We know you have many options when choosing a home inspector. Tactical Inspections uses only experienced, certified, and capable inspectors. No one wants to deal with an attitude or feeling unsure around an expert. Our staff prides itself on professionalism and customer service. We are here to explain things in an easy to understand way, and make sure your property is good to go.
Mission statement: To provide high quality home inspections to our customers with precision and tact. Built upon years of veteran contracting and inspection experience we will deliver the highest level of detail and service to what is often the most important purchase of one’s life. We pledge to work quickly, ethically, and articulate complicated things in simple ways.
Guarantee: We offer a 90 Day guarantee on all our inspections. We offer many different warranty options and buy back programs through Internachi and others as well. Be sure to inquire about what’s covered with your inspection.
Education: Feel free to check out the “Learn about Home Inspections” section below on this page. As well as coming soon we will have a Resources page to help let you know what to look for around your home, and tips to prevent damage.
If you find any property issues that we missed in our home inspection report, we will repair the item.
Our Guarantee covers repairs up to $1,500 on anything that leaks or fails to open and close. The guarantee covers any and all of our customers for 60 days after the date of the inspection. If you move in to your new home and are surprised to find that something is wrong that was not documented in our report, give us a call and we will be happy to arrange the necessary repairs.
*Home Inspection only. Add on service inspections vary.
A home inspection is an objective visual examination of the physical structure and systems of a house, from the roof to the foundation. On average, a single-family home inspection usually takes 2-4 hours to complete, though this is heavily dependent on the of the size and condition of the home. After the inspection process, the inspector will send the client an inspection report that covers their findings, complete with pictures, analysis and recommendations.
Our roof Certifications and Warranties are a great addition to any home inspection.
A licensed home inspector and roof contractor will do a thorough inspection of your roof. The idea here is to certify that your roof is not in danger of leaking or failing during the next few years.
If your roof should fail or leak within the warranty time, a licensed roof contractor will come perform the repairs at no cost to you. No deductible, no insurance!
Get peace of mind for your new home, and know you aren’t going to have any surprises in the first few years. You will receive a separate dedicated roof report, explained by a roofing professional. If any repairs are needed, an estimate or suggestion will be provided for corrective actions.
Some roofs are completely inaccessible because they’re too high, too steep, too wet, or they’re made of materials such as clay tiles that make walking on them dangerous. In addition, some roofs have tall chimneys or other features that are impossible to access.
Inspectors can use tools like camera poles to try and address accessibility issues, but those tools are limited in what they can capture, and can’t always provide the level of detail needed.
Drones solve accessibility issues by giving home inspectors an easy method for collecting visual data on the condition of a roof without having to climb the building and walk across it.
Before drones, home inspectors who encountered inaccessible roofs were put in the difficult position of having to tell clients that they couldn’t provide any information on the condition of the roof.
We use FAA certified drone pilots to assess the hard to reach, or inaccessible views otherwise included with a home inspection. To top it off, this video is done in new 4K quality video to give you the clearest picture possible of your home’s exterior.
Thermal imaging finds surface temperatures and can show thermal anomalies. It can also show a surface temperature that differs from what is expected. It’s upon further investigation with other tools that indicate leaks, pests, and electrical issues.
A thermal imaging inspection involves using a Infrared Camera (IR) to check the outside or inside of a building or home. It looks for water and moisture that may be inside the walls. This is an area an inspector cannot see without opening up the walls or without using this type of technology.
If not installed and maintained properly, a lawn irrigation system can create problems for the health of a property’s lawn. A faulty system can lead to wasteful water use, or, worse, contamination of the home’s potable water supply.
Therefore we recommend getting your irrigations system checked during a home inspection to ensure no waste or hazard is occurring.