With Bateman Home Inspections, the focus is on providing a high level of confidence in, and knowledge about, the condition of your next home. We are a multi-inspector, full service home inspection team working together to provide you with peace of mind, professional service and exceptional value.
Diligence, knowledge, training, licensed and insured.
All of our inspectors and technicians are full time, state licensed, insured, professionally trained and follow a documented inspection program designed to cover all aspects of the home. This ensures an accurate assessment, sound recommendations, and a reduction in oversights. We take your trust in us and our information seriously. Your questions are welcomed before, during, and after the inspection.
Bateman Home Inspections is the areas only multi-inspector company. Our inspectors are state certified and professionally trained.
BHI uses state-of-the-art equipment, a documented and referenceable inspection process, and a full color, interactive, electronic reporting system provides the foundation for our industry leading inspection program.
From your initial contact with us, our aim is to reduce the stress commonly associated with a home inspection and provide you with the necessary insight to make a well informed decision. Risk cannot be eliminated, but it can be greatly reduced.
Give us a call, text, or email and see firsthand how Bateman Home Inspections reduces your risk and makes the home buying process a lot less scary.
Standard Inspection Services:
A thorough and comprehensive inspection of the visible and accessible areas and components of a home as defined in the American Society of Home Inspectors Standard of Practice. The 5 major home systems, roof, structure, HVAC, plumbing and electrical are inspected as well as the interior components, doors, windows, appliances, exterior components, electrical and plumbing fixtures and grading. The inspection and reporting program includes major and minor deficiencies, safety concerns, construction styles and materials and inspector recommendations as necessary. Typical inspection length is 2-3 hours.
An abbreviated inspection of the visible and accessible areas and components of a home and designed to identify deficiencies of significant repair expense that may be discovered during a Pre-Purchase inspection. Early identification eliminates surprises and allows the owner time to make desired repairs in a controlled and cost saving manner. The inspection and reporting program is limited to identification of significant deficiencies in the 5 major home systems: Roof, Structure, HVAC, Plumbing and Electrical. Typical inspection length is 1 hour.
Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers and the second leading cause behind smoking. Following national protocols, a radon measurement is performed for a minimum of 48 hours utilizing advanced CRM (Continuous Radon Monitor) devices to identify if an elevated radon level is likely.
Tailored to the informational needs of an investor, this inspection is similar to a Pre-Purchase Inspection but with less reporting in the areas of construction styles and materials. Typical inspection length is 1.5 hours
(Not a Property Condition Report) – This inspection service is client and property specific. Please call, text or email us to discuss various inspection options to meet your specific needs.
Specialty Inspection Services:
A mold inspection is a deliberate and guided inspection that focuses on locating mold and identifying the contributing factors to mold growth. This is typically performed when physical mold or physical mold generating conditions are observed which may have an adverse health impact. The purpose of this inspection is to identify the severity, type and cause of the observed condition. Information provided will allow the client to make informed decisions on mold mitigation lengths and corrective actions to reduce future mold growth.
Air Quality Sampling
Air quality sampling is a controlled gathering of air from within and outside the home to determine if the mold types and levels are similar. Older homes and homes that have the HVAC air handler located in a crawl space will benefit from this type of sampling. The purpose of this inspection is to identify if any hidden conditions may exist that can contribute to allergen reactions. Information provided will allow the client to make informed decisions regarding the necessity of common HVAC equipment and duct cleaning or crawl space cleanup.
Damage Assessment Inspection
Specific specialty services that provide documentation of current conditions when additional discovery or extent of damage determination is necessary.
Thermal Imaging Inspection
By detecting the difference in temperature between a wet area and the surrounding dry areas thermal imaging can help detect moisture issues that would not be visible during a limited visual home inspection.
Adhered Manufactured Stone Veneer (AMSV) Inspection
ASHI Standards of Practice
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ASHI Client Bill of Rights
American Society of Home Inspectors® (ASHI®) Client Bill of Rights
As a profession, home inspectors have an ethical obligation to the public. This obligation includes integrity, competency, honesty, confidentiality, objectivity and an interest in public safety. Fulfilling this obligation will promote and preserve public confidence in the profession. In recognition of this obligation, we hereby promote and proclaim these rights for our clients.
– BILL LODEN, ASHI Ethics Committee chairperson
– BILL LODEN, ASHI Ethics Committee chairperson