When Purchasing Commercial Real Estate, KNOWLEDGE is POWER
Call or Text Us Today at (713) 377-0111! We Offer Home Buyers, New Construction Packages & More. Open 7 Days a Week Not only are commercial building and home inspections necessary when buying a property, but it is also essential to evaluate the condition of your business or home and contact us to have an inspection done before putting your property on the market! We Offer Radon Gas Testing & Other Environmental Consulting Services. Contact us to have an inspection done before putting your house or commercial property on the market! An Inspection Gives You more control over the selling process. Schedule Today!
WHAT TO EXPECT FROM YOUR INSPECTION
- VISUAL: High-quality images in an HTML report so you can see what’s important. Our full, visual report is delivered within 24 hours of the inspection.
- INFORMATIVE: Informational sections so you can learn about your home. We go through the report and findings with you and your agent after the inspection.
- USEFUL: Issues are pointed out with who to call for more info
- MOBILE-FRIENDLY: Our modern reports can be viewed on your phone or tablet.
- AGENT-FRIENDLY: Our reports feature a Repair Request Document generator for our agent partners. This helps agents quickly grab the language to copy/paste into their document to ask for repairs or concessions.
Property Condition Assessments
For clients who are purchasing, leasing, financing, or just maintaining the property, we also do PCAs. It is essential to document and know the current condition of the property before signing a lease.
Information only Inspection
This inspection is for buyers who want to see all information about a prospective home but don't want to reopen negotiations with the seller.
You bought a house and didn't have it inspected. Now you want to find out what you paid. In this market, it is becoming more common to have an inspection after closing. Find out about the condition of the new house, and what needs to be done. For those who want to know everything about their new home, a post-close inspection should be mandatory.
The purchase of a building can be one of the biggest financial commitments an individual, or company, can make.
Commercial Standards provide vital information to help you make an informed decision before you invest. Our team will help you understand the condition of your structure by putting into perspective both areas of concern and its strengths.
Property inspections are an objective visual assessment of the structure and systems of a building. A property inspection can determine which areas aren't performing well and which components are unsafe or beyond their useful lives. Inspections cover hundreds of items, including the exterior and interior, from the foundation up to the roof.
- Residential Inspection Services
- Commercial Building Inspection Services
- Whole-House Inspection
- Testing Services
- Foundation Inspection
- Building Inspection
- Annual Maintenance Inspection
- Apartment Building Inspection
- Radon & Gas Testing
- Whole House Inspection
- Pre Inspection
- Residential and Apartment Building
- Home Inspector
- Home Inspections
Radon, a radioactive gas with an innocuous odor, is formed from the natural decay of uranium within soil, rock, and water. Radon can cause a health risk by entering the air you inhale. Radon is the second most common cause of lung cancer. The Midwest, including Omaha and Lincoln, has higher levels of radon. About 50% of the homes we test have radon levels above 4.0 picocuries, which is the EPA's action level.
Radon Levels In Our Area
According to Iowa and Texas, certain counties in the area have high levels of Radon.
- Douglas 51%
- Washington 67%
- Sarpy 60%
- Saunders 67%
- Pottawattamie County (IA) 55%
How does Radon enter the Home?
The air pressure in your home is typically lower than that of the soil surrounding your foundation. This difference causes your home to act as a vacuum and draw in radon gas through cracks in foundations and other openings, such as construction joints and water supply lines, and any gaps or cracks in the structure.
Do You Need to Test for Radon?
Only testing can tell you how high your home's levels of radon. All homes should be tested by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), The Surgeon General, and The Texas Department of Health and Human Services. There are simple ways to reduce radon levels in homes that have been tested. Even extremely high levels of radon can be reduced to acceptable levels.
Molds are fungi. Molds can grow in both the built and natural environment. Indoor and outdoor mold particles are tiny. Molds are found in nature and help to break down "spores", which are tiny and easily spread through the air. When the right conditions are present, live spores can form new mold growths (colonies).
Why test for mold before you buy a home?
Mold growth can often go unnoticed in a home. Mold spores can thrive in moistened areas such as behind wallpaper or walls.
Health Effects from Mold Infestation
Health Effects from Mold Infestation Allergies are the most frequent health problem caused by indoor mold. While other more serious health problems can be caused by indoor mold, most people who have been exposed to it report symptoms such as:
- Sinus and nasal congestion
- Breathing difficulties and wheezing
- Sore throat
- Eye and skin irritation
- Sinusitis and upper respiratory infections
Mold can cause serious health problems and damage the home's structural integrity. The cost of remediation can run into the thousands. Even if there isn't visible mold growth, testing is the only way of determining if there is a problem.
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