A thorough examination of a building unit's condition, including but not limited to, structural components, plumbing, electrical systems, heating and cooling systems, appliances, ceilings, walls, floors, windows, doors, and outdoor spaces. During the inspection, our inspector looks for any potential issues, defects, and safety concerns. He will also provide general maintenance suggestions. Besides the unit, our inspector would check out the common areas of the building as well. A comprehensive, detailed report will be ready on the following day.
A thorough examination of a house's condition, including but not limited to,
During the inspection, our inspector looks for any potential issues, defects, and safety concerns. He will also provide general maintenance suggestions. A comprehensive, detailed report will be ready on the following day.
Commercial inspection in the right hands can give you peace of mind, knowing that you are making a wise investment.
It is imperative to know what the risks are, so you can decide whether or not to invest in the property. If you are thinking about buying a new commercial property, you must contact a professional New York City home inspection services company to make sure you get the best deal possible. 111 Home Inspections has been assisting clients with commercial property and home inspection services in NYC.
Our experienced, certified and licensed home inspectors in NYC inspect every detail of commercial buildings. They can assist you in determining the good and bad aspects of any commercial building. We check for any faults or damage with advanced equipment at a fair rate. A detailed and timely report will be delivered on the following day.
When wood-destroying organisms such as termites infest a home, serious structural damage can occur. In many cases, that damage is largely hidden beneath exterior cladding and interior drywall, and it can be difficult to spot with the untrained eye. We’re able to perform a comprehensive inspection for damage caused by wood-destroying insects including termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and re-infesting wood-boring beetles.
Thermal imaging cameras are the latest technology being used for fast, reliable, accurate building diagnosis in a wide range of building problems, from evaluating Heating and AC systems, over-heated electric panels, missing insulation, and moisture problems. My thermal imaging camera helps me see things that other inspectors can’t. That’s why I use it on every inspection.
Do you know how safe your drinking water actually is? Contaminants such as bacteria, viruses, chemicals, and heavy metals can pose serious health risks and may not be detected through sight, taste, or smell. Long-term exposure to these contaminants through drinking or other means can lead to serious health problems, including gastrointestinal illness, liver and kidney damage, cancer, neurological disorders, and developmental issues, especially in infants and young children. Water testing can identify the presence of these contaminants and help determine whether treatment is necessary to ensure safe consumption.
Radon is a radioactive gas that can seep into homes and buildings from the surrounding soil and rocks. It is odorless, tasteless, and invisible, making it impossible to detect without specialized equipment. Long-term exposure to high levels of radon can increase the risk of lung cancer, making it a serious health hazard. The safe level of radon in indoor air is considered to be below 4 picocuries per liter (pCi/L) by the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the World Health Organization (WHO). It is important to note that while 4 pCi/L is the recommended action level, any level of radon exposure poses some risk, and lower levels may still be harmful over prolonged exposure. Therefore, it is best to aim for the lowest possible radon levels in indoor air by conducting radon testing and implementing appropriate mitigation measures if necessary.