Inspecting Homes in Woodbridge 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.
When you are selling, purchasing, or maintaining your home in Woodbridge VA, Key Inspector can provide a detailed inspection of your home. It’s important to understand any areas of concern that might need repairs in a home before making what could be one of your largest purchases you make. With 15+ years’ experience in construction and remodeling, we understand what to look for in the structure and workmanship of a home. Whether it’s visible or hidden from view, as licensed and InterNACHI certified, we can find any areas of concern.
From the interior of the home to the exterior, there are many components to a home that should be inspected by a professional home inspector. We can help answer your questions before making a purchase, we can inspect you home at any time. We offer a variety of inspections that include One-Year Warranty Home Inspection during the 11th month of your new construction before your builder’s warranty expires, or a Maintenance Home Inspection to determine if there are any areas of your current home that might need repairs. Our other inspections include:
• Buyers Home Inspection – new construction and resales should be thoroughly inspected for safety and a chance for you to learn more about the home and it’s major systems
• Pre-Listing (Seller) Home Inspection – save time before listing by discovering any issues that could need repair
• New Construction Pre-Closing Home Inspection – even new construction should be inspected to make sure the workmanship is top quality
• Walk & Talk Consultation – when there isn’t time for a full inspection, a walk and talk consultation can help you learn about the home through a visual inspection
Contact us today to schedule the inspection that’s right for your property!
Testing your home is the only way to determine if radon is present. We strongly urge our clients to have a radon inspection for a newly constructed home or older home. Radon forms naturally from the breakdown of uranium, radium, and thorium rocks, soil, and groundwater. It can then make its way into a home no matter the age of the home. This dangerous gas has no odor, taste and cannot be seen. However, if exposed to high levels of radon in a home can it lead to cancer. According to the EPA, radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the US.
Schedule your radon inspection today for peace of mind that your home is safe.