A.D.P. Inspections, Inc.
About this pro
We have over 25 years of experience in the building and construction industry and decided that the industry lacked in providing the consumer valuable information and education. We felt customer awareness should be the focal point of any type of inspection. This approach to our business helped formulate our Mission Statement . Our Mission is to provide comprehensive inspection services, while educating our customers. Our inspections are designed to be comprehensive and educational, not glossed over for the benefit of a quick transaction. Helping people through a process that can be very intimidating. A home is the largest purchse most people will make in their lifetime. By educating our customers, we feel that they are better equipped to make a sound decision about their home purchase.
Years in business12
Number of employees1
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?$50.00 Visual Lead Inspection / $15.00 Per Wipe. $125.00 Radon Measurement. $250.00 Mold Inspection plus analysis. $250.00 Indoor Air Quality Inspection plus analysis Package discounts are available. Homes are like fingerprints - no two are exactly alike, so pricing structures can vary to fit the specific needs of your home.
- What types of customers have you worked with?We offer Home, Rental, Indoor Air Quality, Lead, Radon, Water and Mold inspections. The most predominent services are Home and Lead inspections. This is due to the fact that most home buyers want a home inspections, and lead inspections are required for rental properties in Maryland. The inspection that we would like to see increased is Radon. This is the simplest of inspections for perform, and can detect the second leading cause of cancer in the US - Radon gas. Just because your neighbor, someone in your neighborhood, or the fact that your home is new, does not mean that you do not have Radon gas in your home - Get Tested!
- What advice would you give a customer looking to hire a provider in your area of work?As of January 1, 2008 all Maryland Home Inspectors must be licensed through Maryland Department of Labor & Licensing. Make sure that you inspector is licensed by contacting the licensing department for verification. You should also know the inspectors credentials. Inspectors should be well trained in diverse areas, and maintain continued education to ensure that they are up to date on the most recent industry issues.