Home Inspection

What Does the Home Inspection Process Look Like?


Schedule Your Home Inspection

Schedule an inspection online and wait for your confirmation email.


Meet Your Home Inspector

Your inspection will be performed by a Certified Professional Inspector.


Review Your Home Inspection Report

We will send your report within 24 hours of the inspection.

Our home inspections are performed by one of our trained and certified home inspectors at the request of the home buyer or sometimes the homeowner looking to maintain the home’s health or find any hidden issues. A home inspection is meant to identify any potential or existing problems with the home and typically covers:


The home’s foundation, basement, and structural components.


The roof's condition, life expectancy, and any repairs needed. This may include checking for signs of leaks, damaged shingles or tiles, or other roof-related problems.


The siding, windows, and doors. The inspector will check for cracks, decay, and other damage.

Interior Systems

The electrical, heating, air conditioning, and plumbing systems. This includes checking electrical outlets, light fixtures, the HVAC system, water heaters, and plumbing fixtures.

Interior Spaces

The walls, ceilings, floors, windows, and doors. They will also check insulation and ventilation, including those for the kitchen and bathrooms.

Attic and Basement

The presence of proper insulation, ventilation, and signs of leaks or water damage.

Fire Safety

The condition and functionality of smoke detectors, fireplaces, and fire sprinklers.


The grading and drainage of the property, condition of walkways, driveways, fences, and retaining walls.

After the inspection, our professional inspector provides a written report with results, detailing any safety concerns or major defects that could affect the buyer’s decision or bargaining power. This report can be used as a contingency in a purchase agreement, allowing the buyer to back out of the contract if the inspection reveals significant problems.

It’s worth noting that a home inspection is not a pass-or-fail exam, but rather a tool to inform the buyer of the home’s current condition. It does not guarantee the future condition, efficiency, or lifespan of the home or its systems.

What's Included in a Home Inspection