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A Waukesha WI home inspection should be a part of the real estate transaction, whether buying or selling. Each home should undergo a non-invasive inspection to evaluate its current condition. Dreamcatcher Home Inspection Services, LLC takes great pride in providing the most thorough and detailed property inspection and provides a report the same day or, within 24-hours of the inspection.

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Home Inspection

When buying a home, obtaining a home inspection on the property is a wise investment to be done before you close. The home inspection is a visual inspection of the accessible major systems and components of the home for the conditions that exist at the time of the inspection. Neglecting this important part of the real estate transaction could end up costing you expensive repairs.

Thermal Inspection

Thermal imaging is also called infrared testing. This inspection approach uses temperature variations inside the walls and ceilings of a home or building. All our inspectors are InterNACHI certified and have completed an intensive course on translating the images to the home buyer or seller.

Pre-Listing Inspection

Making the decision to sell your home is a huge step for most homeowners, but once the decision is made, obtaining a pre-listing home inspection is a must. To avoid the unpleasant surprises a buyer’s home inspector may discover, homeowners who are considering selling their home will get a pre-listing inspection done to get a realistic view of the condition of the home.

Roof Inspection

Roof inspection are done to asses the integrity and lifespan of your roof, how to maintain it and when to replace. Roof inspectors do not climb and walk on roofs as that would be unsafe for both humans and roof.  Most home inspection companies today use advanced technology.

Water in Basement Inspection

The home inspector checks the window casements, window seals, and seals around the door of the basement so as to rule out any possibility of water going into it.

Radon Testing

Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless, cancer causing and chemically inert radioactive gas. It is formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil, and water. It can be found in all 50 states. Radon is a health risk, and the only way to know if the home has elevated levels of radon gas is to have a test done. Radon poisoning may be one of the reasons why your house could be making you sick.

Foundation Inspection

After the floor elevation data is collected, it’s time for the inspector to thoroughly inspect the interior and exterior of the structure, looking for damage, cracks, separations, leaning / listing walls or doors, or any other observable proof of structure movement.

Draw Inspection for Title Companies

The inspector is wanting to show where the job is in relation to the timeline that was set out, examining the precision compared to the initial draw demand, and checking the budget.

Termite Inspection

This inspection looks for damage caused by any type of insect, primarily termites that feed on and nest in the wood that supports your home’s frame, porch, patio, flooring, ceiling, and other places. Ants, bees and beetles, and various larva are also known for making a buffet of your home’s wooden elements, thereby compromising the soundness and integrity of your home’s ability to support itself.

Home Maintenance

Like a routine health check-up, a home maintenance schedule is necessary for every single home‘s upkeep. Continuing to look at your exterior, devices, cooling and heating, plumbing, security, and electrical systems will assist prevent breakdowns, save cash, and keep your home looking its finest.

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