HelloPro Home Inspections are complete with the same price for all homes up to 3,000 sq.ft. and only $25 for each additional 500 sq.ft. Quoting and Scheduling are made easy, as well as scheduling any ancillary inspection needed at the same time.
If you’d like help, simply call us at 864-370-5600
Our Licensed and Certified Home Inspectors will thoroughly evaluate all aspects of the property you are purchasing, from the roof to the foundation and all areas in between. We provide the most advanced home inspection in the Upstate of SC.
We want you to go through the house and grounds with us so that we may inform you of any deficiencies or concerns, discuss “how things work”, and also share with you what needs to be maintained and why. You’ll get a real education about your new home. Don’t worry, we are a ‘jargon-free’ company and we will explain everything in terms you can understand.
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Select HelloPro Home Inspections, because we include the most important aspects of a thorough home inspection in our top-rated 5 Star Home Inspection.
Committed. Experienced. Certified. Everything that you need in a home inspection company, we have it at HelloPro Home Inspections. Get your Upstate South Carolina home inspection service today and see the home’s real condition through the eyes of our thorough and unbiased professionals.
As a top-ranked home inspection firm, our reputation is built on honesty, integrity, and professionalism. If you are looking to buy or sell in the Upstate of Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson or Pickens County SC and the neighboring areas, we can help!
Family Operated, Veteran Owned and We’re Local. We are Licensed & Certified Home Inspectors and we pride ourselves in being committed to following high standards and providing professional service to all of our customers in the Upstate of Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson or Pickens County and… other outlying areas.
“Our goal is to elevate all of real estate and empower home buyers to purchase with confidence.”
A home inspection price can vary depending on a home inspector’s experience, the size of the home, age of the home, and specific home features such as a pool or crawlspace. At HelloPro we have made the pricing decision very easy a simple two choices; our Basic Package and our HelloPro PLUS Package. Of course, there are some Additional Services that can be added on, but for most people, it’s an easy choice. If you have any questions it’s best to call/email for a quote on a home you are interested to receive a more accurate price. Please take a look at our Home Inspection Packages, HERE.
Each of our inspectors have their own scheduling calendar. If a particular inspector is not available, check the calendar again for another inspector. You can find out how far out we are scheduling appointments and the availability of each inspector. If availability appears to already be booked, call us; perhaps we can make an adjustment to accommodate your needs. Scheduling an inspection online with us is as easy as 1, 2, 3 but if you’d like help scheduling please call or email us. We’re happy to help!
In most cases, you will receive your home inspection report the same day; usually before the sun goes down. Your inspector will be available to go over your report with you and answer all of your questions.
Whenever you’re calling other home inspection companies for a quote, be sure to ask them what home inspector organizations they belong to and why you should schedule with them. You can also explore their websites and online reviews.
At HelloPro, our inspectors hold numerous certifications through InterNACHI®, which is the only certification school accredited by the U.S. Department of Education; and… we have all passed a very stern South Carolina state licensing exam.
Greenville, Spartanburg, Anderson, Easley, Pickens, Simpsonville, Fountain Inn, Laurens, Greenwood, Abbeville, Travelers Rest, Clemson and other outlying areas.
You are not required to have a re-inspection after the inspection. However, in some cases, you may opt to do so or you may need a re-inspection if areas of the home were not accessible at the time of the original inspection. Also, you may want a re-inspection to verify repairs have been made and completed professionally according to the agreement you make with the seller.
We charge a nominal fee for re-inspections.
The short answer is no. While some home inspectors on-site may give you a range for certain repairs, we are not contractors, and repair pricing tends to fluctuate depending on your area, the economy, and the company.
We understand that negotiating after a home inspection can be tough – you want to get the best possible price on the home you intend to purchase, and you want to make sure you get the important items taken care of, but you also don’t want to upset the seller too much or ask for something unreasonable. You need a way to present accurate and truthful information in an unbiased manner so that you and the seller can negotiate effectively and bring about a fair resolution. So how should you approach it? We do have a suggestion.
Epidemiological studies in the U.S. and Europe have associated mold sensitivity with the development, persistence, and severity of asthma. Exposure to mold and the mycotoxins or toxins they produce can be absorbed through the skin, GI tract, or by inhalation of fungal parts. Suppression of the immune system by exposure to these types of pollutants has been linked to chronic diseases, even cancer.
Mold exposure can be harmful to your health. People with weak immune systems from diseases such as HIV infection, patients taking chemotherapy, people with existing lung disease, and those who have had an organ transplant are more susceptible to infections from mold and can have a severe reaction.
The increasing awareness of mold problems in indoor environments has created high demand for mold investigation and inspection services. Fluctuations in air quality often go undetected until toxins accumulate to dangerous levels in an environment. Monitoring and promptly addressing air quality concerns before problems arise is essential to the health of your home, business, clients, and employees.
Sample analysis of your indoor space for air quality monitoring and fungal-related toxicity concentration including black mold is our specialty.
Have peace of mind with our Lab Certified, Professional Results, and Detailed Report!
Bacteria are microscopic organisms not visible to the naked eye. These tiny organisms are everywhere, both inside and outside of your body. They survive in a variety of environments and while some are necessary for life others can make you extremely sick. At Microbial Express Labs we offer a complete testing service that not only detects the presence or absence of sewage-related bacteria, we also quickly identify and enumerate them.
Coliform bacteria are natural inhabitants of the environment and the intestinal tract of warm-blooded animals. It is their presence in drinking water that indicates that disease-causing organisms (pathogens) could be in the water system. A Total Coliform test is used as an overall indication of sanitation efficiency. The presence of total coliform, by itself, does not imply that the resource is contaminated, but it can reveal that one, if not more of the more serious types of harmful bacteria, such as fecal or E. coli bacteria, may be present.
Escherichia coli (E. coli) is the major species in the fecal coliform (FC) group and is the best indicator of fecal pollution and the possible presence of pathogens or disease-causing organisms.
E. coli bacteria are found in greater quantities than Total Coliform in animal fecal matter. Our Total Coliform test detects the presence of Total Coliform and E. coli. If E. coli is detected along with Total Coliform in drinking water, there is strong evidence that sewage is present. As a result, a greater potential for pathogenic organisms to exist.
At Microbial Express Labs we offer a second layer to this test. In addition to the traditional test mentioned above, our Complete Fecal Coliform test adds the detection of Enerococcus faecalis. E. Faecalis is also a fecal indicator organism and one of the various microorganisms used a positive control in the examination of water for human consumption. E. faecalis is a very stable bacterium. Its ability to survive in harsh conditions is greater than that of E. coli and in recent years there has been an increase in its resistance to many once used antibiotics.
A positive test implies a risk that pathogenic species may be present. Testing for bacteria is the only reliable way to know if your water is safe. You cannot determine the presence of disease-causing organisms by look, taste, or smell.
It is recommended that well owners test their water for coliform bacteria at least once a year and more frequently if bacteria have been a problem in the past. Our trusted labs not only provide the detection of but also will enumerate the number of Coliforms/Escherichia coli (E. coli), and Enterococcus faecalis bacteria. We provide fast, accurate results you can trust!