Who Needs a Home Inspection?
Purchasing a Home
We will do a complete home inspection to allow the potential buyer to make an informed decision on the condition of the home and possible repairs needed.
Selling a Home
When you are selling your home and have already found a buyer, you don’t want to have any surprise repairs pop up, or lose that potential buyer. We want you to be able to sell your house quickly and smoothly. Schedule a home inspection before you sell so that you can understand the cost of repairs that may be needed before you have a buyer.
Builder or Investor
Get an unbiased evaluation of a property to understand what you are purchasing or while your home is being built.
First Time Home Buyers
We understand that buying your first home can be overwhelming and we want to make sure you understand the health of the home you are buying and what potential repairs there could be, that way you are prepared in all areas of buying a home.
Property Inspections for
Single Family Homes
Other Inspections offered
Pool & Spa
Sewer Scope Camera
Sellers Pre-Listing Home Inspection
N-95 respirator or high-level respiratory protection
Eye protection or face shield
The Home Inspection Process
As a home inspection company, one thing that is crucial to us is being able to convey the home inspection finding to the buyer in the most friendly, non-aggressive, educative and informative way. We understand that his home purchase is the largest investment most buyers will every make. We want to make sure you have a peace of mind when you buy a property knowing what issues may be present and what repairs may be needed.
A normal home inspection will take around 2.5 to 3 hours. After the inspection is completed a review or walk about is done with the home buyer. We will go over the inspection finding and will educate them in the function of the main components of the home.
The inspection process is to create value to the buyer with an informational home inspection report for a better understanding regarding the visible and accessible property conditions of the home at the time of inspection.