Inspection Services


Our Buyer’s Home Inspections are completely comprehensive. We will accompany you through a walk through and inspection of the home you’re interested in buying and assess its condition using our multi-point home inspection checklist.

And, if we miss any major issues in your Home Inspection, we will buy your home back from you for the full purchase price!

All Home Inspections include the Roof Inspection at no additional charge!


Hazards and the inability to access the roof using a ladder may prevent other inspectors from being able to properly inspect it. Hiring an inspector who cannot fully inspect the roof could cost you thousands!

All of our Home Inspections include a Roof Inspection at no additional charge.  A standard roof inspection is for homes with a 1 story, easily accessible and walkable roof.  We will use a ladder to walk the roof which is usually the best method.  Non-walkable roofs and multi-story structures will require using our Drone with a high quality 48 Megapixel camera and 4k Video, if necessary.


Purchasing a Seller’s Pre-Listing Home Inspection is a great way for you know what repairs may be necessary to give you the best chance for a successful sale!  We provide Seller’s Move-In Certified Home Inspections that will help you attract more Buyers and give your home a head start on the competition.  Please ask us for more details on how we can help you and your Agent sell your home quicker.


Pools and Spas can be relaxing and therapeutic additions to any home, but only if they’re safe and properly maintained.  We will provide a comprehensive safety report so you will feel very comfortable the next time you want to take a dip!

Frequently Asked Questions

Day of Inspection

Should I walk around the house with you?

Absolutely. I’m happy to explain everything I’m looking at. There will be times where I need to focus and evaluate, but feel free to tag along and ask questions.

Can my agent be there too?

Yes! Agents are encouraged to be there and be engaged so they can know what they’re writing up in your Repair Request Addendum.

The Report

What should I be looking for?

My reports have lots of images to help you recall what you’re looking at. I break down my reports into areas that are safety hazards and other recommended items to fix/ask for.

The summary will be the most helpful area of the report, right at the top.

Will there be recommendations on who to call?

With each defect I include which type of contractor you will need to search for to get quotes.


Can I call you if I have questions after the I get the report?

Absolutely. This is one of my favorite parts. Call, text or email.


Can you give me some preferred contractors to call?

I have a few contractors that I’ve worked with in the past that I can recommend. I still recommend you contact at least 3 in each area for quotes and do your own research.