An informative and explanatory review of one of your largest and most expensive investments
Fort Pitt Home Inspection is the perfect choice for old houses and new buyers
Thermal imaging and moisture detection technology
Prompt scheduling - Reports by the next day
For the place you'll call home
An independent, honest and thorough inspection of one of the most important and most expensive investments in your life. Our reports follow the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) standards and include many photos, observations, explanations and maintenance necessities. We use thermal imaging and moisture detection technology to identify issues we cannot readily see.
Be sale ready
A pre-sale inspection of a home can identify issues that could otherwise lead to delays in closing, as well as costly unknown repairs. A pre-sale inspection report adds confidence to the transaction for both parties. The process of the inspection and method of reporting is similar to a buyers' inspection.
The Fort Pitt Trifecta
The best of everything
Our most popular residential client choice. This package includes a house inspection, wood destroying insect inspection and 48-hour radon test. The Fort Pitt Trifecta is offered at a 15% discount compared to buying the services separately.
Wood Destroying Insect Report
A licensed review and report indicating the presence/absence of termites, carpenter ants, wood boring bees and more. PA Dept. of Agriculture #408238
Measurement of radon contamination by a DEP certified testing individual. PA DEP #3168
Major Component Only
An inspection and report of the HVAC, roof, electrical and structural components only.
Walkthroughs & Consultations
We offer consultation services for clients seeking renovation, maintenance, repair, and historic preservation advice.
Most houses in Pittsburgh were built before 1940, and those old houses can have some very interesting stories. Our house histories tell the story of your house through time, focusing on former inhabitants and neighborhood lore. We examine census records, historical deed cards, newspaper stories, and other historical sources to give you a glimpse into the lives of the people living in your house over the years.