A home inspection, or property inspection, is meant to give a realistic and preventative evaluation of a property. If you’re selling a property, you want to make a good impression and this means doing your best to reduce the number of items noted as deficient in the home inspection. Many times, buyers get nervous when they see a long list of issues…regardless of the severity. You should make a good effort to rid your property of as many of these issues as possible.

What a Home Inspection Covers

  • Structure and Foundation
  • Roof and Attic
  • Basements and Crawl Spaces
  • Gutters and Drainage
  • Heating and Air Conditioning Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Interior and Exterior Surfaces
  • Doors and Windows


Monthly Quality Control Tips

These easy-to-follow tips will help you make the best possible impression on an incoming inspector in your home or property. Bookmark our site and check back for regularly updated videos!

What is an Inspection? Tip 1:
What is an Inspection and What Does It Cover?
How to prepare for an inspection Tip 2:
How Should You Prepare for an Inspection?
(Part 1)
How to prepare for an inspection (Part 2) Tip 3:
How Should You Prepare for an Inspection?
(Part 2)
What happens after an inspection? Tip 4:
What Happens After An Inspection?
Moisture Issues Tip 5:
Moisture Problems
Radon Issues Tip 6:
Addressing Radon Concerns