Residential Inspections

A Home Inspection is a visual report card designed to inform buyers and sellers on the homes current condition. A Home Inspection will identify defects, issues that can lead to major defects, potential safety hazards, and minor imperfections. The Home Inspection Report will also point out the positive attributes of a property. Our detailed report will be sent to you within 24 hours. This report will also include general maintenance recommendation.

One-Year Warranty Inspections

New homes typically come with a One-Year or Builder’s Warranty. This warranty covers most material and workmanship defects in your new home that could occur within the first year. TEC Property Inspections will address any warranty related concerns that can be brought to your builders attention. These concerns will save you from costly expenses you will be responsible for after the Builders Warranty


Don't wait until the warranty on your new home expires before finding out about potential future problems.

New Build Inspections

If you are building a home or buying a newly constructed house from a developer, it's a good idea to hire an inspector to monitor the house as it is being built.

Government inspectors are busy and do not have time to carefully look at all aspects of a new home. They are employed to make sure that the construction meets minimum standard for building codes, TEC Property Inspections will look for all defects and issues that you need to be aware of.

Radon Testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that you can’t see or smell, but it's extremely dangerous and can cause lung cancer. Radon gas comes from the natural breakdown of Uranium, It is usually found in igneous rock and soil. Nearly one out of every 15 homes in the United States is estimated to have elevated Radon levels. The Environmental Protection Agency recommends a Radon Mitigation System when Radon levels are above 4 pCi/l. Make sure your indoor air is safe for your family by having TEC Property Inspections test for radon in your new home.

Lead Testing and Inspections

If you are considering buying an older home and you have children, Lead in your home could cause serious long term health and behavior problems. Lead is hazardous to children under 6 years of age in particular. Lead in paint, dust, and soil is a problem for children because it gets in their bodies when they put fingers, toys, paint chips, or dust in their mouths. Lead is also harmful to pregnant women and her developing fetus. Allow TEC Property Inspections to provide you with piece of mind when your family's safety is at stake.

Sewer Scoping

Very few home buyers realize they are responsible for the sewer line from the home to the city main. Sewer lines that are broken, flat, bellied, offset, or root infested could back up and lead to extensive property damage. Sewer back ups can cause thousands of dollars in property damage. Let TEC Property Inspections scope your sewer line for piece of mind when purchasing your new home.

Asbestos Testing and Inspections

Asbestos is a hazardous material that was used in building homes before 1980. Asbestos was used in tile floors, roof shingles and flashing, siding, insulation,and pipe cement. Long term exposure to Asbestos is harmful to your health. Exposure to Asbestos can cause severe respiratory problems. If your home is built before 1980 it is important for your and your families health to have a certified expert inspect for Asbestos

Mold Testing

Mold can grow undetected in a home for months, even years. Mold can have a significant negative impact on your health and cause damage to your structure.

We’ll look for evidence of past or current mold growth throughout your property so that you can know that the home you’re investing in is free of harmful air pollutants that will cost you down the road.

Electromagnetic Field Testing

An "electromagnetic field" is a broad term which includes electric fields generated by charged particles in motion, and radiated fields, such as TVs, radios, hair dryers and microwave ovens.   Despite the many wonderful conveniences of electrical technology, the effects of EMFs on biological tissue remains the most controversial aspect of the EMF issue.

Electromagnetic hypersensitivity (ES) is a physiological disorder characterized by symptoms directly brought on by exposure to electromagnetic fields. It produces neurological and allergic-type symptoms. If you're concerned about Electromagnetic Fields around your new home, TEC Property Inspections can test the home to put your mind at ease.

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