What We Do

A licensed home inspector can uncover issues that you might not have noticed or the previous owner might not have known about. You can then use your inspector’s findings to have the seller fix the items important to you or to negotiate closing costs to cover the repair expenses. Please review the following comprehensive list of services available from Warner Inspections.

Currently our inspectors provide residential service and small commercial inspections in the Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding Triangle Area. We are hoping to expand our service areas to include a larger area of eastern North Carolina in the near future.

Residential Home Inspection

A standard inspection consists of a visual inspection of the different components of a home. Rest assured that if there is a visually detectable problem with these components at the time of the inspection, our inspectors are trained to find it.

New Construction Inspection

Buying a “new build” provides a unique opportunity for either a pre-drywall inspection or phased new construction inspection that gives the purchaser insight into the build quality that cannot be determined during a normal home inspection.

Pre Drywall Inspection

“Pre-drywall” refers to a phase during the home building process just after the installation of certain elements – such as the doors, windows, foundation, flooring, wall and roof components, plumbing and electrical rough-in – and right before the drywall is hung.

Radon Testing

Finding out you have high levels of radon in your home can be scary. What’s scarier than that; is living in a home with high radon levels and not knowing it. To learn more about what levels are and the risks of living with Radon, click below.

Well & Septic Inspection

Well water testing ensures the quality meets the state and or local requirements and the safety of the home’s well water supply.Combined with Septic Inspection, we can find out of there are any concerns with regards to water quality and exterior plumbing related issues.

Pest & Termite Inspection

Wood-destroying insect inspections are sometimes commonly referred to as a “termite inspection.” The inspection includes probing and/or sounding of unobstructed and accessible areas to determine the presence or absence of visual evidence of wood-destroying insects.

Small Commercial Inspection

Buying a commercial building is a big investment. Before a purchase is made, a certified inspector can provide a building inspection and report, which provides the information needed to make an informed decision on the property. 

Drone Aerial Inspection

A drone roof inspection may be added to our comprehensive home inspections or commercial inspections. Drone technology allows us to safety and quickly inspect the areas of your roof, chimney and gutters.

Mold Inspection

A mold inspection consists of a visual inspection for mold growth, moisture mapping for hidden leaks, air sampling, surface sampling, and checking the air conditioning for mold within the home or attached areas.