used in many types of building products from roofing, siding, and attic insulation to floor tiles, adhesives, and furnace ductwork insulation in the United States from the 1930’s to the 1970’s. And finding suspected asbestos-containing components...

Mold Inspection and Testing

Mold Inspection and Testing Mold testing can be done for many reasons, but the most common reasons we provide testing are for peace of mind, or because someone sees or smells something that seems moldy or mildewy. Air testing is done to determine if mold spores exist...