Advantage Inspection Service, LLC 

Committed to Your Satisfaction Since 1999  

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Home Inspection

A home inspection is a visual evaluation of the readily accessible components of the home. Items included in a home inspection are structure, roofing, exterior, electrical, heating, cooling, insulation / ventilation, plumbing, interior, fire place, and attached appliances.

Wood Destroying Insect Inspection

The wood destroying insect inspection or termite inspection identifies wood destroying insects harmful to the structure of the house. Most home loans require this inspection.

Radon Test

Radon is a radioactive gas that is a result of the breakdown of uranium under the earth surface. Although this is a naturally occur-ring process, elevated levels trapped in a building can cause lung cancer.

Potable Water Testing for Wells

A variety of water testing can be performed upon your request. The most popular is the bacteria water test. This test is required for most home loans. Additional water testing may be required for home loans. Please inquire as to your specific loan requirements. 

Septic System Evaluation for Vacant Property

A two day test will be performed introducing the daily volume of ef-fluent that the Department of Environmental Services currently as-signs to the structure. The septic system will be evaluated base on the test results and a visual inspection of the accessible components of the septic system. The septic tank may be required to be emptied to complete this evaluation. Fees for emptying of the sep-tic tank are not included in our septic system evaluation fees.

Septic System Evaluation for Occupied Property

A one day test and evaluation will be performed, best described as the second day of a two day septic test for a vacant property (above noted septic test for vacant property).

Additional Testing and Inspections

Defects like mold, asbestos products, and lead paint may be iden-tified during the home inspection that require further testing and investigation. Recommendations will be made to ensure the safety of the home's occupants.