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UFirst Home Inspection LLC

Our Focus Starts With You

Welcome to UFirst Home Inspection LLC, where our focus is on you first, and your satisfaction is our priority.

Our certified and licensed inspectors are ready to assist you with your needs.

Whether you’re buying, selling, or building, UFirst Home Inspection LLC has the tools and the experience needed to ensure your needs are met.

We take pride in our work. Check out what some of our clients have to say about their experiences with UFirst - Testimonials.

 

Our Services

Buy. Sell. Rent. Invest.
Inspect. Inspect. Inspect.

Luxury House

Comprehensive. Detailed. Same Day Reports

A highly trained and certified home inspector will examine the home from the foundation to the roof, where accessible and safe to do so.

Clean Neighborhood

Comprehensive. Detailed. Same Day Reports

A condominium or townhome is going to be your new home and it’s a big investment! Make sure you know what you’re buying and get a home inspection done for your condo / townhome.
The inspection for a condominium or townhome is still called a home inspection. Call today to schedule an inspection for your new home.

House Tour

New Construction ≠ Flawless

There’s nothing worse than buying something brand new only to discover that it’s defective. What if the defective thing is your brand new house? Utilizing new construction phase inspections sets up quality checkpoints throughout the building process to help ensure that the final product is everything you hoped it would be. Call to see how we can help ensure your new house is the home of your dreams.

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Construction > 20 Years. Necessary Inspection

A sewer scope inspection is performed by using a tiny camera to video record the lateral sewer line in a home that leads from the foundation of the house to the main sewer line. The recording will show any potential problems with the pipeline.  There are benefits to getting a sewer scope done and some major risks if you forego it.

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WDI Inspection

(Wood-Destroying Insect)

Silent Destroyers. Necessary Inspection

Because buying a home is one of the biggest financial decisions you’ll ever make, it’s even more important to make sure you’re aware of any dangers hidden underneath. Unfortunately, termites and other wood destroying colonies are great at hiding. These colonies can be hard at work devouring internal wood structures for years before issues are discovered, resulting in thousands of dollars of structural damage.
When you have a WDI inspection on a home during closing, the inspector will visually evaluate the specified property, looking for signs of wood destroying insects. While WDI inspections may not be required in all situations, it’s absolutely recommended to know you’re making a good investment, and to avoid an expensive surprise later in the form of structural damage.

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Radon Testing

Know for Sure

Nearly one out of every 15 homes in the United States is estimated to have an elevated radon level (4 pCi/L or more). Testing is the only way to know if you and your family are at risk from radon. EPA and the Surgeon General recommend testing all homes below the third floor for radon.