Frequently Asked Questions
A home inspection thoroughly examines a residential property to evaluate its current condition. It covers everything from the roof to the foundation and provides a comprehensive report of any issues found.
A home inspection is essential to identify any problems with a property before purchasing it. It helps you make an informed decision and gives you negotiating power to request repairs or a lower price.
The duration of a home inspection depends on the size and condition of the property. Typically, a standard inspection takes 2-4 hours to complete.
A home inspection includes assessing the home’s systems, structure, and components. This includes the roof, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, foundation, and more.
While it’s not required, it’s recommended that you attend the inspection. This allows you to ask questions and better understand the property’s condition.
No, a home inspection cannot fail. However, it can identify issues that must be addressed before purchasing the property.
If the inspection report identifies issues with the property, you can use this information to renegotiate the sale price or request that the seller make repairs.
The cost of a home inspection varies depending on the size and location of the property. However, the average price is typically between $300 to $500.
What qualifications do your inspectors have? Our inspectors are certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors and have extensive training and experience in home inspections.
We provide a detailed inspection report within 24-48 hours of completing the inspection. The report includes photos, descriptions, and recommendations for any issues found.