Value Package: $390.00

Includes the following services:
  • Foundation (basement evaluation)
  • Roofing (certified roofing inspection)
  • Exterior, Walls, Siding, etc...
  • Porches & Decks
  • Attic
  • Electrical Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Interior Doors & Windows
  • Heating & Air Conditioning Systems
  • Ventilation
  • Fireplaces
  • Termite Inspection

Termite inspections are often required for many VA, FHA & USDA loans.

Termite Inspections

The last thing you want is added stress of termites when moving into a new home. If unidentified and untreated, these critters can cause major structural damage to your home; damage that is often not covered by many insurance policies. To be safe, we recommend a termite inspection be performed while your new home inspection is underway.

Identifying Termite Damage

Termite damage or infestation can be identified through visually inspecting the home for:

Mud tubes - These are often found on foundation walls and floor joists and about the size of a pencil.
Hollowed wood - Knocking on a baseboard, siding, trim, etc. will indicate if the wood has been hollowed out.
Wrinkled or sunken wall coverings - Can indicate termites are crawling beneath them.

Our team of termite inspectors visually inspect your home for any signs of current or past termite infestation. In the event the home does require termite treatment, we can recommended service providers and contractors who can repair and prevent further damage.

New Home Inspections with InspectorNick.com

In addition to your termite inspection, we'll perform a new home inspection including review of mechanical and structural systems in the home. We will evaluate the condition of the house's major systems and structural integrity. In addition to visually inspecting every area accessible to us, we'll evaluate how these systems are working together and identify areas of the home that need to be repaired, watched or replaced.

Our 12-Step Home Inspection Includes:

  1. Foundation
  2. Roofing
  3. Exterior, walls, siding etc...
  4. Porches and decks
  5. Attic
  6. Electrical systems
  7. Plumbing systems
  8. Interior
  9. Doors and windows
  10. Heating and air conditioning systems
  11. Ventilation
  12. Fireplaces

Please plan on approximately 2 1/2 - 3 1/2 hours for a new home inspection + termite.

Mechanical inspections include: visible plumbing, electrical, heating, cooling & built-in appliances

Structural Inspections include: foundation, roof and everything in-between including windows, walls, floors, doors, fireplaces, chimneys, grading, fences, and attics.