Buying a home can be one of the most exciting and stressful experiences all at the same time. Today's market conditions can add even more stress to this process. Tighter inventories have increased competition among buyers making it a seller's market.
One way to protect your investment is to conduct a home inspection.
The ASHI was established more than 30 years ago with the goal of building consumer awareness and the highest standards of the home inspection process.
Please click the button below to learn about some common problems discovered during the home inspection with this ASHI virtual home inspection tour.
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Scheduling Online Home Inspections
Please click on the day you wish to have the inspection. Then choose the time (either 9 AM or 1 PM). The timing can be adjusted to suit your needs later. Continue adding the known personal information and then click submit. We will get back to you shortly once we receive your request. Thank You, John Warnke.
The Inspection and Written Report Includes:
A standard home inspection is a visual inspection for the purpose of alerting the client to major defects and deficiencies in the condition of the property. The written report will include the following only:
- Structural Condition
- General Interior (accessible and visible areas)
- Electrical System
- Water Heater
- Ventilation and Visible Insulation
- Heating System
- System and Drainage
- Exterior Components (excluding recreational equipment)
- Appliances (excluding washers & dryers)
- Fireplace and chimneys (excluding interior flues)
- Central Air Conditioning
- Decks and Patios
Additional Services We Offer License # 146900
Radon Gas Inspection
Radon gas is undetectable by sight, smell or taste. Radon is a by-product of the natural, radioactive decay of uranium in soils and rocks and can sometimes be found in well water. The gas is naturally found in the air we breathe, but can also enter a home or building through drains, cracks or holes in the foundation or basement.The radon gas can then become trapped inside the home or building and build up to dangerous levels. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers in the U.S. and claims about 21,000 each year per EPA estimates. Radon is measured in picocuries per liter of air represented as "pCi/L". The average concentration of radon in outdoor air is .4pCi/l, but the radon levels inside a home that are 4.pCi/l or higher should be mitigated.
Wood Destroying Insects Inspection
A visual inspection is conducted of the readily accessible areas of the structure including attics and crawlspaces (permitting accessible entry) for evidence of Wood-destroying insects (WDI). Wood destroying insects include termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and reinfesting wood-boring beetles.
Serving Central Ohio And Surrounding Areas
All inspection/surveys are performed in accordance with PPI policies and procedures and the American Society of Home Inspectors Standards of Practice.