Call  586-207-1147
to schedule an inspection.


We encourage you to accompany us during the inspection process and ask questions.  The inspection includes the evaluation of the visible and readily accessible installed systems and components of the site, including, but not limited to:

  • Thermal Imaging included with EVERY inspection  SEE the DELTΔ-T
  • Aerial views of property available
  • Express inspections (call or email for details)
  • Roof and attic structure
  • Exterior siding, soffits, and trim
  • Foundation and structure
  • Built-in kitchen appliances
  • Plumbing system
  • Electrical system
  • Insulation and ventilation
  • Interior walls, ceilings, and floors
  • Central heating system
  • Central cooling system

Our company can also do commercial investigative inspections on the PLUMBING, HEATING, ELECTRICAL, AND MAJOR STRUCTURE of a building, sometimes referred to as a P.H.E.M.S. inspection.  

Information to help provide you with an accurate estimate and time needed to perform the inspection:

  • Building location (including address and city)
  • Type of commercial building
  • If apartments: # of units
  • # of bedrooms and bathrooms/unit
  • Style of roof
  • Is roof accessible
  • Location of heating systems
  • # of heating systems
Additional Services 
  • Thermal Imaging energy audits 
  • Aerial views of property for accurate roof estimates 
  • Licensed Electrician on staff
  • Electrical panel labeling
  • Troubleshoot electrical systems
  • Detached garages and outbuildings
  • Renter's pre move-in inspections
  • Seller's inspections


***This is strictly an inspection report, not a warranty, not a guarantee.  The professional assessment set forth in this report, are those of only one inspector and shall not be interpreted in any way to signify compliance with or waiver of, any of the provisions set forth by any state law, city ordinance, or local building codes.  Our goal is to provide you with a thorough inspection based on InterNACHI's Standards of Practice.

We strongly recommend that before you make an offer or purchase of the property in question, you should check with the local county authority or municipality to see what permits if any, are on file for that address.  New additions, plumbing, electrical, heating, A/C, or mechanical changes are examples of items that must have proper permits.
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