YOUR LEADER FOR RESIDENTIAL HOME INSPECTIONS
Work with the Best
InterNACHI® inspectors are trained and certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors, the world’s largest association of residential and commercial property inspectors. InterNACHI® provides its members with accredited training and education, free benefits, expert advice, and peer support—all to help them serve their homeowner-clients with the highest-quality inspections for their largest investments.
List with Confidence
Are you selling your home? Let us inspect it before you even list it. A Move-In Certified Seller Inspection alerts you to any defects or problems with your home so that you can address them before prospective buyers discover them. You can then take the time you need to obtain reasonable repair estimates. Show prospective buyers that you're dealing in good faith. Avoid 11th-hour negotiations and delays, and justify your full asking price by having your home pre-inspected now.
Buy with Peace of Mind
If the client’s participating Certified Professional Inspector® misses anything in the inspection, InterNACHI will buy back the home. It’s that simple. There’s no deductible and no “weasel” clauses. Here are the no-frills terms of this groundbreaking Buy-Back Guarantee: Honored for 90 days after closing. Valid for home inspections performed for home buyers by participating InterNACHI members. We'll pay whatever price the client paid for the home.
Leave nothing to chance!
If you are buying your first home or building your dream home let us help protect your investment by ensuring that you have all of the information you need. Let’s face it, buying a home is a BIG deal. We believe that everything that can be known about a property, should be known BEFORE you buy. Our inspectors are subject matter experts certified by InterNACHI, the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. All of our inspectors have earned the designation of Certified Professional Inspector.
Every inspection includes: Roof covering materials, gutters, downspouts, Vents, Flashing, Skylights, Chimney, and Other Roof Penetrations & General Structure of the Roof (from the readily accessible panels, doors or stairs) Exterior Wall-Covering Materials, Eaves, Soffits and Fascia, Windows (a representative number), all Doors, Flashing and Trim, Adjacent Walkways and Driveways, Stairs, Steps, Stoops, Stairways and Ramps, Porches, Patios, Decks, Balconies and Carports, Railings, Guards and Handrails, Vegetation, Surface Drainage, Retaining Walls and Grading of the Property (where they may adversely affect the structure due to moisture intrusion), Basement, Foundation, Crawlspace & Structure, Heating System (using normal operating controls), Cooling System (using normal operating controls), Main Water Supply Shut-Off Valve, Main Fuel Supply Shut-Off Valve, Water Heating Equipment (including the energy source, venting connections, temperature/pressure-relief (TPR) valves, Watts 210 valves, and seismic bracing), Interior Water Supply (including all fixtures and faucets, by running the water), All Toilets (for proper operation by flushing), All Sinks, Tubs and Showers (for functional drainage), Drain, Waste and Vent System, Drainage Sump Pumps (with accessible floats), The Electrical Service Drop, Overhead Service Conductors and Attachment Point, Service Head, Gooseneck and Drip Loops, Service Mast, Service Conduit and Electric Meter and Base Raceway, Service-Entrance Conductors, Main Service Disconnect, Panelboards and Over-Current Protection Devices (circuit breakers and fuses), Service Grounding and Bonding, Switches, Lighting Fixtures and Receptacles, Ground-Fault Circuit Interrupter Receptacles and Circuit Breakers, Presence of Smoke and Carbon-Monoxide Detectors, Fireplaces and Chimneys (readily accessible and visible portions), Lintels Above the Fireplace Openings, Damper Doors (by opening and closing them, if readily accessible and manually operable), Cleanout Doors and Frames, Insulation in Unfinished Spaces (including attics, crawlspaces and foundation areas), Ventilation of Unfinished Spaces (including attics, crawlspaces and foundation areas), Mechanical Exhaust Systems in the Kitchen, Bathrooms and Laundry Area, and Garage Vehicle Doors.