Carbon County Home Inspection
Our Home inspectors have been inspecting homes in Carbon County Pa for 14 years.
Whether buying or selling a home in Palmerton , Jim Thorpe, Lehighton, or any other town in Carbon County. We provide the top notch home inspection service you deserve.
"Carbon County was created on March 13, 1843, from parts of Northampton and Monroe Counties. Its name alludes to its deposits of anthracite coal. Jim Thorpe, the county seat, was originally incorporated on January 26, 1850 as the borough of Mauch Chunk, an Indian name meaning “bear mountain.” It was renamed in 1954 for the famous Indian athlete who is buried there. Carbon County was the home of the first railroad in America that was built on any large scale. The “Switchback” railroad, as it came to be known in its glory days, was originally designed to carry coal. The Switchback led a long and active life, first as a coal carrier and then as solely a tourist attraction. In the 1930’s, the railroad carried its last passengers."
You can find more information on Carbon County online at https://www.carboncounty.com We are familiar with the unique construction in the area, as well as historic homes, estates, and farms.
Our Home Inspectors are licensed pesticide applicators, Our Home Inspectors are licensed radon testers. Our Home Inspectors conduct a thorough septic system evaluation with photos.
We will inspect homes in the towns below in Carbon County:
Beaver Meadows, Bowmanstown, East Side, Jim Thorpe, Lansford, Lehighton, Nesquehoning, Palmerton, Parryville, Summit Hill, Weatherly, Weissport
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