Your home is one of the largest investments that you’ll ever make in your life. We know this, that’s why we provide you with a completely comprehensive report about the condition of the house you’re about to call your home.
There are a wide range of reasons as to why pre-listing home inspections are beneficial. Having a clear idea of the condition of your home can help you speed up the process and reduce the overall stress of the process.
Most builders offer a one-year warranty on a new home. We perform a full home inspection before the builder’s warranty expires. Just because your home is new doesn’t necessarily mean it is defect-free.
Radon testing is the only way to be sure that your home is safe from the dangerous effects of radon. Keep your family safe by getting a radon test so you can make sure your home is free of this potentially-deadly gas.
If you’re thinking of buying a home that might have a mold problem, or you’re noticing signs of mold in your own home after an issue like flooding or water damage, a mold test from a qualified home inspector is essential.
Lambert Home Inspections is proud to offer drone inspections for homes with roofs that have limited access. We fly premium quality drones and can capture high quality images of the roof to find any signs of damage or defects.
Indoor air quality is often overlooked, but is a very important aspect of home safety. Pollutants and toxins can spread throughout the air in your home and, if left untreated, can have a harmful impact on your health.
Homes built in 1978 or earlier may contain lead paint. Lead is toxic and can be especially dangerous for children, the elderly, and pets. This is not something you want hanging around a home once you move in.
It’s common for homes built between the 1940s and 1970s to contain asbestos in the insulation, floor tiles, popcorn ceilings, and other areas of the home because it was used as an inexpensive and effective flame retardant.
At Lambert Home Inspections, we include a FREE Full Home Infrared Scan with every inspection. Infrared or “Thermal” imaging inspections use a specialized camera that shows temperature difference – which can identify various defects in a home.