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Are you looking to buy or sell a home and need a home inspection soon? If your answer is Yes, then you came to the right place.

Hilltop home inspections of NY is a professional home inspection business that services the New York City area in  Westchester, Putnam, Dutchess and Orange counties. We will provide you with a detailed and comprehensive report of the exterior and interior of a home, consisting of the visible defects, in pictures and/or video explaining the positive and/or negative of the inspection, and then specific recommendations for corrective action.

I understand that the purchase of a home is a major investment, that’s why I take great pride in my work to ensure my client, YOU, are making the right investment choice in a home.

I promise to be thorough and identify the Safety, Operation and Condition of systems such as, but not limited to Structural, Roofing, Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Windows & Doors, Decks, as well as the interior and exterior, provided they are readily accessible.

In any home purchased today, whether new or old, well or a municipal water system, it is always recommended to have the water system tested for bacteria to ensure safe drinking water for you and your family prior to closing. A water bacteria test should always be part of a home inspection, therefor, Hilltop home inspections of NY can perform a water bacteria test to ensure safe drinking water for you and your family.

Another test that is highly recommended to have done is a Radon test. Radon is a gas that is produced in the ground by the natural breakdown of Uranium in bedrock. This gas then leaks up through the ground into your home. Once in your home, this alpha radiation produces damage that, if not repaired, results in cellular transformation in the respiratory tract, which can lead to radon-induced lung diseases or cancer.

So, don’t be unprotected!  Schedule your home inspection today and ask for a water bacteria test and Radon test to be performed. Don’t put your family at risk. In the end, it’s a small investment but the right one knowing you and your family are safe.

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