MET Home Inspector     

MET Home Inspection Services offer a complete and comprehensive Home Inspection of your home. Our thorough 18-page report details every area of the home from the basement to the attic, including all HVAC and electrical! We also proudly offer additional radon and water tests!

A home inspection is an examination of the physical structure and systems of a home, from foundation to roof. A home inspector is trained to be a detective in regard to the construction and working parts of a home.

Do you want to offer a written guarantee with the sale of your home? Giving a written report on all of the conditions of your home will help boost the sale and give both parties peace of mind!

Our Home Inspection Services offer complete inspections, dedicated to the home buyer or seller. We conduct Radon/ Air Tests, Radon Water Tests, search for mold, water damage, structural integrity, electrical, heating system, A/C system and plumbing issues on residential (single or multi-family) and small commercial properties.  Additional tests can be performed on the building, if requested.

We are fully licensed and present our clients with an 18-page report, outlining issues or failures found in the home. We start from the foundation and investigate our way to the attic space, giving you peace of mind on your existing or future home.

Know what you are really about to buy or sell! If buying a home is one of the biggest investments you may ever make, wouldn't you want to make sure it's a good one?


               -Roof                                    -Garage                                          -Chimney                      
       -Basement                            -Plumbing                                      -Bathrooms
               -Electrical                             -Water Heater                               -Grounds      
               -Doors & Windows                -Combustible Air Units                  -Adequate Ventilation                            
-Drainage Systems                -Radon Air & Water Testing           -Exhaust Systems
               -Mechanical Systems            -Heating Systems                           -Floor & Wall Framing
               -Cooling Systems                  -Ventilation Systems                      -Main Elec. Service Panel
       -Structural Integrity             -Water & Insect Damage                -Septic Systems                                      -Potable Water Systems       -Mold & Mildew                              -Well Systems                                          -Sewer Piping                       -Insulation           -Siding 
               -Lead Testing             -Attic Spaces                                 -Crawl Spaces




Mold gradually destroy the things they grow on. Prevent damage to building materials and furnishings, save money, and avoid potential health risks by controlling moisture and eliminating mold growth.

Molds produce tiny spores to reproduce. Mold spores waft through the indoor and outdoor air continually. When mold spores land on a damp spot indoors, they may begin growing and digesting whatever they are growing on in order to survive. There are molds that can grow on wood, paper, carpet, and foods.  When excessive moisture or water accumulates indoors, mold growth will often occur, particularly if the moisture problem remains undiscovered or un-addressed. There is no practical way to eliminate all mold and mold spores in the indoor environment; the way to control indoor mold growth is to control moisture.



In conditions that are suitable for termites, a colony of 60,000 workers can easily consume a 1'-0" length of 2"x4" in as little as four months. More often than not, termite damage remains unseen for years by the homeowners, resulting in serious damage to the home down the road.  

Carpenter ants and swarming termites are often difficult to tell apart, however, both species can do significant damage to homes. 

Termites and carpenter ants will eat any kind of cellulose, not just wood. They may also tunnel through other materials to get to the wood behind. Obvious signs that you have an infestation are: small holes in the Sheetrock, plater or wallpaper, small piles of fecal pellets caused by drywood termites, the wood in certain areas will make a hollow sound when it is tapped and prodding may break the wood apart, exposing the damage. 


Worn, outdated or improperly installed systems is one of the most common defects found during a home inspection. Electrical issues are safety related and require immediate attention.


Improperly installed and aged surfaces occur frequently. We typically see poorly installed or missing flashing as well at transition areas. Repairs may be simple or the entire roof may need to be replaced. 

25 Greeley Street
Merrimack, NH 03054

P: 603.429.1540
P: 1.800.974.1540
F: 603.429.2226

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