Inspecting Homes in Warrenton and Beyond!
Key Inspector, LLC, is based in Nokesville VA, and is a trusted source for home inspections and radon testing throughout Northern Virginia areas.
Let Key Inspector give you the peace of mind you want whether you are selling, purchasing, or maintaining your home in Warrenton VA. As an InterNACHI certified inspector, with 15+ years’ experience in construction and home remodeling, we understand the details of home safety. We know where to look and what to look for to provide you with the confidence and understanding of your home. Before making what could be one of your largest purchases, contact Key Inspector to schedule your home inspection.
Key Inspector will give home buyers and sellers the knowledge they need to make sure their home is constructed safely. Whether a pre-listing inspection is required to make necessary repairs to help the purchase process run smoothly or a buyer’s in-depth home inspection to learn all the details to make an educated decision on a purchase, we can meet your needs. Knowing which inspection you need is helpful. We can help you choose between our inspections:
- Buyers Home Inspection – learn more about the home and its major systems
- Pre-Listing (Seller) Home Inspection – have your home in top quality condition before listing
- New Construction Pre-Closing Home Inspection – evaluate the workmanship on new construction
- One-Year Warranty Home Inspection – before warranties expire, have your home inspected
- Maintenance Home Inspection – keep your current home in top condition
- Walk & Talk Consultation – when short on time, a visual walk & talk will help you learn more
Each inspection provides the knowledge you need and can relieve some of the pressure experienced during any real estate transaction.
Whether purchasing a new home, an older home or even to maintain your current home, a radon inspection is beneficial to protect you and your home’s occupants. Radon is a dangerous gas that can invade any home no matter the home’s age. It is the product that results from uranium, radium, and thorium breaking down in rocks, soil, and groundwater. According to the EPA, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Schedule your radon testing for a professional inspection to make sure your home or potential new home is radon free.