Radon is a serious problem for Utah homeowners. In our state, one in four homes has radon levels higher than the federal guidelines suggest. Let our certified home inspection professionals test your home for dangerous radon levels, and give you the tools you need to act if radon is in your home.
A mold problem can be a sign that your potential home has a moisture issue or had a leak in the past that was not repaired properly. Mold can expose your family to serious health hazards, so schedule mold testing with InspectUp Home Inspections to make sure your home is not at risk. We’ll take air samples from the inside and outside of your home to check for mold spores.
Curious just how healthy your home’s water is? Let our certified home inspection professionals assess your home’s water quality and provide actionable next steps should your home’s water be less than ideal.
If you’re buying a home in Utah built before 1978, don’t risk exposure to lead. Lead is a toxic metal that was commonly used in exterior and interior paint before 1978 when there was a federal ban of its use in household paint.
A sewer scope inspection helps homeowners identify and prevent problems occurring in their sewer systems. By using a special scope, home inspectors can review the interior of a sewer system’s plumbing and pipes.