There is a multitude of things that could be lurking under the surface of a new home that a potential buyer is completely unaware of. General home inspections provide valuable information to help you make an informed decision, but they don’t catch everything. Evolve Property Inspections offers home inspections, as well as many specialty inspections, that will take a closer look at a specific area of the home or property. Let’s go through some of the valuable inspections that we offer, and how they could end up saving you in the long run.
When the presence of mold is suspected by a visual mold inspection, our mold inspectors will recommend certified mold testing. There are two main methods of testing, which are air sampling and surface sampling. The inspectors will collect samples and send them off for analysis by a certified laboratory. Evolve Property Inspections’ mold inspectors may use a rotameter, borescope, humidity gauge, moisture meter, or thermographic camera to evaluate the condition of the home.
Florida lands in the top nine states that are most at risk for termites. A termite inspection may or may not be required, depending on how you are securing the financing for your home. Regardless, it is wise to protect yourself with a termite inspection prior to purchase. With the extensive and costly damage termites and other wood-destroying organisms can cause, you will want to know if there is an infestation lurking under the surface of the home you are about to purchase.
Septic Tank Inspections
Whether you are buying or selling a home, you don’t want an issue with the septic system to interfere with the transaction. Evolve Property Inspections’ third-party licensed and insured experts will evaluate the condition of the septic system and provide an in-depth analysis of the overall viability and estimated lifespan of the septic system. They will also recommend repairs or a replacement with an estimate of the cost. You can determine whether or not to go through with the sale after having a full picture of the home’s condition.
Level II infrared thermal imaging gives our inspectors the ability to detect issues that we would otherwise miss. Thermal imaging inspections can detect differences in the surface temperature, which would serve as a clue to the inspector that further investigation is warranted by a qualified professional. They would then check for an issue such as a leak or missing insulation in that area. This is a valuable inspection to have before you sign the contract.
Schedule Your Specialty Inspection Today
Evolve Property Inspections understands that buying a home is a big decision, and we want to eliminate as much stress as possible for you. In addition to our specialty inspections, we offer single family home inspections, multi-family home inspections, and more. Contact us today at (305) 506-8969 to request a quote or schedule your inspection now. We serve residents in Miami-Dade County and the surrounding areas of Kendall, Pinecrest, and Coral Gables.