Approximately 80% of all homes nationwide are inspected prior to closing, and this number is rising! The home inspection has become a standard part of the real estate transaction in most states.

Standard Inspections

Normally conducted for Buyers so they receive an overview and "Non-Biased" opinion of the home they are looking at. This is a complete inspection with a written report designed to inform and educate a buyer about the overall condition of the home.

Move-in Certified Inspections

Primarily for Sellers who want to know what is wrong, and gives them the opportunity to repair the home before a Buyers inspector finds problems.

Builder’s Warranty Inspections

This is a great tool for homeowners who purchase a "New Home". This inspection is normally conducted before the 1st year of warranty runs out by the builder.

Maintenance Inspections

There are more than 3,000 operating components in a home, they do wear out. This occurs quielty and slowly, so most people forget or do not notice minor problems as they begin.

Relocation Inspections

When moving into or out of an area, it is a great idea to have an expert in the area look at the home you are purchasing. Construction techniques vary around the country that you may not be familiar with.

Ancillary Inspections

Such as radon, pool/spa, carbon monoxide, etc.

Commercial Inspections

These inspections are designed for understanding the facility as well as looking out for the safety of anyone that may be entering the premisis.