Full Home Inspection
Inspection Analytics will visually inspect the home from top to bottom. Our objective is to identify defects within the entire property and provide you with details of the inspection.
Whether you are buying a home or selling one, there are many factors that can add stress to the process. Getting a home inspection should not be a stressful item. Drop us an email to get started!
New Construction Inspection
The Atlanta area has grown tremendously as of late. It is rare to have a home without defects, even if it’s brand new. There are many different parties involved in the building process which makes it easy for things to be overlooked.
Having Inspection Analytics on site before you do a final walk through can help identify cosmetic damages and potential future hazards.
Inferred Thermal Imaging
Inferred Thermal Imaging can be a huge asset to inspecting a home. It will help identify deficiencies that may otherwise do unnoticed. Home energy is important when it comes to saving money.
With this technology, Inspection Analytics can uncover deficiencies such as missing insulation, inadequate windows and air leaks that cause energy loss.
We offer the latest technology in Radon testing. Radon is a harmful radioactive gas that can seep into homes. It can enter your home through basement walls, cracks in cement floors, sump pumps, floor drains and wall creases in sinks.
Due to Radon Gas causing an estimated 20,000 lung cancer deaths per year, the Environments Protection Agency strongly urges every home be tested for Radon Gas. Inspection Analytics will test for this harmful gas to ensure your safety.
If you’re thinking about listing your home to sell, a pre-listing inspection can be a helpful tool to prepare you for the sale. It will inform on what you may encounter when the buyer gets the home inspected.
We will review the condition of your home and offer home improvement recommendations before you list your home for sale.
If you’re planning a home project, Inspection Analytics can inspect the site and offer guidance on how it should be performed.
Sometimes a quick design consultation can help your project move forward properly and accurately. This can boost the likelihood that you will have a satisfactory result to your home project.