Your Home Inspector in Stephenville
While DMJ Home Inspections serves the Corner Brook area, we also make our way over to Stephenville, bringing our professional expertise in home inspections to you.
And because we are not a franchise, we make your home inspection experience a friendly and memorable one, providing all the details you need in an easy-to-read report that is backed by the licensed professional who writes it.
Stephenville can count on DMJ Home Inspections, whether you need to sell your home, buy a home, or you want to make sure your home is ready to handle the coming season. Our certified home inspector will take everything into account to give you a comprehensive report outlining what you should focus on, what may require attention, and what looks good. We’re here to give you total peace of mind with an accurate accounting of your home.
Residential Home Inspections in Stephenville
Know everything you need to know about the home you want to buy with a licensed professional who is trained. We’ll make sure the house you want to buy doesn’t need more work than you’re willing to spend on it.
Pre-Listing Home Inspections
With our home inspection giving you the details about your current home, you can make the necessary repairs so that you can sell for top dollar with confidence. Buyers love seeing a detailed report on the home they want to buy.
Annual Home Maintenance Inspections
Keep your home in perfect condition with an annual home inspection, so you can stay on top of any issues that may arise.
For home inspections in Stephenville done right, trust DMJ Home Inspections. Call us today.
What is Radon? Why should you test for it?
Radon is a chemical element with the symbol Rn and atomic number 86. It is a radioactive, colorless, odorless, tasteless noble gas.
Exposure to high levels of radon in indoor air results in an increased risk of developing lung cancer. The risk of cancer depends on the level of radon and how long a person is exposed to those levels.
Radon gas in the air breaks down into tiny radioactive elements (radon progeny) that can lodge in the lining of the lungs, where they can give off radiation. This radiation can damage lung cells and eventually lead to lung cancer.
Corentium Pro, a favorite of home inspectors and radon professionals. Fully C-NRPP and NRSB certified for the North American market and beyond.
The Corentium Pro contains four highly accurate passive diffusion chambers that work redundantly with one another. First of its kind working in parallel with the Corentium Pro App to deliver reliable, fast, easy to read radon reports for customers.
How it works.
Corentium Pro samples indoor air through a passive diffusion chamber, using alpha spectrometry to precisely calculate the radon level. Radon is detected using silicon photodiodes to both count and measure the energy of alpha particles resulting from the decay chain of radon gas. The instrument is calibrated to reference instruments in accredited laboratories and is C-NRPP and NRSB certified.