(585) 377-3876


ProTech Home Inspection, Inc. has been providing professional home inspection services since 2000.  From the start, our goal has been to provide our clients with the best inspection services available while exceeding their expectations.  The performance of thousands of inspections is a testament to our experience, knowledge, reputation and success. 

The home buying experience can be filled with stress, anxiety and a wide range of emotions. Purchasing a home may also be the largest investment a person can make.  By having a professional home inspection buyers can have a "second set of eyes" that are trained and knowledgeable to evaluate and report on the conditions of the home.  Having a professional home inspection allows the buyers the opportunity to evaluate and remedy any potential concerns prior to settlement.

                                                                                 Take the Guess Work out of Disclosure. 

                                                                     Get the Facts Before You Purchase.


                                                                       ProTech Home Inspections, Inc.

                                                                       4354 Smith Rd.

                                                                       Marion, NY 14505                  

                                                                       Phone: (585) 377-3876

                                                                       Fax:   (801)  457 - 2586 



                                                                                   Bill Richards

                                                          (NYS License#16000006990)

                                                                       (NYSDEC License # T8834617)


Our Service Area Covers 8 counties.

Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Livingston, Orleans, Wyoming, Yates & Genesee counties.


What is involved with a Home Inspection and why would I need one? 

A home inspection is a visible inspection of hundreds of components of the home. 
A  professional home inspection will inform you about what is right with the home and also about items in need of repair or attention.

A professional home inspection will include:

-   Foundations                                            -   Heating and Cooling sytems                                -   Basement / Crawl spaces

-   Structure                                               -   Water heating systems                                      -   Water penetration / Drainage

-   Roof                                                      -   Electrical                                                         -   Attics

-   Gutters / Downspouts                               -   Plumbing                                                          -   Insulation

-   Chimney / Fireplace                                  -   Kitchen                                                            -   Ventilation

-   Grounds                                                   -   Bathrooms                                                       -   Safety Issues

-    Exterior                                                   -   Interior                                                           - And Much More


Our professional inspection will inform you about the condition of the property, inside and out, top to bottom.  Information that is thorough, unbiased and based on years of experience so you can make a confident purchasing decision.

We invite you to accompany us on the inspection and to ask questions.  This is your opportunity to gather more insight into the condition and workings of the property.  We will provide you with a verbal summary of our findings upon completion of the inspection.  A written report with photos will be sent to you via email the same day as the inspection.

All reports are performed in compliance with New York State and the American Society of Home Inspectors standards of practice and code of ethics.

ProTech Home Inspection, Inc. is a full service inspection company offering the following services: 

  •   New York State Licensed Home Inspections
  •  Radon Testing     
  •  New York State Certified Pest Inspections


What You Should Know About Radon.
What is radon, where does it come from?

Radon is a radioactive gas that comes from the soil. Exposure to radon gas is the second-leading cause of lung cancer (after smoking) in the United States. About 14,000 people die each year from radon-related lung cancer.

Radon is produced from the natural breakdown of the uranium found in most rocks and soils. As it further breaks down, radon emits atomic particles. These particles can alter cell DNA, thus increasing the risk of lung cancer. Radon usually does not present a health risk outdoors because it is diluted in the open air. Radon can, however, build up to dangerous levels inside the home.

Radon can enter your new house through cracks or openings in the foundation. the differences in air pressure between the inside of a building and the soil around it also play an important role in radon entry. If the air pressure of a house is greater than the soil beneath it, radon will remain outside. However, if the air pressure of a house is lower than the surrounding soil (which is usually the case), the house will act as a vacuum, sucking radon gas inside.

Because radon comes from the soil, the geology of an area can help to predict the potential for elevated indoor radon levels.

New Homes

The only way to know if your new home has a radon problem is to test. The EPA recommends that average annual indoor radon levels do not exceed 4pCi/L. If your home is built with a passive radon system, you should test it immediately after moving in to make sure that radon levels are below the EPA guideline. Remember; if your radon level is 4pCi/L or above, a fan can be installed easily to lower radon levels well below this guideline.

Even if you must install a fan, adding a radon control system to a house under construction is much less expensive than installing one after the house is built. The average cost for a radon control system in an existing house is between $500 and $2500. 

For more information on radon please visit the following links:  http://www.epa.gov/


To discuss your inspection needs or to schedule an appointment, please contact us.  We would be happy to put our experience and expertise

to work for you.


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(585) 377-3876