WIN Home Inspection Mount Vernon recommends all homeowners invest in an annual Home Maintenance Inspection to stay ahead of issues, ensure safety and potentially avoid costly repairs.
WIN offers a Home Maintenance Inspection, a service any homeowner can take advantage of, to stay ahead of the issues, ensure safety and potentially avoid costly repairs.
With this service, homeowners receive an assessment of the home’s condition with a full-service company, and a detailed easy to read report provided within 24 hours, along with four season home maintenance tips. Our highly trained inspectors use innovative techniques, and state-of-the-art equipment for the early detection of home issues.
WIN Home Inspection's wood destroying organism/insect inspection can be performed at the same time as one of our other inspections, or on its own, so you'll know if termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, or wood destroying beetles have worked their way into your house, and your home inspector will provide you with advice on how to handle the problem.
Hidden issues in sewer lines can cause flooding, mold, structural damage, and result in serious health problems. Highly trained WIN Home Inspectors use specialize, state-of-the-art equipment to check sewer lines for tree roots, cracks, and blockages, while providing recommendations for needed maintenance and repairs.
Mold growth in the home can cause serious structural damage and pose a threat to human health. Trained WIN Home Inspectors check for hidden mold growth using specialized equipment to collect air samples, and can also provide mold surface sample testing for visible mold issues. We partner with accredited laboratories to provide professional and fast test results to home owners, buyers, and sellers.
Some potential issues in the home, such as missing insulation or overloaded electrical circuits are not visible to the naked eye. Infrared (IR) thermography allows WIN Home Inspectors to help identify otherwise hidden issues using innovative technology. Once identified, these issues can be proactively addressed, which can result in lower energy bills and a safer home.