What do We Inspect?
– Structural Components
– Attic, Ventilation & Insulation
– Exterior Cladding
– Attached Garage
– Electrical System
– Plumbing System
– HVAC System
– Interior, including:
– Ceilings, Floors/Walls
After the inspection we take our findings and compile them in an easy-to-read report, including detailed descriptions and high resolution photos of issues we’ve discovered. Your report will be delivered via email within 24-48 hours. We don’t quit until you understand everything in that report.
What happens after the Inspection?
Buying a home is the biggest investment you’ll ever make, so it is important to understand the condition of your investment. Let AerialScope Inspections provide the thorough inspection you expect and a report you can lean on to make an educated confident decision. As a Certified Professional Inspector® trained by InterNACHI®, Bryan has the knowledge to spot problems with materials, installation and workmanship that other inspectors might miss. Bryan adheres to a comprehensive Standards of Practice, which ensures that you receive a detailed and accurate home inspection. We also abide by a strict Code of Ethics, which puts your interests first and protects your rights as a consumer.
We know first hand how stressful buying a home can be. Whether you are buying, building, or selling the home you are in, or purchasing an investment property let AerialScope Inspections give you peace of mind to make the right choice for you and your family’s future.
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Thermography is a technique for detecting and measuring variations of infrared light emitted by objects with a thermal camera.
Through the use of thermal imaging we can detect thermal anomalies that could save you hundreds or even thousands of dollars! As a homeowner, you might have poor/missing insulation causing your electric bill to be through the roof, we can help locate the problem area!
(Thermal imaging cameras should not be the deciding factor should a problem exist.)
*The above window has failed due to the seal failing. At this stage, this condition cannot be seen with the naked eye
*The active water leak above was confirmed with a moisture meter
*The thermal imaging showed a gap in insulation which was confirmed by inspecting the attic