Buyer Home Inspections

Embarking on the journey to your dream home is an exciting endeavor, but before finalizing your purchase, it’s crucial to prioritize a comprehensive home inspection by Ambassettor before the inspection objection deadline. Recognizing that a home is often the largest investment in one’s life, safeguarding that investment is paramount.

Radon Testing

Testing for radon before purchasing a home is a crucial step in ensuring the safety and well-being of the future occupants. Radon is a colorless, odorless radioactive gas that can seep into homes from the ground, posing serious health risks. As the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, radon is a silent threat that may go unnoticed without proper testing.

Sewer Scope

At Ambassettor, we understand that a comprehensive home inspection goes beyond the visible aspects of a property. That’s why we highly recommend adding a sewer scope to every home inspection – an invaluable service that provides crucial insights into the condition of the main sewer line.

Infrared/Thermal Inspection

At Ambassettor, we believe in going above and beyond to provide our clients with the most comprehensive and insightful home inspections. While our standard inspections already incorporate state-of-the-art infrared technology, we recognize the added value of offering an ancillary service specifically dedicated to infrared inspections for those seeking an even deeper level of scrutiny.

Mold Inspections

When mold is a concern in a property, opting for a mold inspection is a prudent and proactive measure. A qualified mold inspector can employ various techniques, such as air sampling and surface sampling, to assess the presence of mold and identify specific mold species. This comprehensive evaluation is essential for understanding the extent of mold contamination and taking appropriate steps for remediation.

New Build Inspections

While it may be tempting to assume that a new build home, having undergone city inspections during construction, is flawless, the reality is quite different. Many individuals underestimate the importance of an independent third-party inspection when purchasing a new home. Our experience shows that newly constructed homes often harbor major defects and shortcomings that may not be immediately apparent.

Pre-Listing Inspection

Embarking on the journey of selling your home is a significant undertaking, and at Ambassettor, we believe that a pre-listing inspection is a savvy move that can make the process smoother and more transparent. We offer two types of pre-listing inspections, each designed to cater to different needs and scenarios.