Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to reveal things which can’t be seen by the naked eye.
We perform thermal imaging on all home inspections.
Mold, Water, Asbestos & Lead tests available.
We can perform a variety of tests which will communicate what is involved in reducing damage to homes.
The sewer line has many variables that are unseen (was it installed correctly, was it repaired, are roots an issue, has someone flushed an object down it, is there a partial break, is there a low spot in the line due to settling, are the fittings the proper ones for flow, is the house tied into sewer and to a septic system) These are all potential issues that would be unable to determine without a proper sewer scope or evidence of a backed up sewer line.
Standard training for the State of Washington only requires 40 hours and one can be a Home Inspector. At Titan, we have not just 40 hours but over 300 hours of hands on training in the field to serve you our best. Plus, all of our inspectors have a construction background so they know what they’re looking at.
Top Of The Line Tools
Home inspectors are actually required to use only a few types of equipment. In theory, an inspector could perform an inspection that complies with the Standards of Practice using only two pieces of equipment: a torch and an electrical tester capable of testing ground-fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) devices. The specific items inspectors use may vary with climate zone, the type of inspections they offer, the type of home being inspected, and personal preference.
Unbiased Reporting in 24 Hours
We got the best reporting software on the market. So our reports are clear, actionable and we take over 200 pictures to add into the report. We are 100% thorough and efficient, and we can provide the full report within 24 hours and even sooner upon request.
Going The Extra Mile For You
We offer ongoing support and expertise when needed. We know the numbers for what things cost. We often times have popped back to a house to answer a question or concern to help you in your house buying or selling.
I take a realistic approach to houses.
People live in them, weather affects them, people work on them (some do a good job, some... not so good), fires and damage happens, investors fix up and sell them, owners remodel them (with and without permits), people buy and sell houses for different reasons.
Every reason has a strategy or goal to accomplish with the property. Our job as a good home inspector is to give you the key pieces of information to make a good choice with what to do with the property.
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