Owner, Mark Boeing is an electrical power engineer with over a quarter century of experience in the electric utility industry. Along the way, he has acquired an impressive skill set including analytical and problem solving abilities relating to system design and implementation, operations, environmental factors, construction, and safety.
The meticulous nature of his discipline is ideally suited to the home inspection industry. Now, he and his associates are available to put their knowledge and expertise to work for you—ensuring that your next real estate purchase is both safe and sound.
Our user-friendly home inspection reports are created in a digital format (.pdf) using HORIZON Software. This means that you will receive a highly-detailed report that is easy to read and navigate on your computer, Smartphone, or tablet. Included within your custom home inspection report is a complete assessment of every system within your home as well as photos, diagrams, descriptions, and recommendations outlining any areas of concern. We utilize the Horizon mobile application which allows us to enter photos and other field data into our reporting system throughout the inspection process.
Our reports focus on all major areas of home inspection:
The Home’s Interior & Exterior
Heating & Cooling Systems
Radon is a naturally occurring, radioactive gas produced by the breakdown of uranium in rock, soil, concrete, and water. It is the second leading cause of lung cancer and is responsible for thousands of deaths each year. In fact, the risk of lung cancer from radon is 9 times greater than from smoking!
The EPA has set an acceptable radon level at 4pCi/L (picocuries per liter). The Average home has a level of 1.7pCi/L. Since radon levels are not constant for any particular geographic location and may vary from house to house, it is extremely important to test any property before purchasing.
Radon testing is simple and non-invasive. A testing device is placed in the basement of your home for a minimum of 48 hours. All exterior windows and doors should be kept closed for 6 hours prior and for the duration of the test (normal use for entry and exit is permitted). You will be able to operate your furnace and air conditioner during the test, but not your whole-house ceiling fan. Testing results will be obtained two days after testing is complete.