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HOME INSPECTION

A Home inspection is a non-invasive visual examination of a residential dwelling, which is designed to identify observed material defects within specific components of a said dwelling. The home inspector describes the condition of the home at the time of inspection.

We provide detailed reports within 24 hrs to help you know the condition of the home you are trying to buy or sell. 

  • Property conditions.

  • Structural conditions 

  • Roofing /Overhangs

  • Siding/Doors/Windows

  • Electrical - Service Entrance/Distribution/Branch wiring and devices

  • Plumbing - Supply/Distribution/Waste

  • HVAC - Heating and cooling source/distribution

  • Attic and Crawl space conditions and ventilation

  • Kitchen and Appliances

 

MOLD ASSESSMENT

Visual analysis of mold growth and the source creating favorable conditions for mold growth to occur. Reports are provided with pictures of observed areas and recommendations to prevent recurrence. A remediation plan is written for the contractor of your choosing to follow. After remediation has been complete a follow up inspection will be completed to make sure the remediation contractor has removed all visible signs of mold in compliance with New York State Mold Law. 

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MOLD INSPECTION

"Mold assessment" means an inspection or assessment of real property that is designed to discover mold, conditions that facilitate mold, conditions that are likely to facilitate mold, or any combination thereof.

Mold Assessment Work Standards:

Prepare a “Mold Remediation Plan”. Provide it to client.

Mold Remediation Plan to include:  Rooms and areas where work is to be performed

  1. Estimated quantities of materials to be cleaned or removed,

  2. The methods to be used for each type remediation in each type of area,

  3. The type of PPE to be supplied by the Remediator for use by the licensed abatement workers,

  4. Proposed clearance procedures and criteria for each type of remediation in each type of area,

  5. How to notify building occupants,

  6. Estimated cost and estimated time to complete project,

  7. Identify the underlying source of the moisture and a recommendation as to the type of contractor needed to fix the problem, and

  8. Conduct post-abatement assessment and issue notice of completion.

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