GRM Inspection Services

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GRM Infrared Technology

Infrared cameras capture temperature readings that our highly trained inspectors interpret through qualitative analysis to determine if a home or building has concerns that should be further evaluated by a specialist.  If a concern does exist, this advanced technology can also help pinpoint the source location so repairs can be made accurately and swiftly. When used during a home inspection, infrared technology can provide additional information about:


  • Heating and air conditioning systems
  • Pool heating and plumbing leaks
  • Plumbing systems
  • Roof and building envelope integrity
  • Air distribution performance

While infrared is certainly a highly advanced diagnostic tool, it is not “X-ray vision” as some might think.  A home inspector still cannot ‘see through walls’ or predict future conditions. And, an infrared camera is not a ‘point and shoot’ piece of equipment.  It takes a highly skilled home inspector also trained in infrared science to accurately interpret the infrared imagery. 

GRM Radon Testing

Radon is a cancer-causing, radioactive gas. Radon comes from the natural (radioactive) breakdown of uranium in soil, rock, and water, and gets into the air you breathe. Radon is estimated to cause many thousands of deaths each year. You can't see, smell, or taste radon, but it may be a problem in your home. When you breathe air containing radon, you can get lung cancer. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States today. Only smoking causes more lung cancer deaths. If you smoke and your home has high radon levels, your risk of lung cancer is especially high. 

GRM Mold & Moisture Inspection

Is the air in your home making you sick?


  • Questions to ask that might indicate you have mold. How's your family's health?
    Does anyone have allergies or asthma?
  • Does anyone in your home always seem to have a cold - a runny nose, wheezing, coughing or headaches?
  • Do these problems go away when they leave the home for a while?
  • How can you tell if mold is growing in your home?
  • Can you see mold growing?Does any part of your home or apartment smell musty or moldy? 
  • Do you see color changes on the walls or carpet that you can't wipe off?
  • Is there moisture in your home that could be causing mold?Do you have a water leak?

GRM inspects for moisture from top to bottom! We look for moisture from leaky roofs, throughout the walls, failed plumbing, sump-pumps, foundations and much more! We have state of the art moisture meters to get the job done! 

GRM Drone Inspections

 Drones are an increasingly popular tool used by home inspectors. Its applications are numerous: to inspect a roof, rather than climbing a ladder and walking it; to get a better closeup view of the upper exterior, when placing and climbing a ladder to do so may be difficult; and to get an aerial view of the entire property, including foliage, drainage, and fencing and more. (interNACHI) 

GRM Exterior Inspection

Roofs, Chimney, Gutters, Downspouts
Walls, Porches, Doors, Steps, Foundations, Paint Condition, Siding Condition, Garage, Driveways, Aprons, Sidewalks, Fences, Yard Area and much more! 

GRM Interior Inspection

A typical interior home inspection should target such components as the walls, ceilings, floors, steps and stairways. It should also touch on the railings, doors and windows, counter tops, cabinets, kitchen appliances, windows, and much more!  

GRM New Construction Phase Inspection

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New construction phase inspections are performed during various phases of your home’s building process to verify the integrity of workmanship and to address defects to be corrected before becoming inaccessible after construction. GRM Home Inspections Services provides inspections after each of three new construction phases of the build: after the foundation or slab is poured, pre-drywall or after framing is complete and before the home’s final walk-through to ensure all systems are working properly before closing. 

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