Mich-Inspect Complete Property Inspections
Mich-Inspect provides comprehensive inspections and reporting on the condition of your home’s readily accessible structural components and major systems. Along with the visual evaluation, we use thermal imaging technology, videography and moisture meter tools as needed to give you the most thorough inspection possible. We follow InterNACHI’s Standards of Practice and assess these areas according to their principles:
- Roof: covering materials, venting, flashings, chimneys, skylights
- Attic: insulation materials and ventilation system
- Exterior: structural components, windows, doors, trim, siding
- Decks, Porches, Walkways, Stairways, and Railings
- Grading and Drainage
- Basement, Foundation, and Crawl Space
- HVAC System: heating and cooling units, venting, distribution system
- Plumbing System: water heating units, fixtures, faucets, piping, drains, traps
- Electrical System: electrical paneling, breakers, fuses, receptacles, wiring, outlets
- Interior: built-In appliances, stairs, ceilings, walls, floors, fireplaces, doors, windows
- Attached Garages
We’re pleased to offer the following additional inspection services:
Commercial Building Inspection
We will assess the unique structural features and systems of your commercial space. Our commercial building inspection ensures your property is safe and sufficient for your business needs.
A pre-listing inspection allows you to see your home through a buyer’s eyes. Don’t be caught off guard during negotiations when the buyer’s inspection uncovers defects of which you weren’t aware. This inspection gives you the means to address repairs at your convenience. It enables you to know the true condition of your home before you place it on the market and can help facilitate an accelerated sale.
New Construction Inspection
Having a third party, unbiased inspection of your newly built home is the best way to ensure that building practices and materials are built with integrity. We will inspect your home for defects during the construction process that should be addressed before the builder’s final walkthrough.
A four-point inspection evaluates these major systems of your home: roofing, heating and cooling, plumbing, and electrical. This type of inspection is a valuable way to ensure your rental or investment property is secure or obtain homeowners insurance on your older home.
When you are having repairs made, you want to guarantee that workmanship complies with building codes and industry standards. We will return after your first inspection to evaluate the competence of repairs made based off our initial findings.
Destructive wood-destroying organisms (WDOs), such as termites, can present an immediate threat to your home’s structural security. We provide WDO inspections to determine if the presence of these pests exists within your home.
Moisture intrusion can lead to mold growth in your home. We will visually inspect your home for signs of moisture intrusion and use an advanced moisture meter to find places where water could be an unseen problem. If we uncover evidence of mold and moisture, we will recommend ways to begin the mitigation process.
Radon is a carcinogenic, naturally occurring gas. Its danger lies in the fact that it is colorless and odorless and is linked to lung cancer. We provide state-of-the-art radon testing to verify that radon levels in your home are safe.
Water Testing and Septic Evaluations
We are state-certified well and septic inspectors. From the quality of your drinking water to the efficiency of your septic system, we can ensure that your home’s water system is safe and functioning properly.
HUD Manufactured Home Certifications
Mich-Inspect offers HUD Manufactured Home Certifications to certify that the construction of the home meets the HUD’s Standards for Construction and Safety. This inspection includes plumbing, electrical, structural requirements, fire safety, and thermal protection.
As a veteran-owned company, we would like to extend our gratitude to veterans and public servants with discounts on our services.
Give us a call today to find out how we can assist you in taking the next step for your home!