Eastern Shore Home Inspections LLC owner Frank Sabia announced the company’s two-year anniversary. Currently licensed in Delaware and Maryland, it will be expanding into Virginia.
Eastern Shore Home Inspections LLC is committed to providing thorough, reliable inspection services. “We know exactly what to look for when providing you with inspection and testing services. We will carefully go over every inch of the property, taking note of everything and taking plenty of pictures. Then we'll compile the information in a thorough, easy-to-read report. We'll personally go over the report with you in order to make sure you understand everything and will communicate with you throughout the process. At Eastern Shore Home Inspection, we want to make sure you get the peace of mind a home inspection can bring,” said Sabia.
Sabia uses a proprietary report designed exclusively to put inspection results into simple terms to understand. Its inspections point out major deficiencies that affect the operations of the home, minor deficiencies that need to be corrected but will not interfere with the structure, and cosmetic issues. This is designed to give the potential owner all the information needed to make one of their most important decisions in life.
Electronic radon testing is included with the home inspection; it determines if additional testing is needed by taking samples to send to a lab. Radon is a colorless, odorless gas that occurs naturally in the environment and forms when uranium in the soil breaks down. Under normal circumstances, radon will disperse into the air, which means it's diluted enough not to cause issues. Problems only occur once radon becomes trapped, which can happen if it manages to get into a building. When radon exists in high concentrations, it greatly increases the chance of inhabitants developing lung cancer.
The best way to find out if there's excessive radon in a home is to get a test from a professional inspector to get a solid idea of whether residents might be in danger and provide advice on how to fix any issues.
Eastern Shore Home Inspections also will inspect a new home prior to the warranty expiration.
Thermographic imaging is another service it provides to detect issues that may be hard to notice with the naked eye. While the test can't see through walls, so to speak, it can detect differences in heat, which in turn reveal problems with insulation, whether pests are living in structure walls, if there is an issue with electrical wires or where there is a plumbing leak.
To learn more or book an appointment, go to Easternshorehomeinspections.net or call 302-330-7499.