Trifecta Home Inspection Services
Home Inspection Services in Accordance with InterNACHI Standards
Trifecta Home Inspection Services abides by the Standards of Practice as set by InterNACHI. During the home inspection, we complete a visual assessment of the home’s current condition and repair needs. The following areas, as long as they are visible and safely accessible, will be included in the inspection:
- Exterior systems
- Foundation, crawlspace, and basement
- Roofing, flashing, and penetrations
- Site grading and drainage
- Structural components
- Attic, ventilation, and insulation
- Driveways, walkways, porches, and patios
- Electrical systems
- Plumbing systems
- Fireplace and chimney
- Doors and windows
- Water heater
- Heating systems
- Cooling systems
- Ceilings, floors, and walls
- Built-in appliances
New Construction Inspection
New Construction Phase Inspections
11th Month Warranty Inspection
4 Point Inspection
Swimming Pool / Hot Tub Inspection
Sprinkler System Inspection
Thermal Imaging CameraWe use a Thermal Imaging Camera as needed during our inspection services at no additional cost. The camera picks up on infrared energy, showing us cool and hot spots not visible to the naked eye. With this information, we can find hidden moisture intrusion or improper insulation that would otherwise go unnoticed.
Aerial DroneWe use an Aerial Drone in situations where a roof is unsafe to walk on foot or when it is beneficial to see the roof from a different angle. The drone collects high-quality images from above the property for closer examination.
Moisture MeterA Moisture Meter measures the amount of moisture in the air, helping us understand where to look for leaks, moisture intrusion, and possible mold growth.
Carbon Monoxide DetectorCarbon Monoxide exposure can be fatal, but the gas can easily go unnoticed as it has no color or odor. We use a Carbon Monoxide Detector during our inspection services to ensure the home is safe from the toxic gas.
Gas Leak DetectorGas in the home is a fire hazard and a health risk. We use a Gas Leak Detector during our inspections to find if a leak is present and determine its location so the issue can be resolved.
We use an infrared thermometer to infer temperature readings from numerous components within your home using thermal radiation and laser technology.
Contact Trifecta Home Inspection Services today to schedule a home inspection in Tulsa or the Oklahoma City Metro area.
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