Buyers Inspection

Buyers Inspection

Buyers looking for: Single Family Home Inspection / Townhomes / Condos / Multi-units

A home inspection:

  • Identifies health  and safety concerns for you and your family
  • Identifies major deficiencies in the home that could be costly to repair
  • Is a maintenance education for you as a home buyer, so you can maintain your investment



Only you can make the decision of what home is right for you! Let us be the home inspection professionals who can give you an objective insight into the structure you hope to call home.

A few things we look for...

Health and Safety Concerns for You and Your Family

  • Egress
  • Walkways and Balconies
  • Locks
  • Moisture that can lead to mold
  • Electrical Systems and Hazards
  • Fire Safety Features
  • Smoke and Carbon Monoxide alarms
  • Gas Leaks
  • Structural Integrity
  • Handrails

Home health and safety are on the top of our list when we inspect your home. You and your family should feel comfortable and at peace knowing you have put in place the right precautions to avoid life’s mishaps. Don’t let your house be the cause of your next ER visit.

Major Deficiencies Resulting In Costly Repairs

Making one of the largest purchases in your lifetime can be overwhelming and exhausting.  Discovering a costly repair on move-in day could be devastating. To help reduce potential stress, we inspect for major deficiencies and provide a written report with recommendations on the following areas of concern:

  • Roof
  • Foundation
  • Attic
  • Crawlspace
  • Siding
  • Moisture caused by leaks
  • Major Appliances (built-in range and/or ovens, cooktop, garbage disposal, dishwasher, built-in microwave)
  • Water heater
  • Furnace
  • Electrical hazards

Be sure to follow the recommendations give so you can move in with ease!

Maintenance Education

Don’t let routine maintenance go undone, resulting in large or costly repairs. Our inspectors can help you protect your investment by providing maintenance advice on the following items:

  • Seasonal landscaping upkeep
  • Winterization for outside water access
  • Roof repairs
  • Annual services for appliances
  • Upkeep of exterior siding
  • Life extension for home components