Certified Home Inspectors Northern Virginia
PTI services homes in Arlington, Alexandrea, Falls Church, Fairfax, Great Falls, Mclean, Woodbridge And Manassas. Call (202) 422-3821 today for your home inspection in Northern Virginia.
Northern Virginia has enacted legislation amending the Virginia Residential Landlord-Tenant (VRLT) Act (Virginia Code § 55.1-1200 et seq.) to address the problem of mold in rental housing. The VRLT Act applies to all single-family and multifamily residential dwelling units located in Northern Virginia. The key provisions include a duty to maintain/repair and requirements relating to tenant notice and relocation. Call (202) 422-3821 today for your service needs!
Thermography scan comes with every one of our home inspections. The use of this nun-invasive technology allows us to check for leaks behind walls, cold spots, and other potential problems not seen to the naked eye.
Drone Technology is used when examining roofs for houses under construction, to gain better access in cases where there is little or very poor access to the roof, & providing better quality & safety to our customer and home inspectors.
Why Get A Northern Virginia Home Inspection?
A home inspection is the one of the most important steps you can take when getting a new home. A home inspection is done to inform potential homebuyers and investors of any defects and concerns that the property may have. This allows you the customer to be as informed as possible and gives you the opportunity to make the best choice. Home inspection services from Protect The Investment includes a thorough check of every major system in the home. We perform a through exam of the roof, exterior, foundation, electrical, heating & cooling, plumbing, insulation & ventilation, interior, and appliance systems. Our Home Inspectors record all findings, help you understand the implications of the findings, and direct you as necessary to a corrective resolution.
Indoor Air Quality
Indoor air quality refers to the quality of air within and around buildings and structures. Indoor air quality is known to affect one’s health, comfort, and well-being. Contaminated air is a major concern to your indoor air quality, contamination can come from a variety of things, most common and hazardous; asbestos, radon & mold.