Our Inspection Packages

We offer three exclusive Home Inspection Packages that allow you to select the range of services you prefer, so you can have peace of mind about buying the home you love. Your report is printed and delivered at the time of the inspection, so there’s no waiting for results. You’ll also have online access to your report anytime.

Pre-Purchase Inspections for Buyers

The professional home inspector visually examines the readily accessible systems and components of a home and operates those systems and components utilizing industry Standards of Practice. The client is encouraged to attend the entire inspection. Areas to be inspected include:

  • Property & Site
  • Exterior & Garage
  • Roof & Attic
  • Basement/Structure
  • Heating/Cooling systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • All bathrooms and fixtures
  • All kitchen and built in appliances
  • All interior living spaces

Upon completion of the inspection, a computerized Inspection Report with digital pictures of defects is printed on site and presented in the Pillar To Post Inspection Report Binder, which also includes a seasonal maintenance checklist, home file system for important papers/receipts and an informational home repair CD.

We inspect residential single and multi unit homes, apartment buildings, and light commercial office/retail buildings.

Pre-Listing Inspections for Sellers

In preparation of listing a home for sale, the professional home inspector will visually examine the readily accessible systems and components of a home and operates those systems and components utilizing industry Standards of Practice. The owner is encouraged to attend the entire inspection. Areas to be inspected include:

  • Property & Site
  • Exterior & Garage
  • Roof & Attic
  • Basement/Structure
  • Heating/Cooling systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Electrical Systems

Upon completion of the inspection, a computerized Inspection Report with digital pictures of defects is printed on site and presented in the Pillar To Post Inspection Report Binder, which also includes a seasonal maintenance checklist, home file system for important papers/receipts and an informational home repair CD.

Additional copies of the report will be made available for distribution to potential buyers, and a Pillar To Post yard sign will be installed.

New Construction Inspection

Completed during the construction process, this type of inspection is a visual examination of all accessible areas of a residential house by a qualified professional home inspector, which is designed to identify observed material defects in the major component groups. These inspections are performed in phases, with reports issued at the completion of each inspection phase. The client is encouraged to attend each phase of the inspection. Typically three phase inspections are performed:

1. Footer/foundation/drainage inspection performed before the foundation hole is filled.
2. Mechanical rough in inspection, and pre-drywall.
3. Final phase is a home inspection that includes: Property & Site, Exterior & Garage, Roof & Attic, Basement/Structure, Heating/Cooling systems, Plumbing Systems, Electrical Systems, bathrooms and fixtures, kitchen and appliances, and all living spaces.

Upon completion of the inspection, a computerized Inspection Report with digital pictures of defects is printed on site, and inserted into the Pillar To Post inspection report binder.

Wood Destroying Insect Inspection

A visual inspection of accessible areas for active or evidence of past infestation of wood destroying insects to include termites, carpenter ants and carpenter bees by a State of Indiana Licensed Inspector. An NCPM-33 inspection report is issued with the findings of the report.

Radon Testing

Testing is performed using EPA protocol for home sellers and buyers. A continuous radon monitor is placed in the home for a 46 hour minimum testing period by a State ofIndiana Licensed Radon Tester. A Sampling Report is issued with the radon levels by hour and an EPA Overall Radon Average for the sampling period.

Mold Screen Inspection with Air Samples

This is an initial step to determining if a home has a mold problem. The Inspector will perform a visual examination of all accessible areas of the residential home which is designed to identify current or past moisture problems which may lead to mold contamination. The client is encouraged to attend the entire inspection. Up to four air and/or surface samples will be collected and sent to a laboratory for analysis. Laboratory results are available in approximately 3 business days. If the report analysis reveals elevated mold readings the next step is consultation with a Certified Industrial Hygienist for remediation.

Re-Inspection

A visual examination of areas to be determined by the client designed to evaluate whether work requested in a contract addendum has been completed in a satisfactory manner. A copy of the contract addendum and the client, or the client’s representative must be present during the re inspection. A re-inspection report will be issued at the conclusion of the re-inspection.