Quality Home Inspection Services
At Tabor Hill & Associates LLC, we abide by the strict InterNACHI Standards of Practice (SOP). The inspection entails a thorough and non-invasive walk-through of the home, during which we assess the condition of the property and uncover defects that you’ll want to be aware of.
As long as we can access them safely, the following areas will be inspected:
Before buying a home, it’s important to understand the property and all of its defects completely. During a Buyer’s Inspection, we thoroughly walk-through the home to assess its condition and help buyers understand exactly what they’ll be getting into should they decide to purchase.
A Pre-Listing Inspection helps sellers understand their property fully so that they can professionally discuss its strengths and weaknesses with potential buyers. During the inspection, we will assess the home’s condition and advise sellers about what repairs can be made before listing.
New Construction Inspection
A New Construction Inspection is scheduled before the final walk-through to help builders identify and address any oversights that were made during the building process. This prepares the home for a safe and easy move-in.
During New Construction Phase Inspections, we can check a property for defects after important phases of the building process so that they don’t get hidden as the builder moves on.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
If a new home is sold with a builder’s warranty, it should be inspected for defects during the 11th month. During the inspection, we help the homeowner identify the issues that they can request repairs for before the warranty is over.
4 Point Inspection
A 4 Point Inspection is a truncated home inspection that includes only the 4 most significant areas of the home and does not replace a standard inspection. This inspection includes the roof, HVAC system, plumbing system, and electrical system. This inspection is for insurance purposes only.
Pool and Spa Inspection
The pool and spa are important parts of the home and should be operating safely and correctly. During the Pool and Spa Inspection, we check the system for malfunctioning parts so that they can be repaired.
After the Buyer’s Inspection, a Re-Inspection can be scheduled to ensure that buyer and seller are on the same page about the repairs that have been made. We will return to the home to ensure that repairs have been done correctly and as agreed-upon.
Wind Mitigation Inspection
A Wind Mitigation Inspection can often help homeowners get certain insurance credits. During the inspection, we check the home for signs of existing wind damage and help the owner determine how to best prevent this type of damage in the future.
Wood-destroying organisms, such as termites and carpenter ants, can cause extensive damage to wood in the home. During the WDO Inspection, signs of an infestation or existing damage will be found so that the problem can be addressed quickly. WDO reports requested by Tabor Hill & Associates are performed by DL Pest Control.
Commercial Building Inspection
We offer Commercial Building Inspections for both light and heavy commercial properties including storefronts, offices, strip malls, and warehouses.
Using the Latest Technology
AT NO EXTRA CHARGE
An Aerial Drone will be used as needed during inspections in situations where the roof of a home is unsafe to walk on foot. The drone will fly above the property and collect high-resolution photos of the roof so that we can check for damages and defects.
Thermal Imaging Camera
We use a Thermal Imaging Camera during the home inspection at no additional charge. With it, we are able to see areas of heat loss or excessive heat behind home surfaces that wouldn’t be visible to the naked eye. With these images, we can diagnose issues in the home such as moisture intrusion, improper insulation, and electrical hotspots.
We use a moisture meter to make sure there isn’t moisture intrusion in the home. With this device, we are able to measure the percentage of moisture in any areas of concern.
Gas Leak Detector