HOME INSPECTION FOR
A home inspection is a limited, non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections.
When stucco is not installed correctly, it can lead to leaks, mold, and structural damages. Stucco issues go unseen because of the damage is inside the wall. Liberty Inspection Group offers intrusive stucco testing on homes and buildings that are coated with stucco....
If you do not need a full property inspection or you have waived the home inspection in today’s competitive market to get your bid accepted, this is the service for you. A Walk & Talk is one hour of an inspector’s time to look at any areas of the home you choose...
Our pre-listing home inspection is performed to the same rigorous standards as our home inspection, but gives the negotiating power to you as the seller. Instead of being surprised by the findings of a home buyer’s inspection on your property...
New homes should be inspected as well. You don’t want to move into your new home with serious defects or other problems, like mold or even structural problems. Having your new home inspected before purchasing protects you and your investment.
AIR QUALITY & MOLD
Our air quality testing service provides you with a detailed analysis of the levels and types of mold found in your home. We’ll find traces of mold before they become apparent, saving you time, money, and some unwanted symptoms. We’re fast and efficient...
Termites are truly destructive little pests. Signs of termite infestation are often difficult to notice so inspection is key to protecting your home. Our team is experienced and knows just where to look to spot the earliest signs of termite infestation. Don’t wait...
One of the most important reasons to get a home inspection is to check for harmful gases that routinely go unnoticed — like Radon. Radon is an invisible, odorless, tasteless gas that occurs naturally in many areas. EPA recommends that all homeowners have radon testing...
When possible issues within your home aren’t in plain sight, thermal imaging can become useful. By looking at the temperature change in different areas of the home, we’re better able to identify the location of a problem. This ends up saving you time and money...
At Liberty Inspection Group, we have experts who can conduct a septic inspection on your soon-to-be home. Like most people, you probably aren’t very acquainted with the varying qualities septic systems. Luckily, our team is available to inspect...
Testing the quality of your water is important in keeping you and your family safe from contaminants. Testing will also protect you from expensive system treatments and tap water that tastes or smells foul. The EPA suggests that you have your well water tested...
A well flow testing will determine the rate at which your well pumps a steady water flow. This type of testing ensures that the well is capable of meeting the water pressure and quantity needs of the building. In some areas, there is a minimum standard...
Sewer Lines are inspected using a special camera that takes video of the condition of the line from the home to the main in the street. A color video and full written report are provided. Since homeowners are responsible for the cost of repairs or replacement of the sewer line...
We know how overwhelming it can be when you’re buying a new home and the dozens of tasks involved before moving in. Therefore, we’re proud to introduce our Free Concierge Moving Service to help you, our valued home inspection client. We assist you with everything...
Liberty offers lead paint testing to help keep you, your family, and the community safe. We partner with licensed technicians who take dust wipe samples that are then analyzed in a lab. A report from the lab is provided.