Wasatch Crest home Inspections provides a wide range of residential home inspection services for clients in the Greater Salt Lake Area.
Our inspection services include:
- Infrared imaging (Included with each inspection) using state of the art FLIR infrared equipment – a home inspection is a visual inspection of your home. Infrared imaging technology allows us to gather more information about what might be going on in areas that we can not see. For example, IR cameras can aid in the detection of hidden moisture, overheating electrical components, or insufficient insulation.
- 48 hour continuous radon monitoring – Radon is a naturally occurring gas that can contribute to the development of lung cancer. Elevated radon concentrations in a home can often be reduced or eliminated by installation of a radon mitigation system. These systems can cost in the thousands of dollars to install.
- Meth residue swab sampling – Methamphetamine use or manufacture in a home can cause significant medical problems for you and your family. A meth test by Wasatch Crest Home Inspections can alert you to the presence of meth residue or give you peace of mind that your new house is “clean.”
- Airborne and surface mold sampling – Airborne mold sampling by Wasatch Crest Home Inspections may indicate indoor air quality problems, the presence of non-visible water leaks, problems with outside drainage, etc. Indoor air quality problems related to current or previous water damage may be costly and difficult to remediate. It is difficult if not impossible to determine the exact nature of mold using visual means. Lab analysis of areas that appear to be moldy can provide you with the information necessary to protect the health of you and your family.
- Salt Lake Board of Realtors Keybox Access – Wasatch Crest Home Inspections is a Salt Lake Board of Realtors affiliate member with keybox access to listed homes.
Each inspection includes a detailed, written report for your records. Our reports categorize the items that we inspected as “satisfactory” “maintenance required” “repair or replace” or “safety hazard.” A summary of items appears at the beginning of the report followed by system-by-system information.