​​​​​What Does A Typical Home Inspection Cover?

A Typical Home Inspection covers:

  • Exterior Conditions & Surfaces
  • Roof, Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
  • Plumbing & Electrical Systems
  • Appliances
  • Heating & Cooling Systems
  • Foundations, Slabs & Floors
  • Walls & Ceilings
  • Garage & Driveway

What Does a Home Inspector do?

A home inspector should provide you with the knowledge and education of the home you own, or the home you are buying and provide a comprehensive report detailing the home and his findings.

What Type of Reports Do You Supply?

Some inspectors will simply give you a report full of check boxes and a sentence here or there where they find a deficiency, or only a list of pictures and deficiencies. We supply the most comprehensive and detailed narrative reports around. Our Home Buyer Inspection reports are generally from 30 to 40 pages, but can vary based on how many, or few, issues we find. The report discuss all aspects of the home, and include pictures with descriptions to better help you understand key points . Click the button below for a sample home inspection report.

Sample Home Buyer's Inspection Report (PDF)

How Much Does A Home Inspection Cost?

Pricing can very depending on type of inspection as well as the home's age, size and amenities. A home inspection is one of your most values steps when buying a home it can supply you with in depth analysis on the home and property. Click here to open our pricing page, or click the link at the top or bottom of this page.

How Long Does A Home Inspection Take?

A typical home inspection will take 1-3 hours depending on the type of inspection, and size and condition of the home.

​​​​​Should I Be There At The Inspection?

We strongly advised the buyer be present at the inspection so the inspector can describe in detail the conditions of your home as well as answer any questions you may have.

What Should I Bring To The Inspection?

We always recommend you wear something comfortable and bring a note pad. You will be given a tremendous amount of information which you may not be able to remember so it is important to write down key factors you may need to address right away.