Performing inspections since 2003.
Your home is a major investment. Whether you intend to stay in it forever or plan to move someday, chances are good that you will spend the next several years in your new home. Why not take the time up front to get a high quality thorough home inspection for your new purchase, to ensure you won't come across any unexpected surprises?
We can provide you with the professional home inspection you deserve, in any of the following areas:
We are based in Minot, ND and we are locally owned. We will also travel further to complete inspections however the counties named above are just a few of the closer locations. Contact me to order your home inspection today!
Only NACHI and AII certified home inspectors have the education and hands on experience it takes to ensure that you will receive a professional and thorough home inspection. Click here to read more about NACHI certification requirements.
Central Home Inspections has been performing inspections since 2003 and we have completed over 4,450 home inspections.
Mold testing is available!
We are conducting air testing in which the samples are sent to an accredited Laboratory that analyzes the types and amount of mold, most if not all homes will have some type of mold present and by doing this type of testing it will inform you if the present molds are at an elevated level and if they are a health risk.
We take samples of areas for testing to determine if asbestos is present. Samples are sent to an accredited Laboratory that analyze the sample.
Does your home have Radon?
We were a certified member of the National Environmental Health Association for Radon Measurement since 2005. EPA estimates that radon causes thousands of cancer deaths in the U.S. each year. Testing is the only way to find out your home's radon levels. EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing all homes below the third floor for radon. Click on the following link to view an EPA radon map for North Dakota. RADON MAP We use a continuous radon monitor which gives you accurate results immediately, there is no mailing or lab testing involved where the levels have to be approximated by the date started and the date ended and also the amount of time in the mail.
Please check out our Radon section of the site for additional information by clicking here.
Choosing a Home Inspector:
When choosing a home inspection company or home inspector use common sense. You probably want to choose one that is a home inspection specialist. Avoid someone who does home inspections on the side or will do it for a reduced price of the competition, a "cheap" home inspection may not be the best and may be because they are inexperienced, check the experience and the amount of time they have been inspecting. Find out beforehand how the home inspection report will be delivered, verbally, written, person to person, mailed or via electronic means and also the type of report such as a computer generated narrative or a "check sheet" that you are handed at the end of inspection. We complete a very detailed computer generated narrative report that can be emailed or we can provide a printed package normally that same day. North Dakota also requires home inspectors to obtain a license, you can check the North Dakota site to confirm licensing and also ask your inspection company if they are licensed and carry the required E&O Insurance. There are many different organizations that provide certification to home inspectors and home inspection companies that do uphold high standards. Check the certifications and experience of the home inspector you are deciding on.
If you are in the market for a home inspection, check out what I inspect, and what you can expect from me. If you would like to know more, please contact me for a personal consultation, or to schedule an inspection today.
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