Clear Choice Home Inspection Services

Structure Inspection

New Home Inspections

Performing a detailed structural home inspection of every home is the main need in the present day scenario.  Structural home inspections have to be taken into consideration not just to get a desired result but also to get rid of harmful building components.​
A professional inspection of your new dream home can pay big dividends in peace of mind and getting any problems identified and corrected before they can become an unpleasant surprise.  

Roof Inspection

Foundation Inspection

We recommend annual inspections for every roof system. Far too often, the cause of a roof failure is the absence of proper maintenance and inspection. Annual visual inspections and routine maintenance can significantly increase the long term service life of your roof assembly.
Clear Choice Home Inspections gives you a clear idea as to how you can get a proper and professional foundation inspection.  An accurately constructed foundation supports your home well for a number of years.

HVAC Inspection

Electrical Inspection

An electrical system is part of the mechanical components of the structure.  A home inspector is not required to report on Code violations, but he or she is required to conduct a thorough visual examination of the visible aspects of a home's elctrical system.
The heating and air conditioning (HVAC) systems are a technical and critical part of any inspection.  The HVAC components not only supply heating and cooling to the house, but they are also a critical part of the health of the home.

Thermal Imaging​​

Sewer Scoping

Moisture in building materials can destroy structural integrity and produce mold. Quickly locating and removing all sources of moisture is the first step in moisture problem remediation. By finding variations in temperature, infrared cameras instantly show you what is wet and what is dry.
Our sewer inspection service uses a video camera to inspect your drain and sewer lines for problems, blockages, leaks and the cause of sewer odors in your home.



The causes of indoor air pollution vary from house to house and even room to room. Contaminated air seeps in from outside, but it also can come from indoor sources like consumer products, mold, insects and pets. Poor ventilation can let it accumulate to dangerous levels, a problem that often spikes in fall and winter as we seal up homes to conserve heat.
If you suffer from mold allergies, the best way to keep yourself safe from these issues is to be proactive in preventing mold growth.  For those that are already experiencing symptoms, a mold inspection complete with testing can help determine exactly what is happening with your indoor environment.