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Home Inspection

A Home Inspection identifies issues that may have an adverse impact on the value of the property or involves an unreasonable risk to you and your family. 

What is a Home Inspection?

Why Inspect a NEW Home?

The Advantage of a Sellers (Pre-sale) Inspection

Standards of Practice

Being certified in the state of Wisconsin requires professional licensing, maintaining professional standards and abiding by industry code of ethics and best practices.

AHSI Standards of Practice

Wisconsin Department of Safety and Processional Services

Wisconsin Rental Weatherization


Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer. It can be controlled in any house, but the only way to know the radon level in a house is to measure it.

Wisconsin Department of Health Services

Environmental Protection Agency

National Radon Proficiency Program

Radon Information

Radon Videos

What if my radon level is 3.9?

Radon in Well Water

Professional Organizations

To stay educated and certified, home inspectors train and network with many agencies dedicated to home safety.

American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists

American Society for Testing and Materials

American Society of Home Inspectors

REALTORS® Association of South Central Wisconsin

Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors

Wisconsin Builders Association

Home Safety

Your family’s security relies on knowledge.


Aluminum Branch Wiring

Chimney Safety

Consumer Product Safety Commission Recalls

Federal Pacific Stab-Lok®

Home Health Tips

National Electrical Contractors Association

National Fire Protection Association

Zinsco Electrical Panel

Home Maintenance

Helpful guides to keep your home operational and energy efficient.

DIY Network

Home Improvement

House Logic

Home Warranties

Do your homework.

Do You Need a Home Warranty?

New Home Warranties

Home Warranty Worth the Cost?

USAToday – Home Warranty Tips