Our inspections follow the ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics. We use state of the art computer software and equipment to provide you with an electronic computer generated report, typically delivered by email by the end of the business day. We use digital photography to document items that need immediate attention, repair, or general maintenance. We use state of the art thermal imaging to find hidden moisture and areas where insulation is missing or not performing.

Before purchasing the home, have it inspected by a qualified professional home inspector. Look for one with a certification from the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI). Check ASHI.com to find an  inspector in your area.

It is important to be present at the time of the inspection. This way you can walk around with the inspector, see what he sees, ask questions, and really get to know your new home. The home inspector is working for you to find major deficiencies in the home and to identify areas that require immediate repair and maintenance.

Review the inspection report and ensure that all areas that need attention have been addressed. Make any necessary repairs and perform any maintenance recommended by the inspector. If a contractor or other professional is hired to do the work, make sure you are satisfied with the job. When choosing contractors or repair services be sure that individuals are licensed and insured.

Check out our posts below for information about common findings and conditions that we evaluate during our home inspection. Pages, in the right column, provide additional information and maintenance suggestions for the items in the home.


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