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Sullivan Inspection Group

Brief Company Overview

Sullivan Inspection Group is a family business for over 20 years. Jim Sr. and Jim are a father and son team working in the field with their wives Chris and Jacquie running the office and logistics. Arizona natives going back 4 generations in the construction industry. Their skill, training and experience in local construction and development is extremely valuable and at your service at all times.

Jim Sr. started his housing career in real estate, working with his family to be in the top 1% of sales statewide. Owning their own real estate brokerage for 17 years gave Jim the opportunity to follow his dream to be a licensed general contractor building and developing custom homes for over 8 years. In 2010 the inspection business was launched and has been successfully and steadily growing ever since. Having inspected over 5000 residential and commercial properties their blended experience and service commitment to their clients is unparalleled. As a dedicated loving family they all enjoy spending time together with their children and grandchildren making memories and serving their community one person at a time. Our Credentials

  • Licensed and certified home inspectors
  • Member of ASHI
  • Member of InterNACHI
  • Member National & Arizona Association of Realtors
  • Certified termite inspectors
  • Licensed real estate broker
  • Licensed general contractor
  • Infrared certified inspector
  • Certified environmental specialist for mold, air quality, and water Extensively trained in all fields of Building Science

Jim Sr. and Jim Jr.

Sullivan Inspection Group Owners

Services Offered

Visual Assessment for Moisture Damage and Suspect Mould Growth

A Visual Assessment is a non-invasive visual inspection of the structure for mould and conditions associated with indoor mould growth using state-of-the-art, industry specific equipment to detect unusual conditions such as:

  • Abnormal temperature differentials
  • Elevated humidity
  • Elevated moisture in building materials
  • Visual water damage or staining of building materials

Sample Collection and Laboratory Testing

If microbial growth is suspected, we can sample the environment using one or more of three common mould sampling methods.

  • Surface sample: involves using a sterile swab or direct tape lift to collect mould from a surface for direct microscopic examination and analysis.
  • Bulk sample: involves physically extracting a piece of material from a surface for culturing or direct microscopic examination and analysis.
  • Air sample: involves trapping air in a special cassette specifically designed for direct microscopic examination and analysis.


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