A pool inspection ensures that there are no surprises when you go to use your pool for the first time. This inspection includes critical information on the condition of the pool’s structure, filtration, heating systems, and mechanical equipment as well as budgets for recommended repairs / renovations.
The inspector provides friendly, quick pool orientations for new home / pool owners designed to explain all the critical systems and maintenance needs including pumps, filtration, cleaning, skimming, and more.
Termites can cause serious structural damage to your home because they live in colonies that can number from several hundred thousand to several million.
HIA LLC offers full array of real estate inspection services including the best home inspections available, radon, mold, SewerScan and indoor air quality testing.
Infrared Thermography Scan is a valuable add-on service to your home inspection. We can “see” thermal signatures and locate air infiltration points at walls and ceilings, find worn/damaged window and door weather seals
Chimney Level II inspection
A chimney inspection is the process where the technicians examine the condition of the chimney structure, flue system, and the basic appliance installation and connections, to confirm that it’s free of obstruction and combustible deposits.
Swimming pool & Spa inspection
A pool inspection ensures that there are no surprises when you go to use your pool for the first time. This inspection includes critical information on the condition of the pool’s structure, filtration, heating systems...
Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas, which is colorless, odorless and tasteless and occurs naturally in soil. It is produced from radium, a byproduct formed in the decay of uranium.
Molds have the potential to cause health problems. Molds produce allergens (substances that can cause allergic reactions), irritants, and in some cases, potentially toxic substances (mycotoxins).
Indoor Air Quality testing
Children are more susceptible to air pollution because they breathe a greater volume of air relative to their body weight.
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