A quality home inspection is a form of protection. It is an inexpensive way of discovering the condition of a home before you buy it by visually inspecting the major components such as electrical, plumbing and HVAC systems, the roof, crawlspace, attic and interior/exterior.
MICHAEL D. RAY
Tennessee Licensed Home Inspector since 2006. Internachi Certified- Radon Testing, Thermal Imaging, Energy Audits. Tennessee Licensed Building. Contractor.
We offer convenient on-line scheduling with morning appointments Monday thru Saturday. We do one inspection per day, so your inspection is our only priority. We can accomodate multiple inspections if you need a quick turn-around. Your home inspection can cost between $300 and $500, depending on the location and size of the property you're having inspected.
A home inspection is a crucial element of any home purchase. Most buyers make their purchase offer contingent on the results of a home inspection so they can decide not to buy if the inspection reveals significant problems. In a market with heavy competition for homes, buyers sometimes waive the home-inspection contingency to make their offer more appealing to the sellers or sellers can list a property 'AS IS'. Even in those circumstances, it's advisable to schedule an 'information-only' inspection so you know what you're buying.
A home energy audit is the first step to improving your home's energy efficiency. Making energy efficiency upgrades identified in a home energy audit can save 5-30 percent on your monthly energy bill while also ensuring the health and safety of your house.
We are currently offering blower-door and duct blaster tests.
IS YOUR HOME'S AIR SAFE TO BREATH? Radon is a common element in the air but it can accumulate in enclosed areas like basements, crawlspaces and attics. Experts say that it exists at unsafe levels in 1 out of every 15 homes and is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Northeast Tennessee has some of the highest levels of radon in the nation but mitigation systems are highly effective in reducing amounts to acceptable levels. A radon test is conducted by placing an air-monitoring device in the home for 48 hours which provides immediate readings of radon levels.
To get a free quote, or if you have questions or special requests send us an email or give a call or text at 423-791-1264. If you're ready to book a service, use our convenient on-line scheduler.