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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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Excavation is the removal of earth, stone, or other material using tools, equipment, or explosives. It includes earthworks, excavation, tunneling, and underground works. Excavation, including mineral exploration, environmental restoration, quarrying, and construction, is essential. One of the most common types of excavation is construction. In the construction sector, extraction is used to build foundations for buildings, tanks, and roads.

The different types of mining activities are excavation, extraction, and site management. Each of these activities requires unique methods, tools, and machinery. The process used depends on the structure to be created during construction.

Excavation work requires a great deal of experience, knowledge, and attention to detail because it involves large structures and forms the foundation of the entire project. Heavy industrial construction contractors use sophisticated methods, equipment, and heavy machinery to carry out their work. When you hire heavy industrial contractors for large excavation projects, you get the best results.

Start your project by searching for heavy industrial contractors in your area. It’s worth considering their reputation and safety ratings to help you compile a list of the best in your area. You can find this information by doing a quick Google search, asking construction industry representatives, and/or checking out their websites.

This is the process of excavation, where the material is cut away or removed. Topsoil and removed soil can be used for fill, embankments, etc. It can also be used to create a level surface for construction by “cutting” and removing embankments to fill the base of the footprint.

As the name suggests, this type of excavation involves the removal of topsoil. Excavation removes decaying vegetation, soil, and other materials that may make the soil unsuitable for structural loads.

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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