Log Home Inspection
We can come and inspect your home or your potential home for any issues, such as water leaks, air leaks, rotting logs, etc…
This does come with a fee. If you use our services we will discount this fee from any totals. At the end of this inspection we will write up a full report stating everything that we found and will provide and you with a quote. You are not required to use us with these quotes. These are NOT certified inspections.
How to Know if Your Log Home Needs an Inspection
If you’re here, chances are that you recently purchased a log home and you’re worried about its structure and maintenance. We fully understand your concern, and we’re here to help. That’s why we offer cutting-edge log home inspections.
The goal of these inspections is to give you an updated report on the safety and maintenance of your log home. Therefore, if you want to protect your investment and receive a fully comprehensive analysis on the structure of your property, continue reading to learn more about a few signs you should notice that indicate you need a log home inspection.
Check the Log Walls’ Condition
The exterior surface of your log walls should be regularly examined so you can effectively pinpoint signs of log rot and decay. There are a wide variety of signs that prove you may need an inspection. These signs include:
- The presence of mold, fungus, and mildew
- Loose or missing caulking
If you can visibly notice the presence of these conditions, then give us a call today to learn more about how you can receive a log home inspection today!
Check Your Roof
Checking your roof is extremely important on a regular basis. Evidence of roof decay include humps and valleys, loose or missing seals and caulking around the chimney and vents, and cracked or broken gutters, downspouts, and fascia.
Inadequate roof structures can cause air loss and eventual structural damage to your entire log home. Therefore, it’s important to fix the problem before you are faced with thousands of dollars in repairs.