Proudly Serving Las Vegas!
A huge CONGRATULATIONS on your home purchase! MASTER PLAN HOME INSPECTIONS - "The Blueprint of Today's Standards." We are here to check one item off of your list and busy schedule. While you are busy coordinating the moving company, connecting water, electric and cable, rest assured that you will have one of the most highly trained and qualified home inspectors in all of Nevada doing a complete home inspection from foundation to rooftop.
I'm Lance Gann, CEO and a nationally Licensed and Certified Professional Home Inspector. I am also an affiliate member of the Greater Las Vegas Association of Realtors (GLVAR). Homebuyers, I value the highest level of customer service and quality. My personal commitment and ultimate goals are to provide you with the most professional and most current and technologically advanced complete home inspection. Another very important goal is to provide you with the confidence of knowing you're making a sound buying decision.
We proudly inspect condos, high rise luxury condos, multiplexes, manufactured homes to luxury homes and rest assured, we will inspect your entire home lot and always keeping in mind your personal safety. We are nationally licensed and certified professional home inspectors. We use state-of-the-art inspection equipment, including a Thermal Imaging Camera, Moisture Detection Meter, 4K Camera & Video Drone and a Low E Coating (window) Detector to name a few.
In addition to the many free home inspection services, you will get "The Most Homebuyer Friendly Inspection Report" Please ask us about this! Also, below are some of the most technologically advanced inspection services you will get for no additional cost! Also, click on the "Services" page for other services that are provided for FREE.
A state-of-the-art FLIR Thermal Imaging Camera allows us to look for any moisture and water leaks. We look over your kitchen, bathrooms, sinks, showers, toilets and all interior walls and ceilings.
We use state-of-the-art Low E Coating equipment to look at your windows specifically to see if they have a Low E (energy efficient) type coating and to verify that the Low E coating is correctly oriented for maximum energy efficiency.