Sound Home Inspection can offer consulting services by accompanying clients on property evaluation, advising on major remodeling, or explaining pending litigation.consulting
Sound Home Inspection can tell you if you're making a good investment when buying commercial properties such as apartment buildings, storefronts or multi-family units.commercial
Whether buying a new home or selling your current one, Sound Home Inspection can assess the condition of the home and advise you of any existing or potential issues.residential
Sound Home Inspection, LLC offers a wide range of home inspection services. Those who can benefit from a quality home inspection include parties involved in real estate transactions as well as homeowners planning remodeling and extensive maintenance, lawyers and banks looking to establish a value on properties, and homeowners regrouping after a fire, flood, storm or other natural disaster . . . just to name a few. Although based in Connecticut, Sound Home inspectors travel throughout New England and other parts of the US as needed.
Look to Sound Home Inspection, LLC for the following services:
- Thorough home inspections for home buyers and sellers
- Home inspections to assist homeowners planning remodeling or extensive maintenance
- Overseeing large remodeling and construction projects
- House minding for homeowners that will be away from their property for an extended period
- Inspections for formaldehyde foam insulation, asbestos, dangerous wiring, wood-boring insects and radon
- Septic system inspections
- Air and water quality inspections
- Inspections after storm, hurricane or fire damage
- Inspections for shorefront properties
- Consultation on scheduling maintenance, commercial properties and home repair issues
- Inspections for commercial buildings, apartment buildings, condos and townhouses
- Court testimonials on inspection-related issues
- Legal affidavits
- Inspections for moisture content in structural members
Sound Home Inspection brings more than 25 years of home inspection experience to your home and your transaction.
To schedule your own home inspection, call (860) 445-1236 today.
Our Services at a Glance
While not required, a radon test is a good idea to find out if there are excessive levels of this toxic gas in a home. It's important to have a certified inspector perform an EPA-approved test to evaluate a property for the presence of radon.
If you're part of the 25 percent of Americans whose home relies on a septic system, it's good sense to have it inspected. Since the tank and pipes are underground, only a qualified home inspector can tell you if the system is in proper working order, potentially saving you costly repairs.