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Greenfield Home Inspector
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Greenfield Home Inspections by Experienced Professionals
The team of nationally certified home inspectors at Wall to Wall Home Inspections have years of experience, and use cutting-edge technology to provide the most accurate, thorough inspections in Milwaukee County. We expose any problems which will need repairs, testing every outlet and window we encounter, getting down into crawl spaces and up on the roof – going above and beyond to ensure you get a fair price for the home.
Our inspectors will also educate you on various aspects of your new home, such as where the gas and water shut off valves are located. Our friendly inspectors guarantee you’ll be 100% satisfied with your inspection.
Greenfield is conveniently located just minutes south of downtown Milwaukee and nearby Mitchell International Airport. Many business professionals and jet-setters are choosing to buy homes in this exciting area, and Wall to Wall Home Inspection is happy to help them get the most from their home buying experience.
"Did a complete job. Very clear and descriptive on concerns w/in the house." - Troy Y., Greenfield
Greenfield Radon Testing
Southeastern Wisconsin is known to have elevated levels of radon in its soil. Wall to Wall provides reliable radon testing as either a standalone service or an add on to our certified home inspections. If we find elevated levels of radon gas in your Greenfield home, we can recommend techniques to mitigate its effects on you and your family.
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Home Renovation Code and Permit Information
In our many years of experience inspecting homes throughout Wisconsin, we’ve come across some interesting repairs which were not up to code. In the state of Wisconsin, most plumbing, electrical and renovation work requires a permit from the local government. The Greenfield Department of Inspections has helpful resources for identifying if previous work done in a home was approved and provides additional information about permitting information. If we encounter any unusual repairs or if something looks questionable, we will point it out and recommend the proper departments to contact, ensuring your new house is safe and up to code.