Frequently Asked Inspection and Testing Questions
Yes, we accept Visa, Master Card, American Express, and Discover.
Trademark Home Inspection, LLC guarantees your report within 24hrs but usually it is delivered the same day and often the inspector will deliver it onsite.
Currently the State of Michigan does not license home inspectors however, the owner does hold a valid Michigan Residential Builders License, we are certified by the International Association of Home Inspectors (interNACHI), and we are certified by the International Association of Indoor Air Quality Consultants (IAC2).
Yes, we carry Workers Compensation, Errors and Omissions, and General Liability Insurance.
Mold testing results are available within 2-3 business days of doing the mold testing and inspection.
No Trademark Home Inspection, LLC feels though we are certified to mitigate mold that it creates a conflict of interest so we only offer mold inspections and mold testing.
That depends on the size of the home, the age of the home, and how many things are being found a good rule of thumb is to allow at least three hours.
Yes, we encourage everyone involved to be present during a home inspection, or mold inspection. Not only will we be investigating the current condition of the home but will also be giving many tips on how to maintain the home.
We tend to book out between 5 and 10 days however we know time is a factor and the inspection needs to be done sooner than that. In those cases we do everything possible to fit your inspection in, as long as it doesn’t make it so the inspector will have to rush anyone’s inspection.
The test must be set up in the home for a minimum of 48hrs, and because we use continuous radon monitors we will know your results as soon as the test is completed.
No we feel this causes a conflict of interest and radon testing and radon mitigation should me performed by different companies.
There is no pass or fail with a home inspection. What Trademark Home Inspection, LLC will do is provide you with a thorough and accurate report of the homes current condition so you and your family can make an educated decision about the home.