Everything you need to make an informed decision on your home
The last thing you should be worried about when buying a home is whether it’s truly in the condition that’s reported to you by your home inspector. Integrity Inspection Service makes sure that you fully understand what is going on with your home and equips you with actionable solutions.
A good quality inspection can help answer your questions and empowers you to make well-informed decisions regarding your home. From roof to foundation, you can trust us to find any potential concerns and report them in a clear, concise way so you know what you need to do next.
Radon is a dangerous radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer and is the second-leading cause of the disease. At Integrity, we are trained on highly specialized equipment that detects radon in your home.
During your inspection, we make it a point to be on the look-out for issues like termites, mold, and any foundation concerns. These are things that sometimes go unnoticed, but Integrity Inspection Service understands that sometimes what looks like a minor issue may actually be a major concern. That’s why we take the extra time to ensure that we know what we’re looking at before we complete our inspection.
House mold comes with a variety of health problems, most notably to the lungs. Mold spores are toxic and so small that they are easily breathed in. While some people may not show signs that they are sick, others can suffer from health issues related to mold in the home, including allergy-like symptoms and skin irritation. It’s also worth noting that not all mold is the same, with some more dangerous than others.
Termite damage can be extremely dangerous to your home. As the tiny bugs gnaw through organic material like the wood used in your house’s frame, over time they can severely damage the structural integrity of your home. If you see pencil-sized rows of dirt, dobs of what looks like dirt on your walls, or holes in suspicious wood-based areas such as baseboards and window or door trims, Integrity Inspector Service is ready to come perform an inspection for you.
Foundations of all types can present structural concerns, and we know them all. bowing, moisture intrusion, cracks, and sinking, among others. Look for floors or ceilings that sag, if there are any gaps between exterior walls and windows, or if your walls seem to be bowing. These are all signs that something may be wrong with your foundation – signs that it’s time to call Integrity Inspection Service.