Conducted in harmony with the “ASHI” standards of practice and consisting of a visual review of the major systems in a home which include:
If it is safe and accessible, I walk the roof, enter attics and crawl spaces, remove access panels and operate equipment. I provide a thorough, narrative, computer-generated report complete with photo documentation. The report is e-mailed to you within 24 to 48 hours following the inspection.
I also provide specialized consulting services such as documenting construction defects and identifying the source of moisture problems. My observations are presented in a well-documented report.
Are you thinking about selling your home? How can you make your home more attractive than the competition, even increasing its perceived value? By paying attention to the details, not neglecting the maintenance and basic upkeep of your home, it will show better than the competition. Lack of maintenance shows! Paying attention to detail as you prepare to sell your home, whether it is going on the market next month or next year, will return dividends. It will provide you with the edge you need!
Precision Property Inspections will help you gain your edge. The old saying is: “An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure,” and that certainly holds true when preparing to sell a home. We will help you identify maintenance items and potential safety hazards that may affect the value as well as the salability of your home. Our goal is to safeguard your investment.
Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas found in nature. Colorado has the second highest concentration of radon in the nation.
Why should you care about radon? Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States next to cigarette smoking. The possibility of getting lung cancer from radon depends on how much radon concentrates in the home, the amount of time spent in the home and whether a person is a smoker. For further information about radon click here.
How do you test for radon? When testing for a real estate transaction a short-term test (2-4 days) is usually conducted. It is recommended that a professional radon technician be used.
Our tests are performed using a Femto-Tech CRM-510 Continuous Radon Monitor. The benefits of a Continuous Radon Monitor are the accuracy of the testing, the ability to see hourly readings and determine if the test has been tampered with, as well as the ability to deliver the results to you in 48 hours. The report will show the average Radon level within the home and at the same time detail the radon level each hour of the 48-hour period. This is a more accurate picture than you can get with any other type of Radon test.