Buyer Inspections

When we do inspections for potential buyers they are a thorough evaluation of the home you are interested in purchasing. The inspection takes between 2.5 hours and 4 hours to complete and we can have your finished inspection report, along with photos and graphics, sent to you by the end of the next day.  Included in your report is a section with a list of any deficiencies we find so that you don't have to sift through the entire report to find out the things you may need to know in order to make informed decisions. We are also happy to have you come to the property at the end of our inspection and we will give you a walk around tour of what we have discovered while doing our inspection. You can ask questions as we go and when you leave you will have a good idea of the condition of your new home.

We use the "ASHI Standards of practice" with all of our inspections. You can read the full detail of those practices at the following link:

Seller inspections

When you're thinking of selling your home we can give you an honest, thorough, and neutral party inspection which you can have on hand to help you in a number of ways. Let's face it, many buyers automatically get a home inspection when they purchase a home and yours will probably get inspected after the purchase agreement is signed. With a seller inspection you can be prepared in advance for what their inspector will most likely find.

  1. It will allow you the opportunity to address deficiencies and repair them before you go to market with the sale of your home. This can minimize the deficiencies on the buyer's report that they will have to consider when reading theirs.
  2. It can prepare you to have explanations already in place when the home is shown so that the potential buyer knows why the deficiency is there and what was done to cause or correct it.
  3. A seller's inspection can bring items to your attention that can aid you in determining your asking price when it goes onto the market.
  4. It can give you peace of mind to know what the buyer will see in their report and not be worried about the unknown after a purchase agreement is signed.

Check out my house inspection

Sometimes it's just smart to have your home checked over so that you can have peace of mind on what your homes condition is. These types of inspections are good for some of the following reasons:

  1. You are thinking of doing an addition, or a remodel on your home and need to know about the condition of certain areas before you cover those areas up with a remodel.
  2. You want to know what might need attention now so that it doesn't become a bigger (and usually more expensive) issue in the future. Also, there may be safety issues that you are not aware of that you can correct.
  3.  Some day you will probably be selling your home and why wait until you have lots of things to fix up fast when you can get an inspection now and have time to budget both time and resources at your own pace to get those things fixed.

We like you to attend the inspection if you want!

We encourage our customers to come to the home after we have done our inspection and walk the whole house with us. We can answer questions while looking right at the subject of your question. After a decade of home repair we can explain what your looking at and wondering about. We believe that a customer who pays for an inspection is simply looking to approach the property with their eyes wide open so that they can make the best decisions possible on how to proceed with the purchase. So ask away!

We are professionals at what we do

In our opinion we use the best equipment for the job, the best software for the reports, and our years of experience on how homes work, to get you a solid assessment of the home you are interested in. We are members of different groups of professionals that help us keep up with current changes that we should know about as inspectors, and we really love to help people learn about what they are buying!

Next Steps...

Give us a call today or send us an email to schedule an inspection for you or to answer any questions you may have.