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House Confidence Building Inspections Po

Our standard service starts at the top of your property with the roof and concludes in the foundation. We conduct a limited and non-invasive review of your drainage, structural, venting, plumbing, electrical, HVAC systems, and most major appliances. Its a process that can take between 2-3 hrs, on average, to complete.  Once we are done, you can expect to receive a thorough report that notes any major defects or safety concerns. Additionally, our reporting provides maintenance recommendations based on your specific property that you can use to protect your investment for years to come. The mission of our business is to get you informed with a property's condition so you can have CONFIDENCE in your purchasing decisions. As part of our appreciation for your trust in us, we remain available to answer  any questions about your inspections for as long as you own your home or investment property. 

Additional Inspection Services To Consider:

Water Well Testing

Water Testing Confidence Building Inspec
Radon Testing  Maine Confidence Building

A well that has a quality water supply can become contaminated anytime and should be tested at least annually. We offer testing that checks for Bacteria that can come from sewage and landfill seepage, Trace elements and heavy metals that can come from industrial runoff, and Nitrates that can come from pesticides and other agricultural activity.

Radon Testing

Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, and chemically inert radioactive gas that occurs naturally in our environment. Prolonged Exposure contributes to over 20,000 Lung Cancer related deaths annually in the United States. We always recommend this test with an inspection as testing is the only way to determine how much is present.   

Thermal Imaging

Moisture found in closet - Thermal Imagi

Thermal Imaging as part of your inspection is useful in detecting water in areas otherwise not visible during a routine inspection. The picture to the left shows water that had started to penetrate the exterior of a home after a storm and had not reached the interior yet. It is also used to identify leaking air ducts, gaps in insulation, leaking windows and doors, as well as electrical issues. It is a useful addition to your inspection and will help you identify areas to improve the overall efficiency of your home.  

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