In addition to general residential and commercial property inspections, GPI offers a suite of services that can be tailored to your specific needs. Below, you will find a list of each additional service offered by your local GPI Name team.
Using an infrared camera specially designed to identify changes in temperature, your GPI inspector will scan and analyze your home’s walls, ceilings and more. Hot spots can indicate potential hazards such as wiring issues, while cold spots can mean moisture or missing insulation. An infrared inspection sheds light on the small issues you can’t see before they become big problems.
Regular use of your home’s fireplace creates creosote, a black, oily substance on the interior surfaces of your chimney. Creosote buildup is highly combustible and causes chimney fires, which can melt mortar and create a pathway for fire to spread throughout your home. Your GPI inspector can check for creosote buildup, determine the condition of your chimney and recommend needed repairs. Inspections for wood-burning systems (fireplaces, chimneys, wood-burning stoves, central heating systems) are conducted for a variety of reasons, typically for insurance purposes, real estate transactions or to investigate a concern with how the system is functioning.
Your GPI inspector can provide many different types of field services, including occupancy status inspections, property assessment and condition reports, insurance risk assessment inspections, REO foreclosures and more. Any of these services can be tailored to your specific needs.
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