Specialty Services

Drone Pilot Photography (Coming Soon)
Real Estate Inspection Photography In many instances, a drone inspection will be a visual inspection, with the drone’s camera acting as the inspector’s eyes. Using a drone, visual data is collected and then reviewed in detail later by the inspector (some review is done on the spot, too, but the thorough inspection after data is collected represents the bulk of the visual inspection work).

Commercial & Residential Real Estate Photography

Demonstrate the value of properties with a multitude of aerial angles and views. Give potential buyers a bird’s eye view of your entire property using our high quality drone photographs and videos. “Properties with aerial images are 68% more likely to sell.  And that number is only increasing.” – Real Estate Magazine. Jan 2019

Sewer Line Inspections (Coming Soon)
Home Buyers & Sellers

All buyers should obtain a sewer inspection if the home in question is more than 20 years old. The line might be fairly new compared to homes built before 1950, but it’s fairly common for tree roots to clog it up over 20 years or so. The video inspection (“sewer scoping”) of the residential sewer line is an important, yet often overlooked step in evaluating the overall condition of your current home or potential future residence. Underground and unnoticed, the condition of the lateral (or side-sewer) connecting your residence to the main sewer line is a responsibility unknown to most home owners. A video inspection easily gives a comprehensive diagnosis to determine the health and pipe composition of your sewer line. Sewer scope service typically includes a color DVD recording of the entire process, as well as a written pdf report with photographic stills, providing a comprehensive summary of the findings and elements that may need to be repaired. This information can then be used as a resource and shared with your plumber if repairs are necessary.

Air Quality Testing (Coming Soon)
Often times residents have lived with persistent air quality concerns in their home for months or years before they decide that they need the help of a professional inspector. Occupants in the home may have been suffering from allergies, frequent colds and flus, chronic congestion, or just general lethargy. These issues become the new normal, and we don’t realize that we can feel better until we spend some time outside of the home on a vacation or trip. Suddenly you feel like you can finally breathe, and you begin to wonder if the air quality in your home might be dragging you down. The EPA describes common indoor pollutants that might be present in your home:

  • Biological pollutants, like mold, dander, pollen, dust mites, and bacteria.
  • Chemical pollutants, which include volatile organic compounds (VOCs) like formaldehyde, and the other chemical pollutants lead and radon.
  • Combustion pollutants, like carbon monoxide and tobacco smoke (incidentally, VOCs and other chemical pollutants may result from combustion).

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