Certain components and elements are outside the scope of a Home Inspection. Often times, these components require a specialized Technician to provide an evaluation.
Buying a home can be time-consuming process. In an effort to provide GREAT Customer Service, we can help coordinate many of the additional inspection/evaluation services you may need, including:
Contact us anytime for a copy of a sample
Home Inspection Report.
The purchase of a home is one of the single most important decisions you will make. A Comprehensive Home Inspection is an important tool to help you understand what you are buying.
As a Buyer, you may be seeing the layout, neighborhood, price and your future in a home but you may not be seeing potential issues.
Our experienced Home Inspectors will provide an unbiased, thorough evaluation in a detailed, checklist with narrative style report including photos. Our goal is to ensure the structure and components of a home are safe and operating as intended. If problems are found, your report will include information on the issue or potential issue and may include recommendation for further evaluation or correction.
A thorough Home Inspection Report provides you with the knowledge to understand what you are buying, through the eyes of a trained, experienced professional.
A home inspection is a visual evaluation of the structure and components of a home. We will inspect/evaluate structural elements, exterior elements, roofing, plumbing and electrical, heating and cooling systems, interior elements, insulation and ventilation, built-in appliances, attached garages.
We adhere to the Standards of Practice of the North Carolina Home Inspector Licensing Board. An overview of what we inspect can be found here.
If areas of the home or certain elements are unable to be inspected, this will be noted in the Pre-Inspection Agreement.
You are welcome to contact us anytime with specific questions!
Peace of mind before you buy.