Home Inspection, Termite Inspection, Mold and Radon Testing, Sewer Scope

Home Inspection


What will be inspected during your home inspection.

  • Structural System
  • Exterior
  • Roof System
  • Plumbing System
  • Electrical System
  • Heating System
  • Air Conditioning Systems
  • Interior
  • Insulation and Ventilation
  • Fireplaces and Solid Fuel Burning Appliances

Termite Inspecton


What will be inspected during your termite inspection.

  • Wood destroying insects such as carpenter ants and termites can do excessive damage to a home. The damage from wood destroying insects will compromise the structure of a home and decrease its value. Protect your most valuable asset from wood destroying insects, call us today for an inspection.

Mold Testing


What you should know about mold.

  • Mold Is Mold: While some strains of mold are more toxic than others, none are healthy, and all mold is remediated the same way.
  • Moisture Is the Problem: If your house is moldy, the real problem is water infiltration and/or prolonged humidity levels over 60%. Unless you correct the water and humidity problems, you’re never going to get rid of the mold.
  • Do More Than Kill Mold: Mold should be removed by scrubbing away the mold growth, replacing wet materials, and fixing moisture problems.
  • Repairs Can Be Expensive: Mold growth can point to larger problems such as leaks, poor drainage, or foundation problems. Have Home Defense conduct a mold test and analyze air samples in your home today.

Radon Testing


What is Radon and why test for Radon?  

  • Radon is a colorless, odorless, tasteless and chemically inert radioactive gas. It is formed by the natural radioactive decay of uranium in rock, soil and water. It can be found in all 50 states.
  • Radon is the number one leading cause of lung cancer in the United States for non-smokers. Exposure to high levels of Radon increase the chances of contracting lung cancer. Make the right decision for protecting you and your family, call us today for a Radon Test. Testing for Radon is the only way of knowing how much Radon is present in you home.

Sewer/Septic Inspection



  • Tree roots growing into sewer lines is a common problem in the Belleville Area.
  • A sagging sewer line. Sagging sewer lines happen over time—especially if your home and pipes are old.  When a sewer line begins to sag, waste cannot easily exit the home and clogs can occur.
  • Debris.  Mud, clay, grass, and leaves can get into your sewer line and cause a stoppage or even a break.

Aerial Photography


What's that buzzing above the neighbor's house?

  • According to MLS statistics, homes with aerial images sold 68 percent faster than homes with standard images. 
  • If you have a real estate project in mind, we have an aerial photography solution to fit your budget and your specifications.