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What We Do Differently

Standard home inspection protocol includes but is not limited to:

  • Free Radon Test
  • Free Water Test
  • Free Air Quality Test

What other home inspectors would charge, we include it for free.  Plus, all of our clients get their own access to their Client Relationship Management (CRM) where you can download your report(s) anytime.  Plus, you'll get quick access to helpful tips and recommended contractors that we trust and are A+ on the BBB and state licensed and certified, and best of all priced right for their industry.

 

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Asbestos Removal

Asbestos should be removed only by abatement professionals. So that they can handle, remove and dispose of asbestos. Professionals can handle asbestos because they know about certain regulations that need to be followed. Because if you mishandle asbestos, it can lead to a further explosion of it. People who are exposed to it might develop mesothelioma and other diseases related to asbestos. It is important to handle asbestos with care and safety because if it is not handled properly, the fiber becomes airborne. If it is inhaled, it can be lodged in the linings of the lungs, abdomen, and heart which can cause lung cancer, asbestosis, and mesothelioma.

Although, the use of asbestos had declined in recent years due to product bans, availability of other alternatives, and other regulations. Nevertheless, the general public might be at risk because of older products. Asbestos-containing products can be even disturbed during renovation. If building materials are out of order, then people should contact asbestos professionals instead of handling them by themselves. Asbestos products are considered safe if they are intact or in good condition. However, if they are worn out, the condition of asbestos can be really bad.

Asbestos has been incorporated into many products without you knowing including building materials and automotive parts. It was a quite famous additive from the 1930s to the mid-1970s. The houses that have been built before 1980 may still have asbestos. However, it is not visible to the human eye and it is extremely difficult to identify. Many buildings contained asbestos because it was used as a thermal insulator in public buildings, companies, and schools. Research has shown that there is no safe exposure to asbestos. For the prevention of exposure, it should only be dealt with by certified professionals. Abatement professionals are highly trained in this regard.

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I just want to thank you! I cannot say enough good things about your company. I appreciate your service. Prompt and professional service and I have a better understanding of my home! Very courteous service!

Julia Bredshow
Green Bay, WI

I have used Ground Zero Home Inspections for two of my properties.  As an investor, it's not easy to get a full understanding of what we are facing considering we are out of the state of the true repair condition of the homes we are prospecting. Their professionalism, knowledge, thoroughness, and fast response are second to none. I have used Ground Zero Home Inspections services for my home and business. Great job and inspectors.

Robin Harvey
Fond du Lac, WI

I am very pleased with the service I received, from the initial contact with your personnel to the technicians that handled my problems. It is great to deal with a company that values its customers. The report looked to be scary but that was apparently due to my inexperience with the project.  They were able to find the right company for us. Thanks.

Monique Logan
Wisconsin Dells, WI