HOME INSPECTION SERVICES
All of my inspection services, including the Buyer’s Inspection, are done in accordance with the Standard of Practice (SOP) of ASHI, the state of New York, and the state of Connecticut. The Buyer’s Inspection is a thorough visual walkthrough inspection of the home completed before a buyer decides on closing. During the inspection, we note the home’s current condition and any safety issues or repair needs within each system and component.
- Structural system
- Roof system
- Plumbing system
- Electrical system
- Heating system
- Air conditioning system
- Insulation and ventilation
- Fireplaces and solid fuel-burning appliances
Light Commercial Inspection
We do inspections for light commercial properties, such as storefronts and stripmalls. During a Light Commercial Inspection, we note the property’s condition and any issues or safety concerns.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
4 Point Inspection
A 4 Point Inspection can be completed for insurance purposes and lets your insurance provider know the condition of the homes 4 most significant areas: the roof, electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC system.
New Construction Inspection
Thermal Imaging Camera
Additional Inspection Services
Home Performance Consulting
A Mold Remediation Plan is specific to each inspection. The purpose of the plan is to provide methods to eliminate the moisture sources and visible mold growth. The plan includes, but is not limited to: Click on the toggle box below to learn more.
Mold Assessment Plan Includes
- • A description of the rooms or areas where the remediation will be performed,
• An estimate of the quantity of material to be cleaned or removed,
• A description of the abatement methods to be used for each type of remediation in each area,
• A proposal for containment, when needed, to prevent the spread of mold.
- A list of recommended personal protective equipment for abatement workers (to be provided by the Remediation Contractor),
• A list of clearance procedures and criteria for each type of remediation in each area,
• For an occupied property, recommendations for notice to occupants and posting requirements that are appropriate for the project,
• An estimate of cost and time for completion of the project,
• Information on the use of any United States Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA) registered disinfectant, biocide, or antimicrobial coating being considered, taking into account the potential for occupant sensitivities to such products, and
• Identification of the underlying
source(s) of moisture, when possible,
that may be causing mold growth and recommendations for the type of contractor who would be able to fix the issue.
Heating and Cooling System Design Analysis
Contact Long’s GCS Corp. today to schedule thorough home inspection services in the Lower Hudson Valley or Fairfield County, CT.
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