Regardless of whether the house you’re interested in buying or selling was recently built, or built a few years or even a few decades ago, they all have some minor or major defects hidden that need to be discovered.

When you schedule your inspection with us, you will be the only inspection we have scheduled for that day. Whether it takes us a couple of hours or most of the day, we will not rush to get it done. We’ll encourage you and your real estate agent to be present during the inspection and to ask as many questions as you may have regarding the house and the inspection. Remember, we work for YOU, the home buyer/seller. Our report will be sent to you and your agent within 24-48 hours after the inspection.

Our Services

Residential Home Inspection

Single Family Homes, Townhomes, Condos, Small Multi-Family (up to 4 units) – Buyer or Pre-Listing Inspections

Tenant Ready Inspections

Have one rental property, or several units? You can move in your tenants with confidence after our inspection.

Infrared Thermography

We are a Level 1 Certified Infrared Thermographer and use an infrared camera in all of our inspections to help us find defects that are not visible to the naked eye – like moisture intrusion, electrical panel overcurrent, deficiency of insulation, etc.

11-Month Warranty Inspection

We will do a follow-up inspection 11 months after the original inspection for FREE!

Sewer Scope

Know the condition of your drain and sewer system before you buy your home.

Radon Testing

Coming Soon

What We Inspect


This includes the condition of:

  • The roof coverings
  • Gutters
  • Downspouts
  • Vents
  • Flashings
  • Skylights
  • Chimneys
  • Roof penetrations and the general structure

Attic, Insulation & Ventilation

The home inspector will look at the insulation and ventilation of unfinished spaces, including:

  • Attics
  • Crawlspaces
  • Foundation areas
  • Exhaust systems


  • Siding
  • Windows
  • Exterior doors
  • Flashing & trim
  • Walkways
  • Driveways
  • Stairs
  • Patios & decks
  • Drainage


Plumbing tends to get the most attention due to the impacts a water penetration can have on a home. The home inspector will check:

  • Main water & fuel supply shut-off valves
  • Water heater
  • Interior water supply
  • Toilets
  • Sinks
  • Tubs
  • Showers
  • Drains
  • Waste & vent systems

Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace & Structure

  • Foundation movement
  • Cracks
  • Structural concerns
  • Indication of water penetration


The condition of the cooling system, location of thermostat, energy source and the type of cooling system you have in the home.


The condition of the heating system, location of thermostat, energy source and the type of heating system you have in the home.


The home inspector will inspect:

  • The visible portions of the fireplace & chimneys
  • Lintels
  • Damper doors
  • Cleanout doors & frames


This section includes:

  • The service drop (where the electrical company connects to your home)
  • Conductors
  • Service head and mast
  • Electrical main
  • Panelboards
  • Grounding switches
  • Light fixtures
  • Outlets
  • The presence of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors

Doors, Windows & Interior

This includes a representative number (some inspectors check all) of:

  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Floors
  • Walls
  • Ceilings
  • Stairs
  • Railings
  • The garage door and openers