New Age Inspection LLC of Eau Claire

A home inspection company that puts you first

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Your interests are my interests before, during, and after the inspection

InterNACHI Certified Inspector Eau Claire, WI

Servicing  Eau Claire/Chippewa Falls and surrounding areas

WI License #3006-106


  • When the inspection is complete you will have your full report with pictures e-mailed to you in PDF format that same day
  • On site payment with a mobile "Pay On Site" device, pay with your card by swiping or dipping/chip reader (cash/check also accepted)
  • Easy to understand digital report with an overview of the property and summary of items to monitor
  • Fast booking time; I am usually able to inspect a home no more than 2-3 days out
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 What to expect

When I get to the property I will get on the roof (weather and conditions permitting) and inspect all components up close. When I get down I encourage you to ask questions so you can learn about your soon to be new home. As I evaluate each system of the house (structure, roof, attic, plumbing, electrical, and mechanical systems, along with the built in appliances) I will be using an electronic report that will have a summary and overviews of the property with pictures for us to go over at the end of the inspection.
Electrical Inspection

 Servicing the Chippewa Valley

Servicing Eau Claire, Chippewa Falls, Menomonie, Altoona, Lake Hallie, Elk Mound, Fall Creek, Eleva, and the surrounding areas. I will inspect any property up to 30 miles from Eau Claire. Anything over 30 miles may be subject to an additional travel charge.

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  • Pre-purchase (buyer) inspection
  • Pre-listing (seller) inspection
  • Individual component inspection
  • Radon gas testing
  • Insurance inspections

 Radon gas testing

When you are testing for radon you want to make sure you get quality results. You can get a test kit from a big box store or online and get an accurate reading, but charcoal canisters only give you a snap shot at that time. The only way to get a good understanding of your potential exposure to radon gas is to get a professional test done with a continuous radon monitor (CRM). This is what I use, a CRM takes readings every hour so I can see how it fluctuates due to weather or if closed home conditions where not followed. There are guidelines that need to be followed in order to get an accurate reading according to the EPA. Some of those include 20 inches above the floor, placed in the lowest "livable" area of the home (NOT crawl spaces or closets), 3 feet from any window or outside door, and CRM's need to be re-calibrated annually. These and other conditions need to be followed in order to obtain accurate results. Read More About Radon Gas Here