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Services Offered

Contact Us: 720-445-2698

Pre-listing and Pre-Sale Inspections:
These inspections are a non-invasive, visual inspection of all the major systems contained within the home. This is the most common type of service we provide and is usually associated with the exchange of real estate between two parties. We provide a non-confrontational service that inspects the home with a neutral eye. Our concern is that the house meets the needs and expectations of its intended user. We will observe any defects found, describe in writing the impact of the defect, and direct you to an expert to get it corrected. As an added value, we will come back and re-inspect the item after it has been corrected, if you request it at the time of the inspection (travel fees may apply).

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Maintenance Inspections:
Even if you are a home owner with no plans to move, you can benefit from an inspection. We are knowledgeable and impartial and because we have no products or repair services to sell, our experience and expertise can help you plan and control maintenance costs. Your home needs good care and we can be your best advisor on the subject.

Warranty Inspections:
If you recently purchased your new home from a builder or developer, you are most likely entitled to warranty coverage on most major systems for at least one year. If you call on us, we can provide you with an inspection of those major systems. With the information that we gather, you will be able to make sure that you will not have to pay for repairs that are still covered under the builder’s warranty.
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Radon Testing:
Radon gas is an incredibly dangerous, radioactive gas. Not only is Radon gas colorless and odorless, but it is also toxic and can cause serious health problems. Radon gas is the second leading cause of lung cancer behind cigarette smoke. Radon gas comes from uranium in the soil which, as it breaks down naturally, creates radon gas. It then migrates with other soil gases into the home where it can enter the lungs. Testing is the only way to know what the radon gas concentrations are within your home. It is recommended that all homes be tested for the level of concentration of radon gas.
If the radon gas test results determine that the radon gas levels within your home are at or above 4.0 pCi/L, the EPA recommends installing a radon gas mitigation system.

When testing for radon gas "closed house conditions" must be in place for 12 hours prior to beginning testing as well as for the entire duration of the testing, which is typically 48 hours for a short term test for a real estate transaction.

The following are the requirements for "closed house conditions":
Windows on all levels and external doors should be kept closed (except during normal entry and exit) during the measurement period. (To the extent possible, external doors should not be left open for more than a few minutes during the measurement period.)
Do not operate fans, especially whole house fans, or other machines that bring in air from the outside or push air from inside the home to the outside. Normal operation of the heating system(s) or air conditioning system(s) is permitted. (These air conditioning systems must only re-circulate interior air.)

For more detailed information on radon gas visit the EPA's "A Citizen's guide to Radon".
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We serve Lafayette, Louisville, Erie, Boulder, Superior, Broomfield, Niwot, Longmont, Lyons, Big Elk Meadows, Berthoud, Ft. Lupton, Brighton, Frederick, Dacono, Loveland, Mead, Ft. Collins, Johnstown, Northglenn, Thornton, and Westminster.