Home Health Checklist

This checklist will help you identify the signs and problem areas like wall cracks, basement, crawl space, and foundation issues so that you address your home’s repair needs.

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This checklist will help you identify the signs and problem areas like wall cracks, basement, crawl space, and foundation issues so that you address your home’s repair needs.

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This downloadable Home Health Inspection Checklist will help identify the problem areas in your home so you can maintain a safe and healthy living environment for you and your loved ones.

Foundation Structure

  • Nail pops
  • Wall and floor gaps
  • Uneven floors
  • Drywall cracks
  • Sticking doors or windows
  • Bowed basement walls
  • Flood damage
  • Cracked chimney
  • Sinking foundation
  • Foundation settlement
  • Vertical, horizontal or stair-step cracks
  • Cracked bricks
  • Cracked block foundation
  • Concrete cracks

Crawl Space

  • Water in your crawl space
  • Floor joist issues
  • Wood rot
  • Condensation
  • Wet crawl space insulation
  • Foundation cracks
  • Open crawl space vents
  • High indoor humidity
  • Sagging floors
  • Mold in your crawl space
  • Unpleasant odors or poor air quality
  • Rodent or bug issues
  • High electric bills


  • Poor drainage
  • Musty basement smell
  • Leaking water heater
  • Leaking basement windows
  • Leaking in basement cove
  • Sump pump issues
  • Swelling or warped doors
  • Water stains on the walls or floors
  • Efflorescence
  • Wet walls
  • Wet floors
  • Wet carpet
  • Wet drywall
  • Condensation on windows or doors


  • Sinking, Uneven, Cracking Concrete Slabs on Your Property:
  • Patio
  • Garage
  • Driveway
  • Basement Floor
  • Sidewalk
  • Pool Deck

Foundation Repair

A healthy foundation is key to maintaining the structure of your home and keeping you and your family safe. If issues continue to occur, this can cause irreversible damage and can reduce the value of your home – as much as losing 30% of your asking price when you sell your home. If you believe you’re seeing signs of foundation problems, there are several repair options to explore while you are home. A free inspection from a foundation expert can uncover specific problems and the right solutions to meet your home’s unique repair needs.

Crawl Space Encapsulation

Checked off one or two of the boxes for experiencing symptoms? If so, any foundational and other issues in the crawl space can affect the integrity of your home. Water is the primary source of most issues and can cause high humidity within the space. Mold, wood rot, mildew, and insects thrive in this type of environment, so it is vital to have a clean crawl space and not have these issues creep into the interior of your home. If any of these issues are visible, don’t hesitate to get a free professional evaluation today.

Basement Waterproofing

Do not allow mold and dust mites to move into your home, because not only will it be an unpleasant sight, they are among the leading causes of allergies and asthma. Dust mites and mold live in high-humidity environments with soft surfaces, like your bed or living room couch. By waterproofing your basement, you can often avoid costly structural problems and health issues.

Concrete Lifting

Cracking, sinking, uneven concrete slabs are dangerous tripping hazards for you and your family. However, there are a few concrete repair options available so you no longer have to live with this problem. Of these options, polyurethane foam injection is the preferred concrete leveling method over concrete replacement and mud jacking due to its many benefits.

Our homes fulfill many of our daily needs and protect our loved ones. Maintaining a healthy home starts from the ground up. With a FREE professional foundation evaluation, JES can help homeowners in the Virginia and Maryland area preserve the structural integrity of their property.