Do you have water damage mold in your home? If you answered yes, the chances are you may be exposed to toxic black water damage mold in your home. If you have any doubts or concerns make sure you call today and have a professional certified home inspector perform an air quality test. We send all our samples to an EPA certified laboratory for analysis. The link below shows 7 common mistakes made by 1st time home buyers: http://www.moneycrashers.com/mistakes-first-time-home-buyers/
PRICE: Experienced home inspectors take their time. If you’re quoted an average price between $350 and $400 for an inspection but then you get a quote for $250 for the same house. The inspector may not be experienced or may not have the correct tools.
ROOFING: Roofing problems are fairly sneaky and can develop unnoticed for years causing rot, mold, warping and other expensive damage.
TERMITES: Termites and other wood destroying insects can do massive damage to a home and greatly impact its value. In humid areas termites are a problem and it’s not unusual to find homes that have been virtually hollowed out.
HVAC: Heating or cooling is important and one of the most common problems in your home. Some older units have been listed on recall and considered very dangerous. Make sure your home inspector checks the model and or serial number. http://www.nadca.com/zm2/search1.asp