A home is like your car as it requires regular maintenance and periodic repairs. An inspection is like taking your car to a mechanic during a test drive.

Our Standard Home Inspection conforms to the Standards of Practice of the American Society of Home Inspectors, which is a visual evaluation of all the accessible areas of the home. Click here to view the Standards.

The Standard Home Inspection is very comprehensive and covers all areas of the home, inside and out, that are typically present the day you first move-in. The average sized house will have several hundred items evaluated during a Standard Home Inspection.
The Process:

The inspection usually begins around the outside, evaluating the driveway, sidewalks, drainage conditions, etc. We go step-by-step around the outside of the house, ending with a trip up to the roof. Yes, I actually do go onto the roof - at least I try as much as humanly possible and make it about 90% of the time. Inside, we usually start at the top by checking the attic and work our way down. And yes, I also try my best to actually crawl into most attics and crawl spaces - please feel free to accompany me. We go room-by-room, item-by-item until we reach the basement. The basement has most of the major mechanical systems and all are carefully inspected one-by-one.

All of the inspection data is entered on a state-of-the-art handheld tablet PC. Photographs are taken of any defects and these are all incorporated into the report. At the end of the inspection, your report is printed on-site, in full-color via a mobile printer. Click here to view my sample report. You will leave the site with your Inspection Folder containing your report as well as the book, my home (a $14.95 value), ASHI pamphlets on Home Maintenance, Our Standards of Practice and Tips on Mold/Mildew and Keeping Your Basement Dry.
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