Residential Inspections


We encourage you to be present at the inspection and walk around the house with the inspector during the inspection process. This allows you to ask any questions you may have about the home we are inspecting.

After the inspection is complete, you will receive your inspection report, please feel free to call us with any questions.

Pre Listing Inspection

A pre-listing inspection can help a seller identify major and minor repairs before the house goes up for sale. This type of inspection will ensure the seller is aware of any conditions that may exist prior to the listing of the property. Pre-sale inspections can determine which items and issues can or will affect a sale or the profitability of a sale. Bottom line: a home inspection prior to listing your property can be a safety net alerting you to any unforeseen issues that could affect your profitability, or even delay the sale.

Walk Through Inspection

A walk through inspection is a home inspection without a written report or pictures. It is done by the inspector with you and typically your realtor, to give you a better understanding of the condition of your present home or the home you are considering buying. The inspector will also discuss maintenance issues during the inspection. Again this inspection gives you the opportunity to have the home looked at by an unbiased, professional before you consider making an offer.

A Complete Home Inspection

A home inspection entails the inspection of all visible and readily accessible areas of the structure to determine the overall condition of the property. All the while identifying issues with the house. All our home inspections include a detailed and comprehensive written report detailing any defect in components and systems that may affect the value of the property in question. Your decision to purchase a home is equally important to us and we want to ensure you have the correct information you need before you sign on the dotted line.

We Inspect:

  • Roofing

  • Building Exterior

  • Exterior Grounds

  • Walkways & Driveways

  • Decks, Porches & Patios

  • Building Interior

  • Doors & Windows

  • Heating & Air Conditioning Systems

  • Electrical Systems

  • Plumbing Systems

  • Basements & Crawlspaces

  • Attics

  • Insulation and Ventilation

After the inspection is complete, you will receive your inspection report. Our comprehensive home inspection reports will give you detailed information about the condition of your home on the day of the inspection.

Our report will give you a written record of your home's strengths and weakness so that you can make choices regarding the inspection's findings.

Please feel free to contact us with any questions about the report you received.

We are here before, during and long after the inspection is complete to assist you with any of your Inspection needs.

NYS requires home inspectors to be licensed, insured and to follow the NYS Code of Ethics and Regulations and the Standards of Practice.