When you choose Darby Home Inspections, you can be confident in knowing Darby is certified in the state of North Carolina. Certified with top Global organizations such as The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), Also, officially ranked with Inspector Nation as a “Certified Home Inspector” and “Certified IRBpro Report Specialist”, as well as officially Certified Radon Inspectors.
Darby Home Inspections prides itself on providing in-depth, accurate information. That’s why we use top of the line equipment.
Gas leaks in a home are extremely dangerous, so we use Gas Detector Meters to make sure your property’s fuel source operates safely.
For unseen threats, such as radioactive emissions, you do not want to waste any time in making sure your home is secure.
Excess moisture in the hidden areas of your home, such as under the crawlspace, can develop into nasty problems. We use state of the art humidity meters to make sure that such potential issues won’t be a problem.
Carbon Monoxide Meters
Carbon Monoxide is known to be poisonous and can seep into your home without your knowledge from furnaces or other sources. We keep a close eye on this invisible killer to keep you and your family safe with premium CO detection equipment.
We use industry certified computer software to ensure we provide thorough and accurate inspection reports.
Digital means accuracy. Our thermometers are calibrated to give us precise data for your home temperatures.
A modern home needs a good source of electricity, and good electricity requires a proper electrical system. We have the instruments to make sure your home is fully charged.
Microwave Leakage Testers
Microwaves are a wonderful addition to any modern home but are known to leak radiation when not properly maintained. We have the tools and the know-how to record any indications of this, keeping you and your family safe.
Wood Moisture Meters
Humidity and excess moisture in the house can cause mold or corrosion in certain areas. When it comes to materials like wood, this risk is heightened greatly, as they are very sensitive to their moisture content levels. Our meters are built to take accurate readings in wood.
We use high-tech voltage testers to report what electrical components are ‘hot’ and which aren’t.