In addition to our comprehensive home inspection services, Nest Egg Home Inspections offers a range of additional inspections to help home buyers and sellers get specific or more detailed information about their homes. With specialized qualifications and tools, we are equipped to provide a range of services that identify potential safety hazards, water quality issues, or other problems that may not be immediately visible. Our licensed inspectors use the latest inspection technology, including infrared cameras, electrical meters, and drones to provide the most accurate and detailed information possible. With our experienced additional inspections, our clients can have peace of mind knowing that their home is thoroughly assessed and any potential issues are identified.


A radon inspection is a vital part of a home inspection as radon is a colorless, odorless, and tasteless radioactive gas that can be harmful to human health if it is present at elevated levels. Our certified radon testing professionals use advanced technology to measure the levels of radon in a home, providing accurate and reliable results. By identifying and addressing potential radon hazards, our clients can have peace of mind knowing that their home is safe for their family.


Indoor air quality is a crucial component of a healthy living environment, and our team at Nest Egg Home utilizes state-of-the-art air quality testing equipment to evaluate indoor air quality, testing for a range of contaminants, including mold, allergens, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and other harmful substances. By identifying any potential concerns we help to create a safer and healthier living environment for our clients and their families.


Septic inspections are an essential part of a comprehensive home inspection, particularly for properties that rely on a septic system for waste management. Our licensed inspectors assess the septic system’s overall condition, size, location, and functionality, identifying any potential issues that may require repair or maintenance. By identifying any potential issues or areas of concern, our clients avoid costly repairs and ensuring the septic system operates correctly.


Pest inspections are an essential step in ensuring the safety and integrity of a property, as they help identify any potential issues with pests such as termites, carpenter ants, or carpenter bees that could cause extensive damage and compromise the structural integrity of the building. We make use of qualified local specialists that are trained and equipped to conduct comprehensive pest inspections using advanced tools to detect any signs of infestation or damage. By identifying any potential concerns, our clients avoid costly damage and ensure the safety of the property. 


Well inspecting and water testing is a crucial component of a home inspection, particularly for homeowners who rely on private wells for their water supply. Our licensed inspectors utilize the latest technology and advanced testing methods to evaluate a home’s water quality and the safety of the well system. By identifying any potential concerns, our clients ensure their water supply is safe for their family.


With our mold sampling services, homeowners can take an important step towards ensuring the safety and health of their families. Mold can grow in moist environments, such as bathrooms or basements, and can cause a range of health issues, including respiratory problems, allergic reactions, and skin irritation. We carefully collect appropriate samples and send them to a verified laboratory for a complete assessment. By identifying any potential mold issues early on, our clients can take steps to address the problem and ensure the safety and health of their families.


We use drones to conduct roof inspections, allowing our licensed inspectors to assess a roof’s condition from a safe distance. Our FAA-certified drone pilots use state-of-the-art equipment to capture high-resolution images and videos of a roof’s surface, providing a detailed view of any potential issues such as damage, deterioration, or missing shingles. By using drones, our inspectors can identify potential problems without the need for ladders or scaffolding, which can be dangerous and time-consuming.

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Our licensed inspectors not only have the necessary certifications from InterNACHI and the American Home Inspectors Training (AHIT), but they also hold specialized qualifications in areas such as drone piloting, infrared technology, and radon testing. Our drone pilots are certified by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and are able to conduct roof inspections from a safe distance. Our infrared professionals use state-of-the-art equipment to identify areas of energy loss, moisture intrusion, and electrical hotspots. Our radon testing professionals are certified by the National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP) and use advanced technology to measure the levels of radon in a home.


Get answers to the questions you might be asking about our additional services.

    How do you know if radon mitigation is needed for my home?

    The soil conditions and topography are the best indicators of a radon problem. If your neighbors have a radon mitigation system, you probably need one as well. The best way to know for sure is to conduct a radon test, which is recommended for any home prior to occupancy. A testing device is placed in the home for 48 hours before it is sent to a lab for analysis. Our inspectors at Nest Egg Home Services are InterNACHI and NRPP Certified Radon Testers and can not only conduct the testing but can help you assess if mitigation is required or how well your existing system is performing.

    How do Drones help in your inspections?

    We did a lot of research to find drones that are both safe and provide the information needed to assess the condition of your roof, gutters, and chimney systems. Our drones use high-quality cameras to document trouble spots, such as missing flashing, damaged roofing tiles, deteriorating gutters, and more. We are fully insured and licensed by the Federal Aviation Administration as sUAS (Small Unmanned Aircraft System) pilots.

    How do you know if mold is present in a home?

    If you have a family member who is sensitive to mold, or if someone in your home is experiencing allergy symptoms or breathing issues, we recommend getting an air sample. Additionally, if you own or are purchasing a home with a history of water leaks or flooding, your home inspector can take a sample and send it to the lab for testing. Our home inspector can take a spot sample of visible mold to determine the type of mold, or we can take a sample of the air to determine airborne mold spore concentrations. We offer a discounted price if you choose to purchase both sampling services.

    How can you tell if there is lead or asbestos in my home?

    The first indicator of whether or not lead or asbestos is present is the age of the home. Industry experts recommend lead testing on homes built before 1978 if renovations are planned or materials that may contain lead are exposed. Likewise with asbestos, testing is recommended for homes built prior to the 1980s. With the permission of the homeowner, a small sample of the paint or suspected asbestos materials is taken and sent to the lab to determine if lead is present.