What to Expect

from Your Inspection

Certified & Professional
Certified & Professional
You are our priority
You are Our Priority
Building Experience
Building Experience
Quality Report
Quality Report
Follow-up Support
Follow-up Support

It’s far too easy to become attached to a home. We are here to provide you with an independent, professional opinion so you can make the right choice.

A home inspection is an objective visual inspection of the physical structure and systems of the home. The inspection will arm you with detailed, unbiased information.

We’ll uncover building defects, necessary repairs, safety hazards, and preventative maintenance issues that could cost you a lot of money down the road. We’ll also help you understand which problems are major, and which problems can be corrected inexpensively.

Roof

The roof is your first line of defense against the elements. We will examine the roof, its structure, shingles/tiles, flashing, gutters, downspouts and more.

Exterior

This includes the exterior walkways and doors, siding, eaves and soffits, fascia, paint, and other such elements of the home’s exterior.

Exterior

We will visually inspect the HVAC systems including ducts, filters, furnaces and air conditioning units.

Plumbing

We will visually inspect plumbing fixtures for proper function, including tubs, sinks, hoses, showers, and water shut-off valves, and look for leaks and other such flaws.

Electrical Systems

We will visually inspect both interior and exterior electrical systems including service drops, service masts, grounding, outlets, meters, circuit breakers, and other such systems.

Appliances

We will test and examine all major appliances like hot water heaters, washers and dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, and more.

Doors, Windows & Interior

We will check doors and windows for proper sealing and drafts, signs of mold or water damage, and more. We will also check the condition of all interior spaces.

Foundations, Basements and Crawl Spaces

We will examine the foundation, crawlspaces and basements to look for signs of things like past water damage, foundation cracking or shifting, and other such potentially expensive issues.