At A To Z Inspections, Matthew believes in creating value for his clients.
- Commercial Property Inspections
- Residential Inspection
- Well and Septic Evaluation
- Radon Testing
- Air Quality Testing
- Water Testing (VA/FHA)
- Lead Based Paint Testing
- Thermal Imaging
Commercial Property Inspection
At A to Z Inspections LLC, we hold certifications from two esteemed organizations, InterNACHI® (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors) and CCPIA® (Certified Commercial Property Inspectors Association). As members of CCPIA®, they have completed essential hands-on training, including Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice courses. With these qualifications, we are well-equipped to provide the best and most comprehensive commercial building for our valued clients.
We use an intuitive report writing software called Spectora. This software allows for a client to view a report in multiple formats as well as easily share the report with contacts. Our reports include written detailed findings and explanations as well as professional image and video content.
The report delivery varies from project to project.
Residential Home Inspection
A residential home inspection will help protect you from costly repairs and hidden safety hazards. At A To Z Inspections, we always conduct a thorough inspection and provide a non biased report on the condition of the home. After the inspection we are always available to answer questions.
We will thoroughly evaluate your POWTS system using the WOWRA standards. We evaluate the inside of the tank looking for cracks in the tank walls, root intrusion, cracked baffles. We look at the drain field and look for indications of failure. We include multiple resources including the original sanitary permit if available at the county courthouse. We will show you how the private onsite wastewater system is operating and what to look out for.
The licensed well professional will conduct a visual inspection of the well and pressure system, and look for specific features that do not comply with the state’s well regulations in NR 812, Wisconsin Administrative Code.
The inspector will record their observations on a required inspection form (DNR Form #3300-221). Wells are generally required to meet the regulations in effect at the time the well was constructed or installed, but there are some exceptions, so not all wells are “grandfathered”.
The inspector will evaluate a well for compliance with separation distances from potential sources of contamination or flooding. NR 812 does not require any separation distance from a well to a lot line.
The inspector will identify any visible and known non complying features of the well and pressure system. Some features – such as well casing depth – and some possible contaminant sources are buried and cannot be seen without opening the well, excavating, or conducting a records search. The inspector will note whether additional investigation is recommended to assess features that cannot be seen.
The inspection does not include the plumbing distribution system or electrical code requirements.
The inspector will search for any other wells that may be on the property, even if they are unused. The inspector is required to inspect and complete a separate report form for each well on the property.
According to the U.S. Surgeon General:
“Indoor radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States and breathing it over prolonged periods can present a significant health risk to families all over the country. It’s important to know that this threat is completely preventable. Radon can be detected with a simple test and fixed through well-established venting techniques.”
A To Z Inspections LLC is fully certified to test for radon in your home.
Air Quality Testing
Matthew will come to your home and test the air within the home for mold spores. Mold spores can create issues to your respiratory system over time. Have your home checked now!
Matthew will check the readily accessible parts of the house and check for active moisture intrusion and cold or warm spots that the human eye can not see. This valuable service uncovers hidden issues within the home.