Clear View Home Inspection Services

At Clear View Home Inspection we strive to accommodate all of our client’s needs by offering a variety of services. Not only do we specialize in home inspections, we also provide and/or coordinate specific inspections that a home buyer may need. Some examples are: pest inspection; mold inspection; septic and well inspection. Simply inform us of your anticipated inspection needs and we will take care of the rest! Below is a list of all the services we offer and the cost associated to each of them.

Homeowners and Real estate professionals deserve a professional home inspection company that will provide quality services. That’s where Clear View Home Inspection can help. For more than 15 years, Clear View Home Inspection has been one of Columbus Ohio’s leading home inspection companies because of their commitment to provide professional and quality services.

Clear View Home Inspection  meets or exceeds the highest industry standards, exude professionalism and communicates the findings in a non-alarming manner.

During a general home inspection, we inspect over 400 items in various categories including:

  • Exterior Home Components
  • Electrical Systems
  • Roofs
  • Foundation – Interior and Exterior
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Attic
  • Basements/Crawl Space
  • …and more.

Clear View Home Inspection also provides a comprehensive Report and on our website a Seasonal Maintenance Checklist. Clear View Home Inspection is  even available for follow-up phone consultations when needed.

 Clear View Home Inspection will evaluate the home’s exterior, identify any signs of termite activity as well as conditions conducive to termites or other infestations during a Termite Inspection. The assessment includes physical and visual inspections, which usually includes inspecting, tapping and probing susceptible wood. To learn more, contact Clear View Home Inspection today!
Different components, including testing water for impurities and other quality parameters, help make up Well Testing procedure. Results may vary and if Escherichia coli (E. coli) is discovered, then additional tests will be performed to determine if fecal matter is present. Well chlorination is typically the standard treatment for this condition.

Then, a flow test is performed and designed to quantify the volume of water available to be pumped from the well. This test usually requires a consistent flow of water over a set period of time followed by a measurement of the volume of water the well can produce.

Well location in relationship to setback requirements from ponds, septic and property lines may also be a part of a well test. To learn more, contact Clear View Home Inspection today.

 A Septic Inspection is an objective evaluation of the onsite wastewater treatment system. This inspection is based on the experience and expertise of a qualified inspector in accordance with NACHI prescribed standards. It is an evaluation of each component examined leading to a conclusion about the system’s condition. It is a written narrative report of the evaluation of each component examined, leading to a conclusion about the septic system’s condition, at the time of inspection. It is not a warranty or guarantee that the system will properly function for any period of time in the future, nor is there any assurance that the soil is currently adequately treating or will adequately treat effluent. For more information visit:

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is a by-product of the radioactive decay of uranium and radium. Studies of humans exposed to both high and low levels of radon have shown an increased occurrence of lung cancer. Radon gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless, so the only way to know the level of radon in your home is to test for it. The radon inspection service includes the placement of testing devices to measure the ongoing level of radon in habitable areas of the home. These measurements evaluate the level of radon to determine if any form of improvement is required. Per the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), you should take steps to resolve the issue if the radon level is 4pCi/l or higher. The EPA document A Citizen’s Guide to Radon (Third Edition) provides the basic information everyone should know about radon. For more information on how to reduce your radon health risk, call your state radon office for copies of the guides listed below:

 

Other indoor air quality-specific publications are located at EPA Newsletters and Publications.

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