Pre-Purchase Home Inspections

Buying a house is an exciting time in life but it can also be stressful. Especially, if you are not sure of the home’s true physical condition. Hilltop Home Inspections provides a quality, comprehensive pre-purchase home inspection that gives you a top to bottom view of your potential home’s condition and gives you peace of mind to move forward with this major investment. 

Pre-Listing Home Inspections

If you are planning to sell your home, a pre-listing home inspection can reveal defects to be addressed before listing and potentially being discovered by prospective buyers. Hilltop Home Inspections provides a quality, comprehensive pre-listing home inspection that gives you a top to bottom view of your home’s condition and gives you peace of mind by helping to prevent a loss or delay in the sale.

Home Maintenance Inspections

A home maintenance inspection helps inform homeowners of the current condition of their home. This allows any new safety concerns or maintenance items to be revealed and immediately repaired before significant damage is done. Hilltop Home Inspections provides a quality, comprehensive home maintenance inspection that gives you a top to bottom view of your home’s condition and gives you peace of mind by knowing your home is safe and stable.

New Construction Home Inspections

Not all houses are perfect including new ones. That’s why Hilltop Home Inspections provides a quality, comprehensive new construction home inspection that gives you a top to bottom view of your new home’s condition and gives you peace of mind to move forward with closing on your investment. The NC Residential Building Code used by Municipal Inspectors is a bare minimum for building standards. My new construction inspections will be based not only on building codes but best practices and manufactures recommendations which go well beyond a basic code inspection. My background and field experience as a Licensed General Contractor will be an enormous asset to the inspection process. 

Radon Testing

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. Hilltop Home Inspections can help you determine the level of radon that exists in your home so that any high levels found can be addressed, making your home safe and giving you peace of mind.