Accurate Inspections, LLC is a locally owned property inspection business in Dewitt, MI. Operating within a one hundred mile radius we have serviced many homes in the Dewitt, St. Johns, Bath, Laingsburg, Perry, Haslett, Williamston, Okemos, East Lansing, Lansing, Delta Township, Grand Ledge, and Holt areas.
Through the years we have inspected homes, restaurants, office buildings, factories, stores, apartments, boats, and water towers. Along with regular inspections, we can perform condo, duplex, and commercial inspections. We also offer radon screenings, water testing, drain inspections, pest inspections and pest control.
Accurate Inspections, LLC has a fully staffed office that can be reached 5 days a week with a philosophy that each inspection is the most important inspection. Customer service and continuing education is our highest priority.
Types of Inspections We Offer
- Commercial property inspections
Starting a new business or expanding an existing one is not a decision one makes lightly and choosing the right place is key to its success.
You need to know exactly where you’re setting into and that’s were an ASHI certified commercial property inspector comes into action.
Since every commercial property is different, a commercial property inspector tends to be more specialized towards of a specific type of structure (warehouses, small commercial buildings, etc.) and Accurate Inspections, LLC has among its staff the perfect inspectors to create a team of specialists that will keep you covered no matter what your needs are.
Each member of a commercial property inspection team will provide you with a very detailed report of every part of the property you could be interested in.
For example, the air vents will be examined by an inspector with the knowledge and expertise to know if they’re worth the time and effort you may be willing to spend on them or if they require some attention. You’ll have to read a bit, but everything you think you wanted to know and probably a few things you would never have expected, will be there. In the end, you’ll be deciding what you need to know and we’ll take every effort to insure that everything is answered.
The need to find a home inspector may not be the first one that comes up to mind when you’re looking for a house but it’s actually as important as finding the right place.
A home inspection is the third most requested contingency in any home selling contract and it can end up affecting the final price and saving you thousands of dollars if it happens to reveal some hidden yet important defect that may haven even evaded the owner.
With a combination of training and experience, Accurate Inspections, LLC inspectors’ can tell if a tiny crack is an indicator of a major structural problem or simply a minor inconvenience. They understand the workings of a home and know exactly where to look to find possible problems. They’ll notice those “insignificant” details that you may have overlooked or that someone may have even hid from you. Just like an insurance policy, a home inspection guarantees you peace of mind by assuring you that you know the exact condition of your property.
Pests are a part of life, you just can’t run away from them and you don’t want to be living with one if you can avoid it. Unlike you, pests don’t have anything else to do but destroy your home and imperil your health.
A pest inspection is not part of a standard home inspection but can be requested as part of a follow up inspection that can also cover other items.
Since pest inspection requires a separate certification from ASHI, a home inspector can note the possible presence of pest before recommending further evaluation by a pest inspector. You can also order a pest inspection as part of your home inspection. From the tiny droppings of a rat and all the diseases hidden there, to the presence of carpenter ants, pests present enormous risks to the structural integrity of the house as well as to the health of those living there. If any trace of a pest are detected, the pest inspector can then recommend a pest control company or allow you to proceed on your own, acting on complete information regarding the challenge you’re facing and the danger that each one entails (i.e. rats have a sweet tooth for electric cables).
Radon is a dangerous and naturally occurring gas that originates from the breakdown of radioactive elements such as thorium, uranium, etc, which are usually found on almost all types of soil. Radon can leak into a home through the walls, foundations, water pipes and the water itself among others.
Radon takes an estimate of 21,000 lives a year by causing lung cancer on people mostly unaware of its presence, making it the second cause of that disease in the U.S.
Once it’s inside a house, it accumulates and lingers on, getting into the air and causing lung damage in those that breathe in. According to the E.P.A, one in seven houses in the U.S. has high levels of Radon, indistinct of its construction, age or the presence or lack of a basement. Testing Your house for Radon is an extremely important safety measure that is not included in a standard home inspection but can be added upon request. The test takes around 48 hours to perform and does not involve any type of property damage. Our inspectors have the equipment and training to perform the testing according to E.P.A. standards and in case it turns out the levels are beyond safety ones, they can recommend the installation of a mitigating system.
Before purchasing or selling your home be sure to get a video drain inspection from Accurate Drain Inspections. We have state of the art technology that will help you avoid a costly mistake. Whether there is a clog in the drain or root incursion, you need to know before the problem gets out of hand. Accurate Drain Inspections is the company you can trust!