''BEFORE YOU BUY CALL GPI''
Home and Commercial inspection services:
- Residential and commercial inspections
- Pre-listing inspections
- Condo inspections
- Manufacured home inspection
- Builder's Warranty inspection
- Multi units/Condo/Apartment inspection
- Vermiculite and UFFI testing
- Complete Septic Inspection including sewer camera
- Mold inspections New!
- Infrared Imaging New!
We inspect hundreds of components including:
- Major Mechanical Systems
- Electrical Systems
- Windows and Doors
- HVAC Systems
- Foundations and Much More!
Exclusive GPI Six-Month Limited Mechanical Warranty: This exclusive FREE warranty covers inspected residential mechanical systems and built-in appliances. GPI stands behind each inspection in writing. Restrictions and deductible apply.
|What is a Infrared Imaging?
Infrared imaging is a thermal scan that detects heat and uses it to create an image. This allows your inspector to see behind walls and solid objects to identify conditions unseen by the naked eye including:
- Missing insulation
- Electrical faults
- Moisture or water intrusion
- Plumbing leaks and more...
Learn more about infrared Inspections! Click Here »
GPI inspections are unbiased. Even if you are familiar with the systems in a home and perform a thorough walk-through of your new property, it can be easy to see things through “rose-colored glasses.” After all, this may be the single largest investment of your life. An objective property inspection report not only saves you time, it gives you a clear, concise checklist of information regarding your home or commercial property and an understanding of the current condition of all major systems. This is true on both existing and new housing stock.
For some, it’s easier to understand that an older home will be in need of some maintenance and repairs. After all, you are purchasing a “used” piece of property. A new home can be just as demanding and expensive. Some of the common problems GPI inspectors see include: paint, wall board, plumbing, doors and windows. Having a home inspection completed prior to closing on a new home means you move in after problems are fixed so you can enjoy your new purchase.
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