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Our Services

Free Estimates

When buying or selling a home the amount of decisions you will need to make is endless and can be overwhelming. Once you decide that you need a home inspection, contact us and we will provide you with a no hassle free estimate designed to make the decision process easier for you.

Home Inspections

A home inspection is a non-invasive, comprehensive examination of the condition of a home performed by a licensed home inspector. The need for an inspection arises with the sale or purchase of a new or pre-owned home.

Pool & Spa

Included in our general home inspection or as a stand-alone, a pool inspection is a review of the type and general condition of the visible and accessible components of the pool and/or spa system, including pool equipment, pumps, filters, heaters, lights, drains, copings, tiles, fences and gates.

What We Inspect


Attics and Installation

Basements/Crawl Spaces



Chimneys and Roof Penetrations

Decks and Patios


Driveway and Walkways

Electrical devices


Floor coverings






Garage doors

Gas meter and Shut off

Grounds and Landscaping



Interior doors

Paint, Interior and Exterior

Plumbing fixtures


Proper grading



Smoke and CO Detectors

Stairs and Landings

Sump Pumps

Visible Structural Components

Water Evacuation

Water Heater

Water Shutoff

Water Wells


Radon Detection

What is Radon?

Radon is a colorless, tasteless and odorless gas that can cause lung cancer. It occurs naturally when uranium breaks down to radium which in turn breaks down to form radon. Radon is released into the soil and easily enters your home through the foundation and well water. It can build up to dangerous levels inside houses, schools, and other buildings. The only way to know if you have radon is to TEST.

Why is Radon a problem?

Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer in the United States, after tobacco smoke. Radon kills nearly 21,000 people each year, more than 800 of them in Georgia. Smokers are at an even higher risk of radon-induced lung cancer than nonsmokers by 7%.

Do I have Radon?

The following map indicates areas at risk for higher levels of radon. Please note that this data is based on testkits distributed through our program between 2003 – 2014. There was insufficient data to determine the radon levels for counties colored grey. This map only serves as an approximation of the likelihood that your home contains higher radon levels.

Radon Levels in Georgia
Contact us today at 770-881-2537 to learn more about partnering with Southern Home Advisors