Gain Peace of Mind.
Buying and selling a home is exciting, but can be a stressful time. In reality nearly all homes have issues, but most can be repaired without much trouble. Having your new home inspected by Working Dog Home Inspection can uncover potential issues through our thorough, comprehensive, unbiased inspection process. All of our findings will be included on an objective, electronic report pointing out areas in need of improvement in a clear, professional manner.
Working Dog Home Inspection, LLC is fully licensed and covered by General and Professional Liability Insurance. Our team is highly trained and will work with you to meet all your Home Inspection needs at a time that works for you.
Our unbiased inspection and electronic reports are done following the NH and ASHI Standards of Practice.
Schedule your next inspection with confidence easily online, by phone, or with a fingertip in our Real Estate Professional Dashboard directly on your device!
Simple Online Scheduling
Streamline the home buying process with our integrated online scheduler. With the touch of a button all of your inspection and testing needs can easily be taken care of at a time and date convenient to you.
For our Real Estate Professionals we offer our Real Estate Dashboard catered directly to you. It will allow you to schedule inspections, get in touch, and even view inspections current and past with ease at the push of a button right on your hand held device!
Working Dog Home Inspection is committed to providing our clients with the tools necessary to make an informed decision.
Comprehensive Home Inspection
Make an informed decision
A home inspection is an objective, visual inspection of all components of the home. During the selling and buying experience there can be a lot on your mind. Hiring a professional inspector can help provide you with a clear view of the property.
Working Dog Home Inspection will point out any issues found in the many systems of the home. We'll provide a thorough inspection report within 24 hours containing unbiased, detailed information about the property in a non-alarmist manner.
There can be several issues found in a home potentially costing alot of money both right away and in the future. Working Dog will uncover safety hazards, building defects, preventative maintenance issues, and point out potential necessary repairs. Our inspection report will point out any issues that are major, a safety hazard, and also things that don't need immediate attention.
Systems included in a standard Home inspection:
InterNACHI Certified Deck Inspection
Streamline the selling process
By having a home inspection before hitting the market, you’ll find out the exact condition of your home. Not knowing if there is something wrong with your home can add a lot of stress to the sales process.
Selling your home is never easy to begin with. But with a pre-listing inspection from Working Dog Home Inspection we'll point out any problems and potential safety hazards the property may have before any buyer's inspection can.
Armed with our thorough and comprehensive inspection report you can address any problems before negotiations potentially saving you time, money, and hassle!
Water Quality Testing
Should I Have My Water Tested?
The answer to this question depends on several factors. It concerns your health and the health of your family, so you need to know some basic facts. In addition to illness, a variety of less serious problems such as taste, color, odor and staining of clothes or fixtures are signs of possible water quality problems. Other things to think about include the nearness of your water well to septic systems and the composition of your home’s plumbing materials.
Having your water tested is a great way to help assure your family's safety and well being and get started on the right foot in your new home!
Radon is a naturally-occurring radioactive gas that is commonly found in bedrock and in water from bedrock (drilled) wells in New Hampshire. Radon gas is colorless, odorless and tasteless. Radon gas finds its way into indoor air mainly by migrating from bedrock, through the soil and into the home via cracks or other openings in the foundation.
Testing takes a minimum of 48 hours, with a maximum of 96 hours. The test can be started 2 to 4 days prior to the inspection with collection during the inspection, or at the end of the inspection and retrieved 2 to 4 days later. We will contact your realtor to coordinate access to place or retrieve the test. Windows must be closed 12 hours before the test begins and throughout the duration of the test.
Septic System Inspection
Your septic tank needs to be pumped out and inspected on a regular basis.
Working Dog Home Inspection, LLC can collaborate with a trusted septic inspector to have the system inspected during your home inspection. This is a separate transaction in addition to the home inspection.
MEET THE INSPECTOR
Dustin Dodge, NH License #555
Dustin Dodge is the owner of Working Dog Home Inspection, has 15+ years of experience in home maintenance and repair, heavy construction, and is not only licensed by the state of New Hampshire but also AHIT Certified.
Dustin's experience ranges from years of residential maintenance, repair, and roofing to the construction of some of the tallest skyscrapers and deepest tunnels and subway stations in Boston Massachusetts.
REQUEST YOUR INSPECTION TODAY!
Contact us below to request your inspection and water quality testing. Please include the address of property to be inspected, finished square footage, and year of construction.
Let us know the date you would like your inspection to take place. We'll be in touch as soon as possible for scheduling. If the chosen date is unattainable we'll work to schedule at your earliest convenience.