Testing is the only way to find out about your home’s radon level. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Surgeon General and The Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services recommend testing of all homes. If you find that the home has high radon levels, there are simple methods to mitigate the problem. Even very high levels can be reduced to acceptable levels.



This pre-purchase inspection in Bellavista, rogers and bentonville is based on the ASHI® standard of practice and covers the home’s site drainage, flat work, exterior (siding, trim, windows, doors & penetrations), roof, gutters, chimneys, attic & insulation, structure, foundation, electrical, plumbing, heating/air conditioning/ventilation, flooring, stairs, railings,  bathrooms, kitchens and laundry.


The best way to prepare and position your Northwest Arkansas home for a successful sale is to have an objective home inspection as if it were for the buyer.  Armed with our thorough pre-sale inspection you are prepared to address or disclose the home’s condition instead of waiting to discover what a buyer may come back with seeking to renegotiate the sale terms.  Most of our pre-sale inspections, when shared with a buyer, are accepted by the buyer without going through a buyer’s inspection.


Every new home in Northwest Arkansas has a one-year warranty by the builder covering defects in workmanship or materials. Builders also frequently purchase additional warranties to cover their liability and to use as marketing tools.  These home warranties are very specific about what they cover.

You should make every effort to understand your warranty and protect your investment.




Even the best quality control manufacturing process can have a defect come off the finish line.  Likewise, the best builders and contractors with the best intent can still have construction defects/oversights.  A new construction inspection in Northwest Arkansas can help you and your builder ensure the chances of your new home being defect/oversight free.