That’s why I include a thorough fire safety inspection at no cost to you.
Having spent 25 years as a firefighter I have seen first hand what can happen when a faulty or hazardous condition goes unnoticed. I have conducted thousands of fire safety inspections during my career as a firefighter and know I bring that experience and knowledge to my customers. During the inspection I will be using state of the art technology like thermal imaging, natural gas and carbon monoxide detectors to ensure your new home is going to be a safe investment.
Why choose On Deck?
Covered Inside & Out
I provide you with the information you need to make an informed decision about the property to be inspected in a clear, concise, and professional manner.See what we inspect
High-End Technology Without the High-End Price
I use thermal and drone imaging to go (literally) above and beyond to ensure I provide you with the most thorough inspection.See it in action
Fully Licensed & Certified
I am an Internachi Certified Professional Inspector with over 25 years of experience in ensuring the others’ safety.Learn more about me
My reputation is a product of treating your home inspection as if I was purchasing the property for myself or a family member.Read reviews
How long will the inspection last?
The typical home inspection will last between 2 and 3 hours.
Should you come to the inspection?
I would highly recommend you come to the inspection. This will allow us to go through the property together and if questions arise I can provide you with the proper information. We can also go over the report together, should you have any questions about the report.
How soon will I get the final inspection report?
Immediately following the inspection an electronic report will be generated for you to keep.
Can a home fail a home inspection?
In general a home inspection is not a pass or fail test. The home inspection will detail any major or minor issues with the home, highlight the positives, and teach you to maintain the home in the future. From there you can discuss with your realtor if the “dollars make cents” to move forward with the home or what other options you may have for the next steps.
How long does the radon test take?
The test requires a radon monitoring device be left at the property for 48 hours.
When will I get the results of the radon test?
I use a continuous radon monitoring machine, so once the 48 hours is complete I can give you the results.
When and how do I pay for the inspection?
Payments need to be made prior to receiving any service. Payment with credit cards can be done on the website or in person prior to the inspection or a check. Venmo is also accepted.