Benefits Of A Home Inspection

Home Inspections

Property Inspections, are dedicated to serving clients with the best comprehensive, detailed, and unbiased inspection of your home or your future home. inspectors are highly trained in identifying residential construction defects, maintenance problems, and safety issues that can be present in your home. understand that your home or your future home is a place where you and your family will live, grow, and create memories.

inspection process is to help educate clients on the current condition of their home by conducting an extensive unbiased overview of the home are inspecting. use state-of-the-art technology to deliver inspection reports in a fast and accurate format that is easy to understand


Buyers use this information to negotiate the most favorable final selling price for a property they want to buy. The inspector identifies problem areas so buyers can get repair quotes from reputable tradespeople—and then ask the sellers for price reductions to offset the costs of anticipated repairs.


Sellers use the home inspection report to help them decide whether to correct any problems that might lower offers or be viewed as barriers by potential buyers and to reassure buyers right from the beginning—and increasing the likelihood of getting better offers on their property.

Easy-To-Read Inspection Reports

Buyers and sellers alike use the home inspection report to help guide them in their future home buying/selling decisions.


Simply attend the walk-through portion of the inspection, and if you are not completely satisfied at the end of the inspection, not only will we refund/waive inspection fee (100%), will also pay for another certified inspector of your choice (100%)… are so confident in what do that are willing to back it up… 200%.


We’ll Buy Your Home Back Guarantee. If miss anything, buy your house back. Worry Free Purchase Power: You won’t need it (because really great at what do) but know peace of mind is everything sometimes.


Certified Professional Home Inspectors have years of experience in construction prior to becoming a InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspectors. worked on, managed, and inspected homes built in every decade since the early-1800s. seen it before.


Your home inspection will usually take 2-3 hours, depending on the size and condition of the home. You’re welcome to follow along as inspect, but many of clients prefer to arrive near the end of the inspection for a 30 minute to 1 hour “inspection review”, which is an opportunity for you to ask any questions you might have as walk-through the house together reviewing anything might have found.


After the inspection & walk-through, you get to decide if earned your money or not. If you are not completely satisfied, not only will refund/waive inspection fee (100%), will also pay for another certified inspector of your choice (100%)… are so confident in what do that are willing to back it up… 200%


Choosing the right home inspector can be difficult. Unlike most professionals you hire, you probably won’t meet me until our appointment. Furthermore, different inspectors have varying qualifications, equipment, experience, reporting methods, and pricing.

Ultimately, a thorough home inspection depends heavily on the individual inspectors own effort, their ability to identify concerns and a clear reporting system that gives you actionable items that need your attention. If you’re looking for a caring and constructive approach to home inspecting, then that is what you will get with me. I won’t waste your time, I’ll answer all your questions and you”ll be empowered with the important info to make your decision.

What I Inspect


Learn about the three levels of chimney inspection as laid out by the National Fire Protection Association.


inspect roof coverings, structure, gutters, downspouts and more.


Insulation and ventilation. check for rhodent damage, water damage from a leaky roof, the condition of the insulation, and the condition of the roof from the bottom.


If there is no basement, go into the crawlspace to investigate the condition of the foundation.


check to see if you need to do some land grading near your house’s foundation to correct drainage issues


Walkways, exterior doors, eaves, soffits, fascia and more.


Built-in appliances, doors, windows, flooring and more.


Sinks, tubs, faucets, shut-off valves and more.


check the service drop, mast, meter & base, grounding, outlets and more.


All major heating and cooling systems to make sure you get them in working order.


make sure your hub for home repair is in good repair.


The deck is for relaxing. Make sure you can relax about your deck’s condition.

Protect Your Family and Your Investment

I’ll personally conduct your inspection using the highest professional standards, and then deliver the accurate, objective report you need. Whether you’re the buyer, seller or agent, I’ll focus squarely on your best interest and peace of mind.

you can breathe easy knowing that:

use state-of-the-art equipment. monitor your home’s radon levels using a special testing device.

experienced. licensed by the Department of Agriculture, and we passed the National Home Inspection exam with flying colors. also have 40 years of exterior construction experience under belts.

look out for your family. members of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), meaning up-to-date with the latest industry practices.

After spending several weekends looking at houses, completing your loan application and daydreaming about home décor, you’ve finally made an offer on a home. Don’t start celebrating just yet. Do your due diligence by scheduling a home inspection

know what you’re thinking: “I’ve lived in my home for a long time. Do I really need a home inspection?” Yes, you do. You should schedule home inspection services today if:

You want to know about minor issues that could become major problems.

You want to stay on top of your home maintenance.

You want the upper hand during negotiations if you’re selling your home soon.

The Home Inspection Services include:

• Foundation and framing

• Interior walls, ceilings, floors, steps, railings

• Electrical boxes and protection devices

• Plumbing


• Garage doors and operators

• Attic insulation and ventilation

• Roof, including eaves, soffits, fascia, skylights, chimneys, flues

• Exterior, including siding/trim, decks/patios, porches/balconies, walkways, railings, driveways, grading/draining, vegetation, insect issues

Home Inspections You Can Trust

Whether you’re buying or selling your home, or you’re a real estate broker, AmeriSpec can help. team of certified commercial and residential home inspectors has the knowledge and resources to inspect your home professionally – giving you the peace of mind you need to make the right decision. Elsewhere, commercial property inspectors offer commercial building inspections too.

Don’t Let The Home Of Your Dreams Become A Nightmare

Buying a home can be an anxious time. You have found the home of your dreams, but are concerned that it may have poor workmanship or problems such as cracks in the foundation, old or deteriorating plumbing, a faulty heating system, or unsafe or dated electrical wiring. It’s because of these possible problems that you should call the professionals

No matter how much you know, or think you know, or how many friends and relatives you have in the trades, there’s no substitute for the qualified expertise of a trained inspector. A trained inspector knows what to look for, what to focus on and how to assess thousands of different elements of the property. Once the thorough pre-buy home inspection is complete a report is produced that will help you secure your investment, help you understand how you home works, eliminate surprise problems, and bring you the peace of mind you are looking for. A good, thorough, comprehensive inspection report will help you make the right decision


home inspection report is free to view, and attached to the official real estate listing with the agent’s website and listing information. If you’re selling your house, or thinking about selling your house, an OnDemand report makes it easier and more efficient for everyone involved in the home selling and home buying process

The pre-listing report ensures full disclosure at the time of the sale, giving potential buyers more confidence. Getting an inspection and report before listing your home also gives you the chance to fix or make allowance for items that could negatively affect your asking price. This results in more leverage over the price and allows everyone to understand the true condition of your home. The inspection report also ensures that negotiations will be easier, with fewer conditions, and should only have to happen once. No surprises will be found during an inspection after an offer has been made