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Insurance Inspections
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NOBODY WINS WHEN your carefully heated air or Cooling air escapes your home and drifts away into the great outdoors. The environment doesn't need any help heating up or cooling down, and it's costly on your wallet.


And how they could save you money.

Following the natural disasters of 2005 and failure of many insurance companies, the insurance industry has demanded some of these types of inspections to minimize their risk.


Why a home inspection is a wise investment.

A home is one of the largest purchases people make in their lifetime. Make sure you and your family will be moving into a dependable home before moving in.

Real Estate Inspections
Real Estate Inspections

Secure your peace of mind.

For home sellers and home buyers, a real estate inspection can save time and money.

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JLN Real Estate
Inspections Who we are, and what we do.

Buying a home is an important investment!

Not all homes are created equal, so don’t be caught off guard by not fully knowing the condition of the property. Whether it is your home, condo, residential, commercial or investment property, be sure to have it inspected!

Conducted by a specially trained and completely objective inspector, JLN Inspection Home Real Estate Inspections provides a full analysis of the property’s condition such as identifying non-functioning systems, damaged building components, safety issues and the quality of many installations. These inspections are not appraisals or municipal inspections, which verify code compliance, but they are descriptions of the property’s current condition and indication of what may need repair or replacement.

For a complete list of our services, please see our Services page. And our Inspectors page for details and credentials for our individual, certified inspectors.

What is Radon?

Radon is a radioactive gas that emanates from rocks and soils and tends to concentrate in enclosed spaces like crawlspaces and basements of homes. Soil gas infiltration is recognized as the most important source of residential radon. Radon is a major contributor to the ionizing radiation dose received by the general population.

Radon is the second cause of lung cancer in the general population, after smoking. Epidemiological studies have provided convincing evidence of an association between indoor radon exposure and lung cancer, even at the relatively low radon levels commonly found in residential buildings. However, efforts to act on this information and to reduce the number of lung cancers related to radon exposures have so far only been successful in very few countries.

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radon testing 

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