RCR Home Inspections
Roger Levy, CPI
Respecting you, your home and your decision.
What does the home inspection cover?
Structural Components • Roofing • Exterior • Electrical • Heating • Cooling/Heat Pumps • Insulation/Ventilation • Plumbing • Interior Components
Wood destroying insects…
While people worry about a fire or storm damaging their home, statistics show that damage caused by termites is far more likely.
Commonly called a “Termite Inspection,” its purpose is to inspect for any signs of visibly accessible evidence of termites, carpenter ants, wood infesting beetles, or carpenter bees that may be present in and around the structure.
How clean is the AIR in your home?
Indoor air quality problems are something that you want to take care of as quickly as possible. Homeowners spend a large percentage of their time in their houses. If there are harmful chemicals or indoor pollution swirling around inside, you and your family will be consistently breathing it in.
Indoor pollution can cause health problems such as allergies, chemical sensitivities, respiratory illnesses and even cancer. Getting your air checked is a smart preventative measure and can help you determine the causes of any indoor pollution, and how to fix it.
What’s the quality of your water?
Water quality testing is a specialized but simple test that checks a home’s water supply for contaminants and pollutants, such as chlorine, lead, and coliform bacteria. Testing can also reveal chemical imbalances of the pH, and other attributes, such as hardness.
Can’t see it, Can’t smell it, but it can KILL.
People smoke, eat poorly, and engage in dangerous behaviors on a daily basis. To some degree, radon gas is another daily risk that we all must take. However, you choose what you eat, whether or not you smoke, and how and when you drive. You have no choice but to breathe the air in your home. A simple and inexpensive radon test can give you the information you need to make an informed decision about what level of radon gas exposure is acceptable to you. ~ Radon.com
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