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Certified and Insured Home Inspections

  • Warranty and Recall Check

Our team will automatically register all your major home appliances during our initial visit to ensure you receive full manufacturer warranty coverage and a organized digital archive of all product specifications and available user manuals.

  • Inspect air ducts and HVAC hoses

Inspecting air ducts and hoses for dust or debris helps detect potential clogs in the system.


  • Clean and treat drain pans and lines

Routine cleaning keeps drain lines free of mold, algae, and debris that may clog the system and cause excess water to leak into your home.


  • Clean AC evaporator coils and cooling coils

Keeping the air conditioner coils clean ensures the heat can exchange efficiently, keeping energy bills low by preventing system overheating.


  • Clean AC condensation drain

Cleaning the condensation drain ensures algae and mold are not growing inside the drain line, which can cause increased humidity, unpleasant odors, and indoor water damage.


  • Clean AC condenser unit

Cleaning the condenser unit prevents dust and debris from collecting, blocking heat from being expelled.

  • Clean furnace filters, fans, grills, and duct ends

Dirty components allow more dust, pet dander, and allergens to circulate, reducing the efficiency of your system and causing poor indoor air quality.


  • Inspect HVAC connections, drains, temperature settings, air ducts, and valves

Loose or damaged connections, clogged drains, blocked ducts, and malfunctioning valves can all cause your furnace to fail.


  • Clean all fireplace components (glass, pilots, frame)

Keeping grills clean ensures they properly circulate clean air.



  • Change or clean HRV/ERV system, components, and filter(s)

Keeping your system free of debris maintains its efficiency and prevents polluted air from cycling back into your home.



  • Lubricate HRV/ERV/air-to-air fans

Lubricating fans prevents them from sticking or functioning improperly.



  • Clean furnace filters, fans, grills, and duct ends

Dirty components allow more dust, pet dander, and allergens to circulate, reducing the efficiency of your system and causing poor indoor air quality.


The average cost for an appliance repair is $50-150 an hour, not including the cost of the inspection to identify the problem and the cost of parts. Regular maintenance goes a long way to prevent costly repairs and replacements.

  • Clean dishwasher filter, door seals, and spray arms

Soap, food, grease, and other debris build up in dishwashers over time, which provides a breeding ground for germs and reduces the efficiency of the appliance.

  • Clean freezer and refrigerator condenser coils

Dirty coils can’t efficiently release heat, which leads to inefficient cooling and increased energy consumption. If prolonged, the compressor, which keeps your food cool, will eventually break.

  • Change or clean refrigerator water filter and/or freshness filter

Cleaning and changing the filters ensures water remains fresh and safe to drink and prevents deposit buildup that can slow the system down, affect the taste of your water, and damage your fridge.

  • Inspect refrigerator and freezer door seals and gaskets

Seals and gaskets keep cold air in and hot air out. Damaged or dirty components make appliances work harder, increasing your energy bill and reducing the lifespan of your products.

  • Clean electric range element connections/gas range burner ignitions and ports

Keeping range elements clean helps prevent potential fires from leftover grease and maintains the efficiency of your oven and stove when cooking.

  • Clean or change range hood filters and fans

Maintaining the filters and fan of the range hood helps prevent grease fires and keeps the range hood running properly.

According to the U.S Fire Administration, 2,900 dryer fires are reported every year, causing an estimated 100 injuries and $35 million in property loss. The leading cause is a failure to clean the dryer vent.

  • Clean dryer lint trap and screen

Clogged dryer lint traps and screens can prevent the dryer from properly exhausting hot air, which can lead to overheating.

  • Clean laundry exhaust vent pipe and caps

A clogged exhaust vent pipe is a fire risk and can result in longer times to dry clothes properly and increased electric bills.

  • Clean laundry lint filter

A dirty or clogged filter will reduce the efficiency of your washer, increasing your energy bill. It can also grow mold and mildew that releases spores into your clothing.


Calcium build-up around your faucets is a sign of hard water. While it doesn’t pose health risks, it can shorten your hot water heater’s lifespan from 8-10 years to as few as 4-6. homekeep™’s twice-yearly cleaning of your disposal and faucets can help us detect these problems and protect the longevity of your home’s appliances and systems.




  • Clean sink drains, faucet aerators, and build-up around faucets

Cleaning drains prevents clogging which can cause more serious plumbing issues later. Removing build-up around faucets prevents damage to the seals and resulting leaks.


  • Clean garbage disposal

Keeping the garbage disposal clean keeps the sink drain clear, prevents foul odors, and helps prevent the disposal from jamming or breaking.

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