Home Inspectors in Garfield, MI
Are you looking to purchase or sell a home in Garfield, MI? Our professional home inspectors have over 100 years of combined experience. See below for some of the services we offer you at MichiganPro.
Mold poses a health risk for anyone who lives in or enters your home in Garfield, Michigan. Have you had water damage, mold removed, or are you looking to purchase a home? Our home inspectors will inspect your home from the roof to the foundation for mold. If mold-like substances are found, they can take direct samples or air samples and will send them to a laboratory for results. A mold inspection is included with every home inspection.
Pests and insects can do all kinds of damage to your home and pose a health risk, as well. Our home inspectors can look your home over for evidence of any current or past pests and insects. A pest and insect inspection are included with each home inspection in Garfield, MI.
Have you heard that radon is the second-highest cause of lung cancer in the United States? Radon is a radioactive gas which we cannot see, smell, or taste. Our home inspectors can test for radon in your Garfield, MI home and the test will be sent to a laboratory for results.
Our home inspectors will inspect your septic tank to see if there are any issues. We will also check to see if the water is flowing the way it should. A digital report will be written with our findings.
Does your home have a well? We can do a load test on your Garfield, MI well and make sure it is in good working order. We also can do a well water test for you and check for many different type of water contaminants, such as: nitrates, nitrites, lead, arsenic, e-coli, etc. The well water sample/s will be sent to a laboratory for results.
Air quality testing can be done to test for many potential harmful air contaminants. Some options are VOC testing, volatile organic chemical testing, analyte testing, meth testing, and air particle analysis testing. Please call us with any questions you may have about your air quality testing needs in Garfield, MI.
The pipe that is between the city sewer system and your home waste system can become damaged in a variety of ways. If the pipe becomes damaged it is the homeowner’s responsibility to fix, and not the city’s responsibility. The sewer line can be expensive to fix. Our home inspectors can scope the pipe and let you know of any potential issues they may find.
Contact us today to set up your home inspection. We are here to assist you with your home inspection needs.