Commercial Property & Home Inspections
A New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspection or commercial building inspection is only as good as the skill of the inspector. To get the maximum value of your commercial property or home inspection, contact Maida Services for an inspector with the right credentials. The inspector who helps you with one of the largest purchases of your life should be fully educated, certified by a reputable institution, maintain a New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspector's license, and have extensive experience in the home inspection field.
In the commercial and home inspection field, some inspectors will simply meet your expectations, while Maida Services NH & MA Home Inspectors exceed your expectations. Paul Maida (Owner) is an independent inspector who adheres to a strict code of ethics. He is a Licensed Massachusetts Home Inspector, Licensed New Hampshire Home Inspector and is certified through Northeastern University. As a full member of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), Paul Maida also holds additional licenses and certificates related to the home inspection field. Now in his 31st year as a commercial and home inspector, he has performed more than 9,000 inspections. He has also taught home inspection courses at the University of New Hampshire and New England Training Academy.
Our Massachusetts and New Hampshire Home Inspections provide a peace of mind that only comes with knowing the inspection was done right. The focus of Maida Services New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspectors' comprehensive commercial or home inspection is to optimize the value of your Massachusetts or New Hampshire home inspection by providing the highest level of protection from unforeseen problems. (Read our Common NH & MA Home Inspection FAQ's.) Our job is to reveal the defects of your soon-to-be property; be it a commercial building, renovated antique home or new construction. Our detailed NH or MA home inspection or commercial building inspection including the structural, electrical, mechanical, heating and plumbing systems and components, a careful visual examination, physical testing of the building for wood destroying insects and, an explanation of their interrelationships, is the best way to make confident decisions. Maida Inspection Services has been providing this peace of mind since 1983; we depend upon past client referrals. Some testimonials are included on this website and we hope that you will take the time to read them.
Equally important to the skill of your New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspector, is the report you’ll receive. In this age of technology many New Hampshire & Massachusetts home inspectors and commercial inspectors provide computer generated reports. Unfortunately, the level of information varies greatly in our competition and, that can be costly if the report lacks vital information. A quality Massachusetts or New Hampshire home inspection report should include the inspector’s discoveries and proof of the New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspector’s findings. Maida New Hampshire and Massachusetts Home Inspectors spend an average of 5-7 hours on a single inspection; completing 2½-3½ hours for the on-site portion with our client then, 3 hours of evaluating photographs and re-examining the evidence gathered at the property. In the end, our Massachusetts & New Hampshire Home Inspectors compose a report that includes colored digital photography, is comprehensive and easy to read.
In your quest to find a quality Massachusetts or New Hampshire home inspector, contemplate the value of your New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspection before considering cost. The price of a NH or MA home inspection is far less than the value of Maida Services MA or NH home inspection findings. The up-front price of your home or commercial inspection is irrelevant if the inspector’s findings save you thousands on unexpected repairs in the future. Allow the property description, the qualifications of the inspector, the detail of a commercial or home inspection report and, the time the inspector spends with you -before, during and after your MA or NH home inspection- to help determine your cost for New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspection or commercial inspection services.
Contact Maida Services for an independent NH & MA Home Inspector who works hard for their customer and does not engage in unethical relationships. Remember, any information offered to you before you buy is NOT a reason to have anything less than a comprehensive NH or MA home inspection. The conscientious Buyer, Seller or Owner does not rely on out dated inspection reports and disclosure statements. This information may not tell you the true condition of the property. A building's deficiencies can change over time, and disclosure statements may not include costly defects that a Seller isn't aware of. We give our customer - the Buyer, Seller or Owner - valuable information they may need to determine whether there are any major defects or system inadequacies in the building. A real estate inspection is helpful before: a Buyer's life changing purchase, a Seller lists their home with a Real Estate Broker or, an Owner performs renovations and maintenance.
Put your New Hampshire or Massachusetts home inspection in the capable hands of a professional inspector, with comprehensive New Hampshire & Massachusetts home inspection experience.
- Residential Home Inspections
- Commercial Building Inspections
- Property Inspections
- Condominium Inspections
- Mobile Home Inspections
- Manufactured homes
- Carpenter Ants/Wood Destroying Insect Inspections
- Termite Inspections
- Pest Inspections
- FHA/VA Wood Destroying Insect Infestation Reports
- Roof Inspections
- Foundation Inspections
- Structural Inspections
- Electrical Inspections
- Mechanical Inspections
- HVAC Inspections
- Heating Systems
- Air Conditioning Systems
- Mold Testing/Screening
- Radon Air Testing
- Radon Water Testing
- Comprehensive Water Testing
- Water Quality Analysis
- Water Quantity Test
- FHA/VA Water Tests
- Expert Witness
- Expert Liaison between buyers and builders
- Photographic Reports
Inspections and/or Reports performed by Maida Service, Inc. will conform to the current Standards of Practice of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) and/or the Common Wealth of Massachusetts (266 CMR), and/or the State of New Hampshire (RSA 541-A)