Posted on March 28th, 2017 in Home Inspection, Media, New Construction, Social Media

 Do you want to increase sales and outshine the competition when marketing your listings?  You may want to consider using top quality aerial photography and video for your business. Drone photography is growing in popularity, giving businesses an innovative, dynamic pizzazz that attracts and maintains clientele. Aerial Photography increases sales and advances your business by…Providing the potential buyer with an […]

Posted on August 10th, 2016 in Home Inspection, New Construction

About to start building your dream home? We’ll be sure to be there every step of the way to make sure it’s done right!    When scheduling a new construction inspection, it is important to get tentative dates from the builder as to when they anticipate the property will be ready for each inspection. A new construction […]

Posted on August 5th, 2016 in Home Inspection, Mold

   Due to the hidden nature of mold, the visible mold you may find in you home is only just the tip of the iceberg. Mold prefers to grow in places that aren’t always visible like behind walls, or under flooring and carpeting. That’s why along with a visual mold inspection, Cornerstone also does an air […]

Posted on July 29th, 2016 in Home Inspection

During your home inspection you’ll have an experienced professional showing you potential problems you may not have noticed on your own. There is more to expect than just that though. Here is a summary of what to expect during your home inspection…    What A Home Inspector Does  A home inspection is a top-to-bottom review of the structure […]

Posted on July 22nd, 2016 in Home Inspection

 So you’ve scheduled a home inspection… Maybe you’ve owned a few homes by now and this process isn’t anything new to you. Maybe you’re a first time homebuyer and the home buying process has begun to stress you out. Or perhaps you are a realtor attending the home inspection for the buyers. Regardless of your […]

Posted on July 12th, 2016 in Home Inspection

Slippery rooftops, rodent-infested crawlspaces, unsafe flooring, unknown toxins…the list of dangers faced daily by inspectors seems endless. Home inspectors are required to be cautious every time they perform an inspection. If they aren’t careful, especially when inspecting tricky rooftops, they could get seriously hurt. According to the World Health Organization, there are more than 164,000 emergency […]

Posted on June 28th, 2016 in Home Inspection, Sewer Camera Inspection

Maybe you’ve had your sewer pipeline inspected before, but how close of a look did they take? Most sewer line inspections only include what is visible. At Cornerstone we take sewer inspections one step further with our Sewer Camera Inspections.  The majority of sewer pipeline issues occur beneath the surface, so it only makes sense to […]

Posted on June 17th, 2016 in De-Winterization, Home Inspection

  It’s getting hot, hot, hot outside as the first day of summer quickly approaches and winter becomes our absolute last though. But these warmer temperatures mean that homes that were winterized this past year must now be de-winterized. This is especially the case if the winterized home is to be inspected, as homes must be […]

Posted on June 6th, 2016 in Home Inspection, Licensed Wood Destroying Insect Inspections

 Did you know termites cause over five billion dollars in property damage every year ( This damage isn’t just exclusive to homes constructed primarily of wood either, so don’t think you’re safe from termites just yet if your home is constructed of another material. Homes made from plaster, metal siding, and other materials, can also […]

Posted on January 19th, 2015 in Home Inspection

Welcome 2015!   With the new year comes new changes.  Cornerstone Inspection Services is now proud to announce the release of our newest service; Sewer Camera Inspections! We are very excited to roll out our new service effective immediately!  Getting a Sewer Camera Inspection through Cornerstone Inspection Services is vital in the purchase of a home.  Purchasing a […]

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