Certified Home Inspections in Brookfield
Wall to Wall Home Inspections provides superior home inspection services for Brookfield and the surrounding areas. From pre-sale inspections and investment property inspections to radon testing, our team of Brookfield home inspectors provides guaranteed, comprehensive services. Some areas our inspectors will focus on include:
- Home Foundation
- Roof and Gutter Inspection
- Electrical and Plumbing Inspections
- Basement and Attic
- Siding, Windows, and Doors
- Masonry Work
- and more!
Brookfield Radon Testing
Due to the same glacial forces helping to create the Great Lakes, the soil has been scattered across Southeastern Wisconsin, stirring up a colorless, radioactive gas called Radon. Radon enters Brookfield homes in a number of ways, like through tiny cracks in walls, floors, and foundations.
Luckily, proper ventilation can remediate the issue, but first, radon testing must be done to assess the level of radon infiltration. Wall to Wall Home Inspections performs simple radon tests generating results in 48 hours. Our radon testing services are available as an add-on to our inspection services.
Guaranteed Home Inspections
Our comprehensive inspection services are geared toward customer satisfaction. This is why Wall to Wall Home Inspections eliminates surprises in the pre-home buying process and offers a money-back guarantee on our services. If you’re not happy with the quality of the home inspection service as you see it, you won’t pay for it.
Within hours of the full inspection of your home, you will receive a report using the latest software, providing you with a thorough and itemized list of our findings, with images to show you exactly what we saw.
Brookfield Building Permits
If you think you’ve found your dream home but want to make some changes, any new construction may involve permits and regulations. Checking the Brookfield Buildings and Construction Municipal Code ahead of time can save you frustration after you’ve moved in. Each city, town, and village may have its own rules for doing repairs the right way. If you’re moving to an entirely different county, we recommend reading through their policies so you’re aware of current Wisconsin building codes and regulations.