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Pro-Chek Home Inspection Services offer radon, mold and asbestos testing, and is a licensed radon lab. They are also a comprehensive home inspection company.

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Factors that raised the rating for Pro Chek Home Inspection Services include:

  • Length of time business has been operating.
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  • Response to 3 complaint(s) filed against business.
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Customer Complaints Summary Read complaint details

3 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 1 closed in last 12 months
Complaint Type Total Closed Complaints
Advertising/Sales Issues 0
Billing/Collection Issues 0
Delivery Issues 1
Guarantee/Warranty Issues 0
Problems with Product/Service 2
Total Closed Complaints 3

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0 Customer Reviews on Pro Chek Home Inspection Services
Customer Experience Total Customer Reviews
Positive Experience 0
Neutral Experience 0
Negative Experience 0
Total Customer Reviews 0

Additional Information

BBB file opened: August 29, 1996 Business started: 01/01/1989 Business started locally: 01/01/1989 Business incorporated: 07/23/1993 in CT
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Department of Consumer Protection
165 Capitol Ave, Hartford CT 06106
Phone Number: (860) 713-6300

Type of Entity


Business Management
Mr. Mike Sudano, President Mr. Thomas J. Baldwin, Vice President Mr. Ed Milot, CEO
Contact Information
Principal: Mr. Mike Sudano, President
Business Category

Home Inspection Service Water Analysis Radon Testing & Service Mold Consulting & Testing Building Inspection Energy Management & Conservation Consultant Environmental & Ecological Services Building Inspection Services (NAICS: 541350)

Alternate Business Names
Home Chek Real Estate Services, Inc.

Additional Locations

  • 100 Mill Plain Rd

    Danbury, CT 06811 (203) 830-4500 (800) 338-5050


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Complaint Detail(s)

5/7/2014 Problems with Product/Service | Read Complaint Details

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Complaint: Hired ProCheck for home inspectors as we were purchasing our home. We were informed mold was in the basement by ProChek however ProChek concluded it could be cleaned by the seller and it was not black mold. ProCheck then returned to ensure all repairs were done correctly by Seller and signed off on mold being cleaned. Two weeks after moving in we noticed mold behind a molding in our upstairs room, called an EPA mold remediator and they inspected the entire home. The mold remediator stated the mold was never cleaned in the one room of the basement that ProChek signed off on being cleaned and that in fact our basement was filled with high levels of black mold. ProChek did not note that there was water damage in other areas of the basement, which in fact had black mold. Our repairs cost $3400, this does not include the cost of having to install new walls and floors because they were removed during the remediation. We feel as buyers that we lost the opportunity to 1-negotiate repairs for seller to pay, 2-lower our bid price on the home, 3-walk away from the home purchase. We have not been able to move into our home yet and were stuck paying another month's rent in our apartment.

Desired Settlement: We would like ProChek to cover cost of remediation because repairs were signed off as being completed when in fact that area was not cleaned. Also, ProChek did not note water damage in other areas of the basement, as well as other areas in the basement having visible mold. If they were not professional mold remediators they should not advise clients that mold could be cleaned by themselves (sellers). Nor should they sign off on repairs of mold being cleaned if they are not trained to do so

Business Response:

Our firm performed an inspection for Mrs. Philios a* * ****** **** **** ** ********* ** on December 21st, 2013. At that time our report specifically identified the presence of mold (Pages 19 & 20) of the inspection report. Our responsibility as an inspection company is to alert the client to the presence of mold which we clearly did.

We do not have any knowledge of what client negotiate with sellers and in this particular case we do not know what Mrs. Philios requested the seller to do about the mold. At the time of the final walk thru  on February 17th, 2014 we checked to make sure all of the systems were wworking in the home and we checked to see if any seller repairs were made. What was presented to our inspector at that time did not include any mold mitigation documents by a professional environmental firm.

We explained to Mrs. Philios to check her contract with the sellers to see what she agreed to, if anything, regarding the removal of mold. Also, Mrs. Philios should have had an environmental firm in after getting our original report which identified the presence of mold. We do not understand why she waited until after her closing.

We have fullfilled our obligation to this client. We identified the presence of mold. It is her responsibility to understand what she negotiated with the seller.


Michael Sudano

Consumer Response:

Complaint: 10001866

I am rejecting this response because:  ProChek Home Inspections informed me the mold could be cleaned by the Seller and that it in fact was not toxic mold (our mold remediator found ************ and *********** - two types of toxic mold).  We trusted ProChek's response when they stated Seller could clean the mold.  At no point were we pointed to seek out a mold remediator because we were told the mold in the one area of our basement was effervescence/slight moisture.  After we negotiated that with Seller, ProChek then signed off on all repairs made to the contract were completed satisfactory by Seller (proof attached in original email/complaint and attached hereto Page 8).  ProChek's rebuttal to the BBB stated mold can be cleaned by remediator - how can they sign off on repairs being done then if they don't have any documentation of work being done?  Our two mold companies also stated the mold was not cleaned where Seller's had agreed and found mold in three other areas of our basement (two of which were visible and ProChek had failed to note in our inspection).  We would like monetary settlement for our loss.


Robert Philios

Business Response: As we stated previously and as we reported in the inspection report, mold was identified. During the final walk thru we inspect to make sure all systems are functioning and we check items that the buyer advises us have been corrected by the seller. We do not conduct mold swab testing to determine the variety of mold. We identified the mold issue and we examined what we were told to examine at the final walk thru. The client should obtain documents from the seller to include copies of invoices to show what type of work was done to clean the mold that was reported to them in our report. We stand behind our reporting both during our initial inspection and our final walk thru.

BBB's Final Determination: After reviewing the position of all parties, BBB determined that the business made a reasonable offer to resolve the complaint. However the consumer did not accept the offer.

9/6/2013 Problems with Product/Service
9/18/2012 Delivery Issues