Our Inspection Packages

We offer three exclusive Home Inspection Packages that allow you to select the range of services you prefer, so you can have peace of mind about buying the home you love. Your report is printed and delivered at the time of the inspection, so there’s no waiting for results. You’ll also have online access to your report anytime.

A professional home evaluation of all major items inside and outside the home is the core of the Pillar To Post inspection. Our inspectors conduct a visual inspection of accessible systems and components of the home including:

  • Structure and Foundation
  • Electrical Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Heating and Ventilation Systems
  • Roofs and Attics
  • Basements and Crawl Spaces
  • Gutters and Drainage
  • Walls, Floors and Ceilings
  • Porches and Decks
  • Property and Site
  • Moisture Meter Testing
  • Wood Stoves and Fireplaces
  • Plumbing Fixtures in Kitchens and Baths
  • Water Heaters
  • A Representative Sampling of Lights and Receptacles
  • A Representative Sampling of Windows and Doors
  • Built-in Appliances

In addition to our core inspection, there are a number of other specialized areas where you may need assistance:

  • Radon-in-Air*
  • Well Water Quality
  • Septic Inspection
  • Mold Sampling
  • Asbestos and Lead Detection

In each of these areas, we can refer you to highly qualified technicians that will provide these services, contact us at 902-452-8858 for details.

*What is Radon?

Radon is a radioactive gas that is colorless, odorless, and tasteless. It is formed by the natural breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water. Radon gas can enter the home in several ways. Openings or cracks in basement walls or floors are the most common avenues.

Why Test for Radon?

While radon that escapes into the atmosphere is not harmful, dangerously high concentrations can build up indoors, exposing residents to possible health risks, such as lung cancer. Fortunately a simple test carried out by a qualified technician can determine if radon is a problem in your home, and steps can be taken to mitigate the problem.