Home Inspections and Environmental Services in the Annapolis Metropolitan Area
At Dynamic Home Inspections Inc, we love what we do. We pride ourselves on providing an effective, timely, and consumer-oriented experience. To accomplish this, we provide a wide range of services and go out of our way to connect with our clients. We explain our findings in a manner that is easy to understand, yet we can confidently converse with engineers. Experience can make a difference, especially with new home buyers who can simultaneously be attentive, scared, excited, and overwhelmed. We consider ourselves educators as well as inspectors. Our offerings range from inspections for buyers, sellers, and investors to termite and rental property inspections. We also test for radon, mold, impurities in well water, and many other environmental concerns. Don’t forget septic and sewer! This is why Dynamic Home Inspections Inc is truly your “One-Stop-Shop.”
Our 200% Guarantee
Suppose you are not completely satisfied with the inspection we provide. In that case, we will not only return your inspection fee but also pay up to the original inspection fee for another licensed home inspector of your choice to perform a re-inspection within your contingency period.
- Buyer Home Inspections
- Walk and Talk Inspections
- Gold 5-Star Indoor Health Package
- Pre-Listing (Seller) Inspections
- Rental Property Inspections
- New Home Inspections – Foundation, Pre-Drywall, Final Walk-Through, 11-Month Builder’s Warranty
- Radon Inspection
- Energy Efficiency Assessments – (Budget for your Utilities)
- Termite Inspection
- Mold Inspection
- Pool Inspections
- Well Flow/Yield Information
- In-Depth Well Inspection
- Camera Septic Inspection
- Sewer Scope Inspection
- Thermal Imaging
- Water Intrusion Inspections
- Deck Inspections
- New Construction Inspections
- Post-Closing Inspections
- Structural Inspection
- Electrical Inspection
- Plumbing Inspection
- Well Water Testing
- Manufactured Home Engineering Foundation and Addition Certifications
Buyer Home Inspection
When buying a home, obtaining a home inspection on the property is a wise investment to be done before you close. The home inspection is a visual inspection of the accessible major systems and components of the home for the conditions that exist at the time of the inspection.
New Construction Inspections
A new construction home inspection will offer you invaluable insights into what you and your family are buying. You’ve heard repeatedly that buying a home may be the biggest investment of your life, so knowing the issues upfront and getting them taken care of will allow you to enjoy your new home for many years.
11th Month Builders Warranty
Most newly built homes come with a builder’s 1-year warranty for those homeowners who are living in a newly constructed home. While many items are now concealed or covered, it’s not too late for defects to be found by the trained eye of our inspectors.
We recommend that you perform mold testing anytime you purchase a home, especially if the house has been vacant, has had a water event, or if someone is particularly sensitive to mold. We can visually observe areas of a home and try to identify moisture intrusion or moisture damage that may have resulted in mold growth, but at times this can be hidden or not visible.
Any radon levels over the EPA-established 4.0 pCi/L are recommended to take corrective measures, i.e., installing radon mitigation which reduces the radon gas concentrations in the home. Just because the house has elevated radon levels doesn’t mean it’s a bad home; it just means the radon needs to be managed and reduced to acceptable levels with mitigation.
Sewer Scope Inspection
A typical home inspection doesn’t cover the sewer line as it is buried in the ground. But here at Dynamic Home Inspections, Inc., we provide an exemplary Annapolis, MD Camera Sewer Scope Inspection to determine the condition of the property’s sewer line and see if the system is properly functioning.
Sometimes called “termite inspections,” this specialized inspection looks for damage caused by any type of wood destroying insect, primarily termites that feed on and nest in the wood that supports your home’s frame, porch, deck, flooring, ceiling, and other places. Of course, not all wood-destroying insects are termites.
If you are aiming to buy an old rundown home, or a recently renovated home a structural inspection is necessary for discovering the structural stability of the home. In this short article, we discuss what goes into a structural assessment, and whether you might require one.
It can be tough to determine all the ways your home’s electrical wiring might fail to meet safety standards. (That’s why home electrical inspectors are here for you), but there are several things to look for.
A plumbing inspection should be one of the primary aspects of the property that a buyer must look into before negotiating or closing a deal. Plumbing repairs are not inexpensive and getting stuck with poor plumbing work or broken pipes in your new home is bound to be a frustrating experience.
Whether you are planning to sell your home or you are buying one, a roof inspection should be part of your checklist, and definitely at the top. While it is very important to secure a safe roof for your home, it can also be quite an investment, but for good reasons. Don’t get stuck with a large expense as soon as you move into your new home.
Water Intrusion Inspections
The direction in which rainwater flows is controlled by the slope of the land or grade around your house. Grounds that slope away from the property are best for avoiding excess water nearing the foundation. Fortunately, soil that slopes toward your house is not too hard to fix.
Pool and Spa Inspections
A pool inspection is extremely important when purchasing a home. This inspection will look for minor and life safety concerns and maintenance issues that are crucial not only for your family but for others around your neighborhood to get the longest life out of your pool.
An energy audit at a dwelling is often the first step in making a home more energy efficient and comfortable. An audit can help assess how much energy the dwelling uses. It can provide a list for what measures need to be taken to improve efficiency.
Walk and Talk Inspections
We, at Dynamic Home Inspections Inc. can perform a Walk and Talk Inspection that is for informational and educational purposes only. This can either be an Inspection about an Hour and a Half Long where your Agent can Get Us Access into the Home During a Showing.