• Buyer’s Pre-Purchase

    This type of inspection is the ideal way to ensure that as the buyer, you are informed and educated about the property you are purchasing whether it is a re-sale home or brand new construction.

  • Seller’s Pre-Listing

    When considering selling your home this is an excellent step to take to prepare the home and help to get it in its best possible shape before listing it. The pre-listing inspection will help to reduce the possibility of surprises from unknown deficiencies that might, otherwise, appear in an inspection performed by your buyer’s inspector.

  • Buyer’s 11 Month Builder Warranty

    This inspection is usually performed thirty days prior to the expiration of the builder’s One-Year New Home Warranty. It presents concerns you may want to bring to the builder’s attention and allows time for any necessary repairs to be made.

  • Pre-Drywall Inspection

    This type of inspection is performed prior to the builder installing insulation and drywall in a home. The purpose is to evaluate the structural and mechanical components for potential defects and address them before they are covered up.

  • Re-Inspection

    A re-inspection can be ordered by the client after an inspection has been completed. It is a new evaluation of systems or components that had been found to be in need of repair, or further evaluation, during the original home inspection.

  • Homeowner’s Home Maintenance

    Home: It is important to have your home routinely inspected to make you aware of arising conditions to help you prevent potentially major and costly repairs. This is similar to a checkup visit to the doctor or dentist that need only happen every four years or so.

    Re-testing Radon in air: Re-testing is recommended by the EPA every two years due to fluctuations in radon levels over time. In addition, renovations to the home, especially as pertain to the heating and cooling systems, or living pattern changes, like plans to live in a lower level of the house such as a basement that was previously tested but is not currently lived in, would be reasons to re-test.

    Re-testing Well water: The EPA recommends well water to be re-checked every one to five years depending on the type of tests needed. We will be able to help advise you on the best course of action for your testing.


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  • Office Suites


  • Radon in Air Testing
    Aber Home Inspections uses continuous radon measurement devices. These units provide accurate and reliable measurements of levels of radon detected in the air. Our tests comply with all EPA regulations and standards, and the results are admissible for real estate transactions. For more information on radon gas, CLICK HERE.
  • Well and Water Testing
    Water quality testing is strongly recommended for homes with private drinking water wells because of concern for contaminants that may be present. We collect and send samples of your well water to a local certified laboratory for analysis. Depending on the type of tests to be performed (of which there are several) the turnaround time for test results can take from one day to a week or more. Please contact us for the types of tests available. For more information on well water, CLICK HERE.
  • Consultation
    Aber Home Inspections offers hourly consulting services when you need professional advice for any specific elements of your home.
  • Other Professional Services
    Although NOT performed by Aber Home Inspections, the following are examples of services we can assist with:
    Pest Control
    Septic Systems
    Air Quality