Competitive Pricing, 5-Star Customer Rated, Same-Day Home Inspection Report!
As a Nationally Certified Professional Inspector® , we provide professional home inspection services in Macon, Warner Robins and the surrounding central Georgia area.
Call or text (478) 733-4284, or schedule with us directly by clicking the button below.
Under contract, buying a home?
We provide professional home inspections for buyers purchasing a new or pre-owned home.
Our inspections provide you with the knowledge you need to make better informed decisions.
Selling your home?
We provide professional home inspections for current homeowners.
A pre-listing home inspection can be a valuable tool to help you learn which parts of your home may need to be repaired in order to sell it quickly. Get a head start!
We perform detailed inspections on newly constructed homes, including 1-year builder's warranty also known as 11th month inspections. Yes...we even find defects on brand new homes!
We perform detailed inspections on pre-owned homes, from flue to foundation, to give you better insight on the home before your purchase. Whatever you do, don't skip having a complete home inspection before closing the deal!
Allow us to use our experience to give you more insight on older historic homes, and the potential costly defects they can have!
You don't want to purchase a "money pit"! Let us help you make sure.
We know what to look for to find defects when it comes to new construction homes, including pre-drywall inspections...Let us give you peace of mind with your extremely important investment!
The goal of keeping your home in the best shape possible requires seasonal maintenance throughout the year.
We would be glad to inspect your home to advise you how to prevent minor maintenance issues from turning into costly repairs!
We offer re-inspections at a reasonable rate to ensure the defects or safety hazards reported from our initial inspection are corrected or repaired in a professional manner before closing the deal.
We use some of the most advanced tools available for home inspections including DJI Drones, FLIR thermal imaging cameras, GoPro Hero cameras, LED 1000+ lumen flashlights, Klein tools(Moisture meters, infrared temperature guns, voltage detectors, voltage testers, voltage meters, gas-leak detectors, humidity meters, CRM radon testing monitors, iPads, iPhones, Spectora reporting software and more.
Our DJI drones take professional HD quality photos and videos to find possible defects on the roof coverings.
Our preferred roof inspection method is to walk the roof, because by walking the roof we can find potential "soft" spots. We do utilize drones as needed to inspect certain roofs that are significantly tall, steep or slick for safety.
Thermal imaging cameras used during a home inspection can help detect problems such as moisture intrusion, plumbing leaks, roof leaks, poor or absent insulation, pest infestation, HVAC issues, electrical system overheating, and more.
Our inspection reporting software provides same-day reports that are easy to read. Web-based and PDF versions are included, along with HD photos and videos, with automated summaries. These reports are accessible from any computer or device and emphasize what is important with a clean layout, easy navigation, and tools to make your life easier like the Repair/Credit Request Builder feature.
Our home inspections are always completed in the best interest of our clients.
Our job is to serve you!
The home inspector will usually take 3 to 4 hours +/- to perform a detailed inspection of the home or building to find visible defects and safety hazards.
A home inspection includes the roof, flashing, chimneys, gutters, exterior siding, foundation, grading/drainage, structural components, basement, crawlspace, attic, insulation, ventilation, heating, fireplaces, air conditioning, walls, ceilings, doors, windows, floors, steps/stairs, installed appliances, plumbing, water heaters, electrical systems, garages/carports, decks, driveways, walkways, and sprinkler systems.
During our inspection, we use several specialized tools including drones, thermal imaging technology, moisture meters, electrical meters/testers, infrared temperatures, gas leak detectors and more. We also search for the visible presence of fungus/mold growth and for damage from moisture or possible wood destroying insects such as termites, ants, beetles, carpenter bees, etc.
We inspect the home or property as if we were purchasing it ourselves!
Our Inspections Follow InterNACHI Standards of Practice: www.nachi.org/sop.htm
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According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency: Radon is a naturally-occurring colorless, odorless, tasteless, radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer.
Radon gas forms naturally when radioactive metal (radium, thorium or uranium) breaks down in rocks, soil or groundwater. It evaporates and disappears outdoors, so levels outside are low. However, indoors, radon gas can enter buildings through their foundations and become trapped. People may breathe in radon gas in their homes, school, workplaces and other indoor places.
For the general population, the greatest exposure happens in the home. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates that elevated radon levels are present in 1 of every 15 American homes.
Cigarette smoking is the number one cause of lung cancer, and radon exposure is estimated to be the second leading cause. About 21,000 people in the United States die from radon-related lung cancer every year.
Testing is the only way to find out your home's radon levels. The EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing all homes below the third floor for radon.
Gain peace of mind and protect your family by scheduling your home or potential home for radon.
We offer professional Radon Testing by using the latest NRPP certified Continuous Radon Measurement (CRM) systems along with detailed radon reporting.
We are Radon Certified by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2).
With our testing systems, Radon gas levels are reported in hourly increments over the span of 48 hours in units of picocurie per Liter (pCi/L). Although there is no acceptable “safe level” of radon or radioactive decay products, the EPA’s Action Level for Radon should be used when considering mitigation based on the average level reported in the test results.
The EPA recommends:
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We look forward to serving you!
5235 Bowman Road, APT 1008 Macon, Georgia 31210, United States
07:00 am – 10:00 pm
7:00am - 10:00pm
Georgia Home Inspection Services LLC
5235 Bowman Road, APT 1008 Macon, GA, USA
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