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Office (308) 627-9241
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comprehensive visual evaluations and provide objective, easy-to-understand reports that you can use to make sound decisions.
Realtors often suggest to their buyers and sellers that they obtain a professional home inspection. But it can be difficult to know who to call.
For additional information or to schedule an inspection, please call (308) 627-9241!
For buyers, I help you provide peace of mind. It is always advised before purchasing a car to take it to a certified mechanic for evaluation. So should a home inspection be performed before such a large investment is to be made. For sellers I provide another valuable marketing advantage.
Radon is a radio active gas originating from uranium which is broke down to a gas that can enter a home through the soil and cracks and penetrations in the foundation. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the U.S. The EPA currently has an action level of 4.0 pCi\L (picocuries per liter) which is to say that anything higher, mitigation would be recommended. Mitigation systems can reduce the indoor level to 2 pCi/L or lower. The EPA action level guideline says that radon levels have been found all over the U.S. including every county in Nebraska. Radon measurement is done to determine an accurate level rate. Using a Continuous Radon Monitor or CRM measurement results can be known in 48 hours which is very convenient during a real estate transaction. Find more information by going to www.epa.gov/radon/.
As a professional home
inspector, my goal continues
to be making the home
inspection experience reliable
and useful. I conduct
Certified by AHIT (American Home Inspectors Training Institute).
Certified by NSRB (National Radon Safety Board).
Licensed by the State of Nebraska.
Prompt and professional service with 48 hour inspection guarantee.
BCBR affiliate member.
On-site reports complete with digital photos.
We perform our inspections using the ASHI Standards of Practice.
Serving Central Nebraska.