Threshold Home Inspection, LLC

P.O. Box 63, Harrisville, NH 03450
(603) 827-3590
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Business Hours

12:00 am - 12:00 am (Please call to confirm)

  • Credit Cards Accepted
  • Bilingual


Home Inspection




Together we'll walk through the house and examine the condition of all visible and reasonably accessible areas and systems. Your questions receive clear answers, and your concerns are addressed, both during and after the inspection. Recommendations are made to contact specialists or consultants for further evaluation or repair, if needed. We are also licensed and Insured for your protection! You receive a complete written report by e-mail in less than 48 hours. Inspections are scheduled for your convenience. From chimney to basement, from front drive to back patio, Threshold applies years of experience to your home inspection.

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Recent Job Requests for Home Inspectors in Harrisville, NH:

Project: Inspect a Home
Location: Harrisville, NH
Date: 05/2018
What kind of location is this?: Home/Residence
Part of real estate sale: Yes
Square footage of home:: More than 5,000
Home Age: 10 - 20 years
Desired Project Start Date: Two days from now
Comment: Expert evaluation for purchase

Project: Home Energy Audit
Date: 10/2015

Project: Home Energy Audit
Location: Harrisville, NH
Date: 08/2010
Comment: We're in the process of having to replace our furnace (FHW) due to significant problems with the current unit that has resulted in partial mechanical failure. The current unit is "limping" along, but will need replacement before the up-coming heating season. We have a host of questions, stick with oil fired boiler for FHW, including domestic hot water. Change fuel system to a multi-fuel boiler, i.e. wood pellets with oil back up, convert hot water to instant h.w. propane fired unit, more insulation options in attic, window treatments, and the like. We currently have automatic setback thermostats, and we're on a loose budget plan to slowly convert our appliances to the most up-to-date Energy Star standards - the refrigerator is the next big item!! Before we make a straight replacement of the furnace, we'd like to have someone look at the possible options available to us, and provide some basic cost data so that we can consider the options that we have.