Owning a home is a big responsibility. You have to make your monthly payments and maintain home insurance. You also have to make repairs when necessary. But all of these responsibilities help protect both your wallet and your family’s well-being.
Make sure you are keeping your family safe in addition to providing them with a lovely home. Schedule one of the following inspection tests to make sure your home is safe for your family.
Mold testing ensures your home doesn’t have mold growth. In some situations, homeowners may have mold that they cannot see. This can sometimes happen in unattended corners in their attic or dark closets, where mold growth is particularly difficult to spot.
You don’t have to look for mold if you get a mold test. This test can help you determine if there is an abnormal level of mold in your home. Make sure the professional you hire to perform the test can also help you get rid of any mold they might in your home.
Radon is a radioactive gas that could be detrimental to your health. It is also odorless, tasteless and colorless. Radon can cause both nonsmokers and smokers to develop lung cancer. If you haven’t had your home tested for radon, you could be exposing your family to serious health risks.
Termites and Insects Testing
No one wants to live with termites or other insects. Insects can damage your home and carry dangerous diseases. In some instances, mortgage companies require homeowners to get annual insect inspections. However, it’s in your best interest to get your home tested regardless.
Energy audits don’t necessarily add to your home's safety. Nonetheless, it’s important to have one conducted periodically.
An energy audit will highlight aspects of your home that aren’t energy efficient. For instance, an audit can help determine how much energy you lose if your windows aren't sealed.
Your home is your largest investment. As such, it’s imperative that you take care of it on a daily basis. Beyond fixing repairs, you should also have tests performed to ensure your home is in good shape.
Make sure your insurance coverage passes the test as well. Contact Matt Roenker Insurance Agency for a free home insurance quote.