Whether you’re a returning customer or just finding our site for the first time, we want to welcome you to Veterans Home Inspection! Our mission is to provide elite, hassle-free home inspection for those in Charlotte and surrounding areas. In this blog post, we will dive more into who we are and what we can do for you in terms of home inspection services.
Our Home Inspector
Shaun Gamble became a home inspector with the intent to help homeowners identify discrepancies that could lead to costly repairs down the road. Over the years, Shaun has successfully completed hundreds of inspections. He finished up training with the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors and continually improves his skillset so that he can provide the best pre purchase inspection for clients.
Clients quickly find that Shaun values attention to detail, as well as unmatched customer relations.
Our Home Inspection Services
Our team at Veterans Home Inspection does it all, from standard home inspection to mold testing. Read on to learn more about our home inspection options.
A licensed home inspector looks at all major systems, including electrical, plumbing, HVAC, roofing, insulation, etc. At Veterans Home Inspection, we believe that our work will help the potential homeowner save thousands of dollars if major repairs are needed. To learn more about our home inspection services, click here.
Do you want to eliminate the struggles that often come with waiting to do your home inspection until a buyer is found? Today, more and more sellers will arrange an inspection just before the home hits the market. Simply put, seller inspections are beneficial for all parties. Click here to see if a seller inspection makes sense for you.
North Carolina provides the perfect environment for termites. Unfortunately, that can lead to dilemmas for homeowners. Once termites find their way into a structure, they typically build mud tunnels over foundation walls to provide themselves access to the structure’s wood. So what exactly does that mean for your home? Consider that termites are responsible for more than $5 billion of damage in the U.S. each year according to the National Pest Management Association. Click here for licensed termite inspection in Charlotte.
Do you know the potential dangers of radon? This odorless gas can accumulate in homes, and more specifically, in attics and basements. Because radon levels fluctuate naturally, it’s imperative to test for high levels. The National Cancer Institute confirms that radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. At Veterans Home Inspection, we can tackle your radon inspection and put
your mind at ease. Should a high level of radon be detected, your home inspector will likely recommend a radon mitigation system.
It’s recommended by the National Ground Water Association that homeowners test their water once a year for bacteria, nitrates, and any other contaminants. Abnormally high levels of any of these can present a health concern for humans. Additional tests may be done for pH, hardness, iron, manganese, sulfides, and other water constituents. Our team of property inspectors advise that homeowners check with their local health department for information on local water quality issues. Click here to learn more about water testing.
Mold can be a major nag for homeowners and particularly in the home inspection process. Our experts find that mold presents problems from moisture around leaks in roofs, windows, or pipes. Mold can grow on paper products, cardboard, ceiling tiles, as well as in paints, insulation, drywall, carpet, and upholstery. For more information on mold testing, click here.
Don’t let your home inspection keep you up at night. Call Veterans Home Inspection today and get started.