Tina Baril
Louisiana Licensed Home Inspector
Lic#10917
Certified Indoor Air Quality Consultant

IAC2-03-1809
Licensed Lead Paint Inspector LA DEQ Lic#199051
​Certified Infrared Thermography 

Full Home Inspection Services-From the roof to the slab and everything in-between. All American Home Inspections, LLC we work for YOU ! Our job is to provide our clients with comprehensive, independent and objective home inspections services  for the property you have hired us to inspect. Areas we serve:  New Orleans metro area including the East and West banks, St. Bernard, Laplace, the northshore including  Mandeville, Covington, Hammond,  Slidell as well as Denham Springs and Baton Rouge Independent Inspections, We work for our clients only!!​​

 

 SERVICING THE MANDEVILLE, COVINGTON, SLIDELL AND NEW ORLEANS AREAS

 


Buying a home?  It's probably the most expensive purchase you'll ever make.  This is no time to shop for a cheap inspection.  The cost of a home inspection is very small relative to the value of the home being inspected.  The additional cost of hiring an InterNACHI-Certified Professional Inspector® is almost insignificant.  
You have recently been crunching the numbers, negotiating offers, adding up closing costs, shopping for mortgages, and trying to get the best deals.  Don't stop now.  Don't let your real estate agent or anyone else talk you into skimping here.  InterNACHI-certified inspectors  perform the best inspections by far. 
InterNACHI-certified inspectors earn their fees many times over.  They do more, they deserve more, and -- yes -- they generally charge a little more. Do yourself a favor... and pay a little more for the quality inspection you deserve. The licensing of home inspectors only sets a minimum standard.  Much like being up to code, any less would be illegal. InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, front-ends its membership requirements.  InterNACHI inspectors are certified and trained by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, the worlds largest nonprofit association of residential and commercial property inspectors.  InterNACHI provides its members with accredited training and education, expert advice, and peer support-all to help them serve their homeowner-clients by providing them with the highest quality inspections for their largest investments.  

AS an InterNACHI inspector , I :
-am required to stay up to date with the industry's most rigorous online continuing education and video training courses, which have been awarded hundreds of approvals and accreditations by state and governmental agencies;
-adhere to a comprehensive standards of practice;
-abide by a strict code of ethics, which puts my clients first; and
-use state of the art inspection tools and reporting software so that my clients can make informed decisions about the homes they want to buy or sell. 
My standard home inspection is an evaluation of the visible and accessible interior and exterior structure, systems and components.  Your report will include my findings of any material defects I discover in an easy to read format.  I will also provide my recommendations for monitoring, repair or replacement.  And my job isn't finished until you understand everything in your report. So, the next time you need a home inspector (or need to refer your clients to one), make sure that inspector is a member of InterNACHI. 

Lead exposure is serious business. To protect you and your family from lead hazards, a certified risk assessor can assist you in reviewing the report, and help you decide whether abatement (eliminating lead hazards completely) or continued good maintenance (managing potential lead hazards) is a better option for you. If you decide to abate, be sure to hire a trained and certified abatement contractor. 

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Amidst a wave of Chinese import scares, ranging from toxic toys to tainted pet food, reports of contaminated drywall from that country have been popping up across the American Southeast. Chinese companies use unrefined “fly ash,” a coal residue found in smokestacks in coal-fired power plants in their manufacturing process. Fly ash contains strontium sulfide, a toxic substance commonly found in fireworks.

You can’t tell whether a material contains asbestos simply by looking at it, unless it is labeled. If in doubt, treat the material as if it contains asbestos or have it sampled and analyzed by a qualified professional. A professional should take samples for analysis, since a professional knows what to look for, and because there may be an increased health risk if fibers are released. In fact, if done incorrectly, sampling can be more hazardous than leaving the material alone.

Infrared (thermal imaging) is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show clients things about their homes or buildings that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods.  Ancillary inspection reports are just as important as the reports  generated for standard inspections.  For something as specialized as a thermal imaging inspection, it’s critical that the information presented meets the clients’ needs for information they can use and act on.

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A professional mold and indoor air quality evaluation and testing can provide answers. If you are considering a mold and indoor air quality inspection give us a call. Our inspections provide a complete evaluation of the interior and exterior your building conducted by trained and certified professionals using state of the art testing equipment and laboratory analysis. You will be provided a detailed report, explanation and recommendations for remediation (if necessary).

What's The Difference Between EIFS and Stucco? Materials ​A traditional hard-coat stucco exterior system is extremely durable because it essentially covers your home with a layer of rock. Cement stucco is made of sand, a small quantity of lime, Portland cement and water. Basically, it is a fine-grained concrete that is attached to your house using a waterproof barrier paper, galvanized wire mesh and metal flashings (devices that channel water to the exterior of a wall).

Dan Paradela
Louisiana Licensed Home Inspector
Lic#10501

Certified Asbestos Inspector

#EAINB (11) 000455201 LA
Certified Indoor Air Quality Consultant IAC2-02-4391
Certified Stucco Inspector

MWC#1561
​Certified Infrared Thermography