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Individuals holding the Residential Measurement Provider certification have demonstrated knowledge of U.S. EPA radon measurement protocols for the placement and retrieval of radon measurement devices. They have also demonstrated knowledge of the proper interpretation of results obtained in residential settings.
Although this classification is specific for measurements in homes, it does not preclude the ability to conduct radon measurement surveys in large buildings, or to take samples for radon in water, provided that the appropriate protocols are followed.
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Accurate Service Results
Our Inspection Guarantee assures that our inspectors will do their very best on each and every inspection to produce the most accurate inspection report.
iHouse home inspections provides cost-effective solutions to energy-related issues. The report will also contain a cost/benefit analysis for the recommended improvements and expected return on investment.
Licensed and Insured
Certified Home Inspector and is a member of the National Society of Home Inspectors, a member of NACHI and ASHI.
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and backed by the iHouse Inspection Guarantee to be fast and accurate
HOME INSPECTION IS A SMART CHOICE
PROTECTS ALL PARTIES INVOLVED
Without a thorough home inspection performed by a qualified professional, neither the buyer nor the seller can really know what hidden problems may exist in a home. Too many times the excitement of buying a new home fades away as undiscovered problems hit you where it hurts the most – your pocketbook. After the sale has closed or the home warranty has run out is not a good time to discover these problems. Your local iHouse professional will evaluate all the major components of the home, including heating & cooling, structure, electrical, plumbing and built in components like intercom, telephone and specialty lighting systems. Let iHouse help you make an informed purchase. Fit and finish may be perfect, but could there still be hidden problems?