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Home Inspection
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Whether you’re buying, selling, or building your home, DR Home Inspections, llc., offers comprehensive home inspection services that help you make informed decisions about your investment.

Our inspectors are experts in their field, performing a thorough visual and non-invasive inspection of the home from roof to foundation. They identify safety issues and document the true condition of the home, even in areas you may not think to check.


You’ll receive a detailed electronic report filled with high-resolution digital photos and descriptions of your inspector’s findings in plain language that’s easy to understand. Don’t see the service you want listed below? Call us! We can customize our services to fit your specific needs.

Radon Test
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According to the EPA

You can’t see, smell or taste radon, but it could be present at a dangerous level in your home. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer deaths among nonsmokers in America and claims the lives of about 21,000 Americans each year. In fact, the EPA and the U.S. Surgeon General urge all Americans to protect their health by testing their homes, schools and other buildings for radon.

Exposure to radon is a preventable health risk and testing radon levels in your home can help prevent unnecessary exposure. If a high radon level is detected in your home, you can take steps to fix the problem to protect yourself and your family.

DRHi inspectors are trained and certified to conduct Radon measurements and follow all the guidelines and Standards of Practice of the NRPP as suggested by the Department of Environmental Protection. We are associated with licensed and regulated laboratories who perform the measurements under the most strict Quality Assurance Guidelines.

Mold inspection
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The must Important step a property owner can take if he/she suspects a mold problem is to higher a certified mold inspector. At DRHI our inspectors have the tools and training to visually comb through the building looking for clues. Water intrusion and excess humidity are the most common sources of mold growth. We use moisture miters and cameras to identify problem areas and sophisticated pumps, filters and swaps to test and sample. This samples are then sent to our affiliated independent laboratories to identify the possible presence of mold and its type. 

DRHI will educate the property owner on the steps to take to minimize the conditions favorable to mold growth or suggest mitigation of the mold problem if the inspector considers it necessary.

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♦︎ Mold and Moisture Inspection

♦︎ Microbial/Bacterial Testing

♦︎ Detail Inspection Report

♦︎ Indoor/outdoor Air Quality Test

♦︎ Independent Lab Testing

Mold and mold spores may affect people differently. Studies have found that exposure to toxigenic mold can potentially be associated with neurological diseases, liver, lung, kidneys and soft tissue infections, sinusitis, pulmonary infections, rashes and allergies. People who have concerns about structural damage or the aesthetic effects of indoor fungi should seek the services of a certified mold inspector. People who have concerns about health effects of mold exposure should seek the advice of a healthcare professional.


DRHI inspectors will report on visually mold like growth, any visible damage to the structure, lab results to confirm the presence of actual mold or not, musty odors and aesthetics.

Please contact us for more info.

We can refer you to companies for:

  • Septic Testing
  • Oil Tank Sweep
  • Sewer Line Inspection
  • Roof & HVAC
  • Pool Inspection
  • & Many More

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