Coman Home Inspections

Additional Inspection and Testing Services

Radon Gas Testing

Coman Home Inspections performs radon gas testing for you. The testing devices – canisters or monitor – are EPA approved for testing for the presence of Radon gases.

Well Water Quality Testing

Federal and North Carolina state governments do not test or require testing of water quality in private wells. Coman Home Inspections can perform such testing for you. We use a private water quality testing company that is certified by the State of North Carolina.

Septic Tank Inspections

Coman Home Inspections does not currently perform septic tank inspections. The State of North Carolina requires that all septic tank inspections be performed by a State certified Septic Inspector. Go to our Reference Page for more information about septic tank inspections.

Mold Testing

Coman Home Inspections does not currently perform mold inspections. Federal and North Carolina state governments do not require licensing or certification to perform mold testing. If you have concerns about mold, Coman Home Inspections recommends that you have an industrial hygienist who specializes in mold testing evaluate your concerns. Go to our Reference Page for more information about mold inspections.

Lead-based Paint Testing

Coman Home Inspections does not currently perform lead-based paint inspections. Most lead-based paint testing is destructive, which means that the layers of paint must be cut through to evaluate each layer for lead. However, some companies have an “X-ray” gun that can evaluate all layers of paint without damaging the paint. We recommend that you use a company that utilizes such equipment. Go to our Reference Page for more information about lead-based paint inspections.

Asbestos Testing

Coman Home Inspections does not currently perform asbestos inspections. Go to our Reference Page for more information about asbestos inspections.

 Swimming Pools and Hot Tubs

Coman Home Inspections does not currently perform swimming pool or hot tub inspections. Go to our Reference Page for more information about such inspections.