A home inspection gives you a detailed report of the condition of a home and all of its components.
A home inspector is trained to look for the not so obvious defects in a house.
Allow me to find any problems big or small so you have the most knowledge of condition of all aspects of your new home.
Have your home inspected by a qualified inspector.
WI Home Inspector LIC #2762-106
Member of Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors.
A general home inspection will give you an overview of the condition of the home and working components for that home. This inspection will notify you of potential safety concerns and potential defects that could lead to costly maintenance or repairs now or down the road.
What to expect in the inspection?
Structure of home: Foundation to Roof
Interior and Exterior Conditions of Home
Attics Basements Crawl Spaces
HVAC (Heating Ventilation Air Conditioning)
Plumbing and Electrical
Grounds and Outbuildings including Garage pole buildings Sheds Decks Patios and More
Radon Testing available in Wisconsin.
Radon is an invisible gas that is only detectable by testing. Exposure to high Radon levels can lead to lung cancer, and other long term health problems.
Tests includes 48 hour monitoring. with results given on completion of test.
Buying a house?
Have it tested for radon before you by. Radon mitigation can cost upwards of $10,000.
Service areas Northwest WI including: Minong, Hayward, Spooner, Siren, Superior, Maple, Solon Springs, Poplar, Brule, Gordon, Wascott, Barnes, Cumberland, Rice Lake, Shell Lake, Clam Lake, Lake Nebagamon, Danbury, Turtle Lake, Ashland, Washburn, Iron River, Trego, Stone Lake, Grantsburg,
Northeast Minnesota Including: Duluth, Cloquet, Proctor, Hermantown, Hinkely, Wrenshall, Sandstone, Carlton, Kerrick, Barnum, Moose Lake, Cromwell, Two Harbors