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Home Buyer Inspection

One Step Closer to Your New Home


Purchasing a home requires a significant financial investment and may seem like an endless series of critical, important decisions. Inspecting the physical condition of the home’s systems and components is an important part of this process and will aid you in making an informed decision while minimizing risk.

You will receive a written inspection report describing the following:

  • Structural Systems
    • Foundations
    • Grading & Drainage
    • Roof Covering Materials
    • Roof Structures & Attics
    • Walls (Interior & Exterior)
    • Ceilings & Floors
    • Doors (Interior & Exterior)
    • Windows
    • Stairways (Interior & Exterior
    • Fireplaces & Chimneys
    • Porches, Balconies, Decks, and Carports
  • Electrical Systems
    • Service Entrance and Panels
    • Branch Circuits, Connected Devices, and Fixtures
  • Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning Systems
    • Heating Equipment
    • Cooling Equipment
    • Duct Systems, Chases, and Vents
  • Plumbing Systems
    • Plumbing Supply, Distribution Systems and Fixtures
    • Drains, Wastes, and Vents
    • Water Heating Equipment
    • Hydro-Massage Therapy Equipment
  • Appliances
    • Dishwashers
    • Food Waste Disposers
    • Range Hood and Exhaust Systems
    • Ranges, Cooktops, and Ovens
    • Microwave Ovens
    • Mechanical Exhaust Vents and Bathroom Heaters
    • Garage Door Operators
    • Dryer Exhaust Systems
  • Optional Systems 
    • Landscape Irrigation (Sprinkler) Systems
    • Swimming Pools, Spas, Hot Tubs, and Equipment
    • Outbuildings
    • Private Water Wells
    • Private Sewage Disposal (Septic) Systems
  • FREE Wood Destroying Insect Report (Termite Inspection)

Reports are presented and e-mailed on-site with color photos and easy to understand findings. Every home inspection customer receives a lifetime subscription to HomeBinder ($300+ value). Your personal HomeBinder.com account will have your inspection reports and photos, educational videos which are site-specific to the home as well as additional resources and maintenance reminders already uploaded to your online binder.

A Company You Can Trust

Choosing an Inspector means choosing someone you can trust to provide you with a comprehensive analysis of the home’s major systems and components—honestly and objectively, apart from anyone’s interests other than your own.


Buyer’s Guide to Home Inspections

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