Our highly rated home inspection services and radon testing give you a top to bottom view of a home and peace of mind. Our home inspector is licensed and experienced as well as highly rated. We serve the Triangle (Durham, Raleigh, Chapel Hill) and surrounding areas. We also serve the Crystal Coast (Beaufort, Morehead City, Atlantic Beach, Emerald Isle) and surrounding areas in North Carolina.

Pre-Listing Home Inspection

If you want sell your home, a Pre-Listing Home Inspection can reveal issues that need to be addressed before listing your home. Furthermore, you can fix the issues before they are found by prospective buyers. Our Pre-Listing Home Inspection gives you a top to bottom view of your home’s condition and peace of mind to move forward with listing your home.

Home Maintenance Inspection

A Home Maintenance Inspection reviews the current condition of your home and protects your most important asset. It helps homeowners find issues to repair. Also, a yearly Home Maintenance Inspection catches issues before there is major damage. Therefore, you save money and the health of the home remains intact. Our Home Maintenance Inspection gives you a top to bottom view of your home and peace of mind that the home is safe.

New Construction Home Inspection

Not all homes are perfect including new ones. That’s why a New Construction Home Inspection can protect your investment. Municipal Inspectors inspect newly constructed homes using the NC Residential Building Code but this is a bare minimum for building standards. Our home inspector not only checks building codes but best practices and manufacturer recommendations. Also, our home inspector is a Licensed General Contractor. A huge asset to the inspection process. Our New Construction Home Inspection gives you a top to bottom view of your new home and gives you peace of mind to move forward with closing.

Radon Testing

In addition to home inspections, we offer Radon Testing. Radon is the 2nd leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (US EPA) and the Surgeon General’s Office, approximately 20,000 lung cancer deaths are caused each year by radon. Also, North Carolina ranks 12th in the nation for high radon levels. The gas can become trapped in your home. Therefore, it is best to test for this dangerous radioactive gas.