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Home Inspections in Watertown, WI
Trusted since 2000, the licensed home inspectors of Wall to Wall guarantee complete satisfaction on inspection services in cities like Watertown, WI. Our goal is to find every potential danger in your home and leave you with an easy-to-read home inspection report. Homeowners in Watertown (and Emmet) trust Wall to Wall Home Inspections, LLC to scrutinize every detail of a property from the top of the chimney to the basement plumbing.
Watertown is home to the country’s first kindergarten was once connected to Milwaukee by the famous plank road. Watertown poses a number of unique challenges for home owners and inspectors. The Rock River is prone to flooding, and the city spans both Jefferson and Dodge County which leads to a plethora of confusing zoning regulations. Having a certified home inspector who understands the intricacies of an area is crucial to making an informed purchase.
Certified Home Inspectors serving Jefferson and Dodge County
Wall to Wall is proud to hold a number of important certifications which allow our inspectors to give qualified advice to Watertown’s homeowners. Wall to Wall home inspectors hold the following certifications:
- Nationally Certified Home Inspector
- Wisconsin State Certified Inspector, Cert#1037
- Licensed Real Estate Broker, Lic#40981
- Wisconsin State Certified Rental Weatherization Inspector, Cert#890095
- NACHI (National Association of Certified Home Inspectors), #NACHI08021908
- WAHI (Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors)
Radon Testing in Watertown, WI
Radon is a clear, odorless gas which naturally occurs in soil. This gas can leak into your home and slowly make your family sick. Lung cancer resulting from radon exposure causes thousands of deaths each year, making it the leading cause of lung cancer to non-smokers. Wall to Wall specialists perform affordable radon testing in Watertown and most tests yield results in as little as 48 hours.
Watertown, WI Permit & Licensing Information
The previous homeowner could have made any number of dubious “improvements” to your property. The quality of these “improvements” is often readily apparent, but their legality is not. Finding additions or repairs which are not up to code is not uncommon, especially in cities like Watertown which span two counties. Wall to Wall home inspectors encourage you to discover the permitting history of your potential home by consulting the Watertown Building Safety & Zoning website to ensure you make the right purchase.