Home Buyers and Sellers
Whether your are buying or selling a home One Source Inspection LLC. is a valuable team to have at your side. Our highly trained inspectors take pride in providing you with the knowledge and tools you need to make sure your home is the perfect fit for you and your family.
A general home inspection is one of the most important parts of the buying or selling process. It gives a second look at the property from a non biased source to make sure nothing is overlooked.
A Wood Destroying Insect inspection will look further into the property for past or present evidence of termites, carpenter ants and other insects that can damage the structural components of the home or property .
Radon is a naturally occuring gas that has been linked to lung cancer. A radon test is completed over a 48 hour period which our monitor tests for elevated levels of radon in the home. Don't worry if elevated levels are found this can be Mitigated to safe levels.
A Maintenance Inspection is the ultimate honey do list for homeowners. We will give you a full assessment of the home's condition and areas that need attention now to prevent costly repairs in the future. Along with the full digital report you will receive recommendations and tips from our trained inspectors.
A Pre-Listing inspection is a great tool to have prior to selling your home in this fast paced market. This inspection will help you save you from costly repair request from future buyer of the property. Along with that you will receive a full digital report for you to share with your future buyers.
An 11-Month Warranty Inspection is perfect for New Build properties or properties with home warranties. We will inspect for issues in the home so you can address the warranty company before your warranty is up.
Mold is found in almost every home in america. If large areas of mold are found on the property having swab samples or air samples may be recommended. In this case upon request we can take samples and send them to a lab to have analyzed.
If your home was built before 1978, there is a good chance it has lead-based paint. In 1978, the federal government banned consumer uses of lead-containing paint, but some states banned it even earlier. We have licensed risk assessors that can sample and advise you on risks of lead based paint.