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When we perform a home inspection for you, we will be visually inspecting every part of the property from the foundation to the roof. Every portion of the home that is accessible will be inspected, analyzed, and reported upon if covered in our mandated InterNACHI Standards of Practice. This includes operating items such as plumbing fixtures, windows, doors, HVAC systems and much more.

Buyer Inspections

A home inspection on an existing property is a fantastic way to learn about your future home, and can also be a really helpful tool for negotiations. A typical home inspection will last 2-4 hours and it is recommended that the client be with the inspector. We want you to educate yourself about the dwelling and if any issues are found, we would able to recommend what repairs will need to be completed. Our goal is to make you feel at ease with the process and learn about the property. All home inspections come in digital form.

Pre-Listing Inspections

This inspection is recommended for homes that are to be listed on the buyer’s market. We carefully inspect the structure and readily accessible systems for any defects that the seller needs to be aware of. This can create an opportunity for scheduling repairs at the seller’s discretion and to disclose issues to prospective buyers, decreasing the likelihood of stalled negotiations.

Maintenance Inspections

A home maintenance inspection is like a checkup for your home. We will examine the visible portions of a property’s structure, components, and systems to look for anything that might be in need of replacement or repair. An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure. Does this sound familiar?

Pricing starts at $300

Standard Inspection

Inspections start at $300, and prices can increase based on the size of the house, age and any additional services you choose to add to the inspection. We do offer thermal imaging at no additional cost.

New Construction

People might think it would be a waste of money to have a new home inspected, however, issues are often found by a home inspector that are not seen by a local code inspector. A home inspection for new construction can be an important part of your buying process, and can help make you feel more comfortable with your new home purchase.