Ask this question: do you have a "Poison
What do you know about your neighborhood? Is
it safe for your children to play? What hazards are lurking
in those immediate blocks surrounding your home? Could there
be leaking underground tanks? What about old landfills or
other hazardous waste sites? Maybe a known "meth lab"?
When people buy a home, they research nearby
schools, crime rates, and average property values - but forget
about potential environmental risks that could affect you
and your family's health! Some of the most dangerous or costly
hazards exist outside and can contaminate a home through pathways
to human contact such as vapor intrusion, soil, and groundwater.
Just because an area appears pristine does not mean that dangerous
issues are not present.
"Environmental hazards can cause health
problems and hurt home values. When in doubt, order a neighborhood
environmental report before you buy." Business Week,
day families and communities are affected by toxic substances
that have been leaked, spilled, buried and dumped across the
United States. These hazards can pose a threat to you and
your family's health and property value, since harmful substances
can find their way into drinking water, the soil around your
home, or can contaminate indoor air through vapor intrusion.
Until now, homeowners and people considering
buying or selling a home didn't really have any options. But
now there is the HomePro Neighborhood Environmental Report.
What would you pay to know your family is safe from these
known environmental dangers?
Be secure in knowing that your investment and your family
are protected. Order your HomePro Neighborhood Environmental
Report today (included FREE with every
inspection service package!).
The HomePro Neighborhood
This report will help you to: 1) Protect you
and your family's health, 2) Ensure a sound investment, and
3) Understand nearby risks.
This report includes information about:
- Leaking underground oil tanks
- Hazardous waste sites
- Homes that have been used as illegal drug labs (meth labs)
- Contamination from nearby industrial sites, farms, or
accidental toxic spills
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's top clean-up priority
- National Wetlands Inventory map (within 1 mile of the
- Flood zone map (within 1 mile of the address)
- Environmental map (within 1 mile of the address)
Call for pricing!