A:   A general home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property, performed for a           fee, which is designed to identify defects within specific systems and components of the home. 

A:   Not unless it is a requirement by your lender for approval of your mortgage. However, I would strongly recommend to always have an inspection performed. This is probably the biggest investment you will ever make, why not get it inspected to assure yourself that is a great investment.

  1.  What is a General Home Inspection?

A:   I use a web based reporting software called Report Host. I deliver all  my reports electronically. I also deliver all my                      reports within 24 hours after your home inspection has occurred. I know that some Home Inspectors deliver their report on                sight, but I believe in taking a little extra time and care to go over the findings to give you the most reliable report possible. In           the event that you are not able to receive the report electronically we can discuss an alternate delivery method. You can find a          sample of my reports on the Customer Portal page.

A:    We all know that life has a way of throwing us curve balls when we least expect it. Canceling or rescheduling is never a problem. I just ask for at least 24 to 48 hours notice. Cancellations the day of the inspection will be subject to a fee totaling half of the inspection fee.  When your appointment was confirmed, that time was reserved for you. If you reschedule the day of the appointment no fee will be charged. 

3.  ​I have scheduled my home inspection, what can I do to prepare for the inspection?

8. ​ What forms of payment do you accept?

5.  How long will the inspection take?

6.   ​What if I need to cancel or reschedule?

2. ​Do I need a General Home Inspection?

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A:   Absolutely! I encourage all my clients to be present during the entire process. I want you to be able to ask questions, as well as,         understand how your home works.

​Still have more questions? Feel free to call or email me with any additional questions. I will answer them promptly.

A:  A home inspection generally takes 2 1/2 hours to 3 hours. However, this is a general guideline. I never schedule home                        inspections to close to one another. I want to spend as much time with you, my client, as need be, to answer all your questions.          You're my client, and I won't be satisfied until you are.

7.  How do I get my home inspection report?

A:   ​Paying for your home inspection just got easier. I now accept all forms of payment.

A:    ​Before your inspection, I would follow these great ten tips at this link

4.  May I be present during the home inspection?