Sussex Home Inspector
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Successful Home Inspection Services for the Sussex Community
Wall to Wall is Fully Licensed to Inspect Your Home
Ask anyone who has tried to buy or sell a home in Sussex or the Milwaukee metropolitan area about home inspections, and they’ll tell you how important a quality inspector is. As a leader in home inspection in Wisconsin, our state and nationally certified specialists aim to give you honest and fair-priced inspections to both buyers and sellers of Sussex homes.
Sussex finds itself in the surrounding Milwaukee metropolitan area while still maintaining a small town feel. Farmers markets, a Classic Car Cruise Night and community activities bring this village together on warm summer nights and cool fall days. A family friendly environment with easy access to city entertainment and recreation, the village provides a safe and quiet place to live and work. Wall to Wall Home Inspections LLC provides assurances of safe places to live in Sussex with thorough home inspections.
Wall to Wall Inspects Every Inch of Your Sussex Home or RV
Our home inspection specialists perform a full pre-sale inspection with industry-leading technology that covers:
- Siding, Trimwork and Chimney(s)
- Roof and Drainage
- Electric and Plumbing
- Stairs, Attic/Crawlspaces
- Kitchen and Bathroom Components
- Basement Structure and Electrical System
- Water Heater and Heating System
- And more
- We also are certified to perform RV Inspections!
The complete list of services on the home inspection report is immediately uploaded and provided during each inspection to ensure you know everything about your home.
Sussex Radon Testing Services
Radon gas is a commonly found radioactive byproduct of decaying material which can lead to problems if not tested for in your home. Although it is the leading cause of lung cancer in Wisconsin, Wall to Wall can help by testing for radon in your Sussex home. It can be solved by increasing ventilation.
Permit and Licensing Information in Sussex
With years of experience in the home inspection industry, we find a variety of debatable repairs made by previous owners. To avoid unwanted hassle in the long term, check the Sussex Buildings and Construction Municipal Code to see if permits were granted by the community for work or if it was done by the previous homeowner. It is always a good idea to check before tackling any type of renovations – old repairs may still be under warranty.