Advance Home Inspection
Maryland's #1 Home, Lead Paint, Radon and Rental Inspection Company

Carroll County

Advance Home Inspection, LLC is a multi-home inspection firm with same day, next day, and weekend services serving Carroll County and surrounding areas.

The Inspectors:

  • We are active InterNACHI (InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors) and must complete a minimum 24 hours of continuing education per calendar year. Adhere to the "Standards of Practice", abide by its "Code of Ethics".
  • Have completed Certified Training for "Level One Thermography"
  • Have completed Certified Training with BPI
  • All of our home inspectors continue to educate themselves about the ever changing world of Home Inspecting, Home Building, the Green Effort and more...
Each of our Inspectors are educated, certified, and insured to meet and/or exceed the State of Maryland law.

 

 

Because we are a professional Carroll County home inspection company, our inspectors are familiar with a wide variety of situations and employ the latest technology and tools. We have the training, expertise, experience, and tools to find and report issues that, if not corrected in time, may lead to expensive repairs.

By using Advanced Home Inspection, LLC, you benefit from experienced, trained, and certified inspectors that deliver reports that meet or exceed national standards. As a company and inspectors, we encourage your presence during your Baltimore home inspection. By being present at the home inspection our professional inspector can familiarize you with the home and explain things to you as they move through the house.

Call Advanced Home Inspection today at 443-925-9971 or E-mail us at bryant@mdahi.com for your custom home inspection quote. You can also click on this link to book your Carroll County home inspection online!

We provide the following inspections in the Carroll County Area:

Residential Inspections
Starting as low as $150.00

Lead Paint Inspections
Starting as low as $175.00

Radon Inspections
Statring as low as $75.00

Thermal Imaging
Starting as low as $300.00

Call today to schedule your inspection, (443) 925-9971 or email me at Bryant@MDAHI.com.

 

Information about Carroll County, Maryland (from Wikipedia.org):

Links to Resources in Carroll County, Maryland:

Carroll County Government:  www.ccgov.carr.org
Carroll County Public Schools: www.carrollk12.org
Carroll County Times:  www.carrollcountytimes.com
Carroll County Today:  www.carrollcountytoday.com

 

History

Carroll County is a county located in the U.S. state of Maryland. In 2010, its population was 167,134. Its county seat is Westminster.  Carroll County is a part of the Baltimore-Washington Metropolitan Area. While predominantly rural, the county has become increasingly suburban in recent years.Carroll County was created in 1837[1] from parts of Baltimore and Frederick Counties, see Hundred (division). It was named for Charles Carroll of Carrollton (1737–1832), signer of the American Declaration of Independence.[2]

During the American Civil War, the population of Carroll County was sharply divided between supporters of the Union and the Confederacy.[3] In 1863, there were significant troop movements through the county as part of the Gettysburg campaign. On June 29, 1863, the cavalry skirmish known as Corbit's Charge was fought in the streets of Westminster, when two companies of Delaware cavalry attacked a much larger Confederate force under General J.E.B. Stuart.

 Geography

Topographically, Carroll County is located within the Piedmont Plateau region, with characteristic upland terrain of rolling hills and deciduous forest. The most prominent relief is Parr's Ridge, which bisects the county from southwest to northeast. The highest point is in the northeastern part of the county on Dug Hill along Deep Run Road.

Carroll County is bordered on the north by the Mason-Dixon Line with Pennsylvania, and on the south by Howard County across the South Branch of the Patapsco River. About half of the eastern border, with Baltimore County, is formed by the North Branch of the Patapsco River and by Liberty Reservoir, though the northern half near Manchester and Hampstead is a land border. Carroll County is bordered on the west by Frederick County, across the Monocacy River and Sam's Creek. Other major streams in the county include Big Pipe Creek, Little Pipe Creek, and Double Pipe Creek, Bear Branch, and the headwaters of the Gunpowder Falls. The Piney Run Reservoir is in the southern part of the county.

Three railroad lines cross Carroll County. The old Baltimore and Ohio (B&O) Old Main Line crosses the southern part of the county from east to west, with former stations in Sykesville and Mount Airy. The original Western Maryland Railway (WM) main line track runs southeast to northwest through Carrollton, Westminster, New Windsor, and Union Bridge. The old Baltimore and Hanover Railroad (later acquired by WM) runs further to the east through Hampstead, Millers, and Lineboro. Two of these railroad lines are now operated by CSX Transportation; the former WM main line is now operated by Maryland Midland Railway.

According to the 2000 census, the county has a total area of 452.40 square miles (1,171.7 km2), of which 449.13 square miles (1,163.2 km2) (or 99.28%) is land and 3.27 square miles (8.5 km2) (or 0.72%) is water.[4]