Whole House Approach
When we inspect, we use the “Whole House As A System” approach Home, Septic, Energy Loss, and more.
When experience matters the most: Celebrating 31 years of building/construction experience and 24 years of home inspections throughout New Hampshire!
Because Experience Matters – Over 31 years of building/construction experience and 24 years of performing home inspections has led me to create a unique approach to a home inspection that you will find no where else. I call this, “The Whole House As A System Approach”
This home inspection process treats your home as a system of integrated systems. In fact: these systems must all work together properly and at peak efficiency to realize the true value and benefits of your home.
A sub-par or failing system will likely have adverse affects elsewhere that may be overlooked or go undetected when these system are inspected individually and at different times. A septic system, for instance, may not appear to be in failure until the entire plumbing system is examined as well as the septic system.
My approach includes a septic evaluation and well testing. Optionally, additional services that I offer- all performed during one, comprehensive onsite appointment.
There is no need to find, schedule, and juggle your schedule around multiple service providers since I am certified, skilled and knowledgeable in multiple areas and can offer you complete and thorough testing and evaluation of all your home’s systems with all results provided in a single document for your convenience. How much is your time worth.
Does my system really save time, money and aggravation? I’ll be happy to show you how it can.
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Your house works as an integrated system, so why should a home inspector inspect your house as separate systems? Having a qualified inspector, such as myself, examine the well, septic, and the home systems as a whole reduces the chances of interconnected problems being overlooked by other inspectors.
Your septic system is an integral part of your home and how it operates. I am a certified septic inspector and I provide you with the best information posible and detailing every part of the system possible.
Energy loss is bad for the environment – and for your wallet. I am a level 1 thermographer and I can help pinpoint areas of heat loss in your home. My thermal camera also helps me identify leaks and other issues that may have been otherwise not visible.
ussell Inspection Services LLC - For more than two decades I have provided honest, objective, and thorough inspections in New Hampshire and Southern Maine. From the first contact with me through the inspection delivery and explanation of your report, you will experience the ultimate in professionalism. I have completed many different types of inspections. Every inch of the property is inspected including all structural, electrical, air conditioning/ heating system and plumbing. We will notify the client of any item that is noted. We provide quality color photos with every inspection report. You will understand every item by the time we are finished.
Home inspections in these areas of New Hampshire and more: Alton, Wolfeboro, Gilford, Laconia, Meredith, Center Harbor, Moultonborough, Tuftonboro, Wakefield, Sanbornville, Ossipee, Gilmanton, Barnstead, Plymouth, Bristol, New Hampton, Ashland, Sandwich, Center Sandwich, Campton, Thornton, Rumney, Farmington, Rochester, Strafford, Concord, Tamworth, North Conway, and all surrounding areas of NH