HOME INSPECTION SERVICES
Pait Home Inspections of NC, LLC. knows that providing a great value is more than just the cheap home inspection. We understand that our residential home inspection prices may not be the lowest. We provide the area’s most comprehensive home inspections. We feel the value our customers receive is greater than most inspection companies in the area. Our inspections are very thorough. We take our time to check every visible aspect of your home. Many of our home inspections take 4+ hours on site. Hiring a home inspection company based solely on price will cost you significantly more in the future.
Our inspections include:
Foundation & Crawl Spaces
Exterior (doors, windows, cladding)
Driveways & Walkways
Interior (doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, stairs)
Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation
Built-in Kitchen Appliances
Heating & Central Air
(Detached Garages and Storage Buildings incur additional fees. See Pricing page.)
WELL PUMP, IRRIGATION & WELL WATER TESTING
DRINKING WATER FROM A PRIVATE WATER WELL?
There could be health risks associated with private water well consumption. The EPA does not regulate water supply from private wells as it does public supply systems. You should take special precautions when consuming private well water. Water can be contaminated from many varying sources ranging from rainwater, fertilizers, septic systems, and numerous others.
It is recommended that well water be tested each year. We offer well water testing as a stand alone service, or combine it with your home inspection for a discount. We have several water testing options available to suit your needs.
**Combine Tests for great discounts!!
Termites can cause severe damage to human homes
Because termites feed primarily on wood, they are capable of compromising the strength and safety of an infested structure. Termite damage can render structures unlivable until expensive repairs are conducted.
IN-DEPTH HVAC INSPECTION
CONCERNED ABOUT YOUR HVAC SYSTEM?
With all of our home inspections, we take a non-invasive, visual look at the heating and cooling systems. We ensure they function by using normal operating controls.
If you have concerns with the systems mechanics and inner workings, where most systems fail, have us provide a more detailed inspection of your HVAC system. We contract with a licenced HVAC technician take a deeper look at your heating and cooling systems to help ensure that there are no hidden issues that could cost you thousands. A licensed HVAC technician has the specialty skills and tools to check Freon types and levels to ensure they are compatible with your units. They will check all fuel connections, heat exchangers, pilot lights, blower motors, induction fans, duct work, functional flow, differential temperatures, etc.
Our in-depth HVAC inspections will give you the confidence buying your home without worry of expensive HVAC repairs. One more service to give you peace of mind.
ADDITIONAL INSPECTION SERVICES
RADON GAS ANALYSIS
Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally. It is tasteless, odorless and colorless. Radon is produced from the breakdown of uranium in soil, rock and water. There are several methods of testing radon in your home. We use electronic radon testing to give you a timely, and accurate reading of the radon levels. The electronic radon test takes 48 hours and requires certain guidelines to be followed. Radon is present in nearly all soils. Therefore, a homeowner should not be alarmed if the presence of radon is detected. There are levels of radon that are considered harmful and would require radon mitigation.
Molds are fungi that can be found both indoors and outdoors. No one knows how many species of fungi exist but estimates range from tens of thousands to perhaps three hundred thousand or more. Molds grow best in warm, damp, and humid conditions, and spread and reproduce by making spores. Mold spores can survive harsh environmental conditions, such as dry conditions, that do not support normal mold growth.
HONEY, WHAT IS THAT SMELL?
A properly working septic tank is critical to the longevity of a home’s plumbing system. Full septic tanks, clogged drain field lines, saturated drain fields, root infiltration; these can result in costly repairs and replacement of a septic system. Replacing a septic system can cost anywhere between $3,000 and $15,000. Our licensed septic inspector will check waste and sludge levels, debris filter for blockage, distribution box condition, as well as drain field function and saturation.
While many homeowners do not know when the septic system was last pumped and cleaned, it is recommended to have this service competed every two-three years. Moving into a home with a clean and empty septic tank can alleviate the worry of unexpected backups. Should you want the septic system to be pumped at the time of inspection, we can provide that service as well.
Whether you are selling your home, trying to decide which home to buy, or building your dream home, let us provide you with independent consultation services to ensure a smooth process. Our consultation services provide you with pertinent information on the home and help you understand what, if anything needs to be addressed. We do not provide a written report during our consultation, therefore we recommend you taking your own notes.
If you are thinking about selling your home, allow us to inspect it before you list it. We will identify possible issues that could be revealed during the buyer’s home inspection. We will point out items that could be corrected/repaired before listing your home. This will help alleviate the hassle of negotiating back and forth with prospective buyers, as well as help ensure a worry free sales transaction.
CONSTRUCTION PROJECT OVERSIGHT: NEW CONSTRUCTION, REMODELS, ADDITIONS
Finally having that deck built? Building your dream home? Getting that bathroom you always wanted? Allow us to use our experience to inspect each phase of the project, ensure that proper building techniques are being applied, appropriate materials are being used and plans are being implemented as intended. We will walk you through the construction process, visit the site as often as requested and answer any questions you may have. We will observe the entire job site, inside and out on each visit. Many construction contractors are only looking out for their “bottom line.” This often comes at the expense of their customer. From foundations to final touch ups, we can provide you with peace of mind, knowing your project was completed using the best building practices.