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I have been certified and trained by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. I will carefully inspect your property using state-of-the-art equipment and proven techniques to make sure it’s structurally sound. If I find any potential problem areas, I will recommend a solution to address the problem. You’ll receive a detailed report on the state of the home and feel confident knowing it has been checked by a knowledgeable professional.
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Home Inspection and Testing Services of Vermont provides quality inspection services at affordable prices. If visible and accessible, I will assess the state of your home’s
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For homes served by a private well, spring or cistern, it is important to ensure your water is safe to drink. Home Inspection and Testing Services of Vermont, LLC can test your water for harmful contaminants and bacteria.
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Extended radon exposure can cause: