A home inspection is a visual examination of a house’s physical structure, utility systems, and structural integrity of the roof down to the foundation. We will give you an overall and current condition of the house. As certified home inspectors, we have the technology to discover problems that the human eye can’t always see. You will be provided with a detailed report and images of possible structural deficiencies and safety concerns. A home is most likely the single largest investment you will ever make. Protect your investment and contact Discovery Home Report of Trenton, GA to schedule your next home inspection, today.
A commercial inspection is a visual examination done by a certified inspector for buyers or tenants, regarding their commercial or industrial facilities. Be sure you are choosing a fully insured company that has trained, qualified, and educated inspectors to perform your commercial inspection. The scope of a typical commercial property inspection and areas to be inspected are based on various factors. Inspections can range from visual examinations of a property to comprehensive inspections of a building’s technical components. Contact Discovery Home Report of Trenton, GA to schedule your next commercial inspection, today.
Mold inspection and testing is the process of identifying a mold contamination and determining the specific strain of mold. Our certified inspectors will visually inspect for moisture and water intrusion using the most advanced mold testing technology. Then, if appropriate, we will take air and/or surface samples to check for mold spores, following the InterNACHI mold testing methods and procedures. Molds have the potential to cause serious health problems. Molds produce substances that can cause allergic reactions, irritants and, in some cases, potentially toxic substances (mycotoxins). Contact Discovery Home Report of Trenton, GA to schedule your next mold inspection.
Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive natural gas that you can’t see, smell, or taste and its presence in your home can pose a danger to your family’s health. Radon can seep into homes through small spaces and openings, such as cracks, floor drains, sump pump openings, wall/floor joints in basements, pores in walls and concrete and through well water. Some areas in the US have a much higher concentration of radon than others. According the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), nearly 1 out of every 15 homes in the US has an elevated level of radon. Contact Discovery Home Report of Trenton, GA to schedule your next radon inspection.