Home Logic Inspections offers the most comprehensive home inspection available.

We start at the roof and evaluate not only the roof surface, but also the chimney, the ventilation system, the electrical service entrance, the plumbing stack, and any other systems or components located on the roof.

Our next step is to inspect the exterior of the home. We use a macro and micro approach to look at both the big picture and all the details.

We then move inside the house, and starting at the bottom, work our way up through the home into the attic. While inside, we address such things as the structure, the heating and cooling systems, the electrical and plumbing systems, the interior finishes, the insulation and ventilation, and accessories such as fireplaces. Our Inspectors report accurately with the use of Moisture readers, thermal imaging cameras, radon testers, Geiger counters, carbon monoxide readers and bring decades of experience.

Our evaluation is then communicated through a detailed inspection report, which includes descriptions of all the systems in the home, as well as any recommended improvements. This will help you prioritize the improvements and develop a blueprint for your future in the home.

Best of all, our services don't end with the inspection. For as long as you own the home, you can call with any additional questions - at no extra charge!

Click the image below for a Home Inspection Sample digital PDF report.

Pre-Purchase Home Inspection:

Pre-Purchase Home Inspections are performed with you, the Home Buyer after your offer to purchase is accepted. It provides you with a better understanding of the house’s existing condition which may require repairs, safety corrections, improvements or upgrades.

New Home Inspection PDI: (Pre-Delivery Inspection)

Pre-Delivery Inspection should be scheduled just before your final walk through with the builder. It can identify any items that are damaged, missing, incomplete or not operating properly before you take possession of the new house.

Warranty Inspection: (Builders 30 Days and 1 Year)

Warranty Inspection should be scheduled by Home Owner prior to the 30 days and or 1 year walk through of newly built home with the builder. It is used to notify the home builder of any deficiencies which require repairing under warranty.

Drones used when personal safety and or damages can occur on the roof.

Drones also known as Unmanned Aerial Vehicles(UAV) are one of the most advanced types of robotics available today. Inspectors are able to quickly and effectively deploy a drone, fly it to the object they wish to inspect and view it in real time, remotely in high definition (HD) as if the object was directly in front of them.

Conventional methods of inspecting roofs include walking on the roof, viewing the roof from the ground or at the eaves with the use of a ladder.

Walking The Roof: Is the best of the conventional methods for inspecting roofs. The problem with this method is that walking on the roof can cause damage to the roofing material and there are many types of roofs that cannot be walked on at all (metal, clay, wood shake, etc.). Asphalt shingles is the most commonly used type of roofing material and walking on it greatly reduces the lifespan of the material, this is especially true in cold and hot weather. That means that 4 out of the 12 months of the year asphalt shingles should not be walked on either!

Viewing the roof from the ground: is another common method used by home inspectors. With the use of binoculars inspectors can get a close up view of the roof but a lot the time they can only see a small portion of the roof due to neighboring houses and other obstructions like chimneys, valleys, and peaks, etc.

Using a Ladder: is also a common method used when a home inspector cannot go onto the roof. Although this method might give you a better view of the roof on sides that are adjacent to other structures it has a lot of the same down falls as viewing it from the ground.

Using a Drone makes for a fast, efficient and safe way for home inspectors to perform a thorough roof inspection without a lot of the downfalls that come with traditional methods of roof inspections!

Infrared Home Inspections (Always Included)

Infrared building inspections are a fast and noninvasive way to identify and document problem areas that may not be visible to the naked eye.

Infrared thermography is the use of an infrared thermal imaging camera that can “see” and ”measure” the invisible heat (thermal) energy that is emitted by all objects and produce thermal images (called thermograms) that can identify the thermal anomalies that represent the potential problem areas.

Water intrusion, moisture problems, heat/energy loss, air infiltration, missing or damaged insulation, pest infestation and electrical overheating are all conditions that produce different thermal patterns.

A properly trained and certified thermographer can interpret the thermal patterns or anomalies and identify and investigate the suspect conditions. Not all thermal patterns or anomalies are problems. The inspection should include a thorough written report of all the findings and recommendations, as well as natural photographs and thermal images of the suspect conditions.

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