Home Inspections

The primary mission of In-Site Inspections is to help promote consumer protection and safety for home buyers and sellers alike. A home inspection is a thorough walk through of a home conducted by a professional inspector. While inspections can be conducted for many reasons, they are most often conducted when buying a home, to reveal any issues that might become problems. In-Site Inspections offers services for New Constructions, Commercial Properties, Seller Inspections for home disclosures and Mold Inspections and Testing. Remember, a home inspection is an investment rather than an expense and our charge per inspection averages just $300.

If there are problems, In-Site Inspections can tell you which problems are small and which ones might be cause for concern. We also know little tricks to making quick fixes to the less important problems. HUD and FHA both recommend a home inspection to protect your investment. We recommend that you hire your own inspector not someone that is recommend by your Realtor or Broker. We schedule our inspections at your "Convenience".  Make sure that whatever inspector you do hire is certified by ASHI, NAHI or InterNACHI.

In-Site Inspections recommends that you be there so the home inspector can explain in person and answer any questions you may have about the home. In-Site Inspections completes 2 reports for you to make sure you have the facts.

Our Full Inspections include: Roof, vents, flashing's and trim - Gutters and downspouts - Skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations - Decks, stoops, porches, walkways, and railings - Eaves, soffit and fascia - Grading and drainage - Basement, foundation and crawlspace - Water penetration and foundation movement - Heating systems - Cooling systems - Main water shut off valves - Water heating system - Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets - Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats - Electrical service line and meter box - Main disconnect and service amperage - Electrical panels, breakers and fuses - Grounding and bonding - GFCI and AFCI Breakers and outlets - Fireplace damper door and hearth - Insulation and ventilation - Garage doors, safety sensors and openers - And much more.

Construction Inspections
- In-Site Inspections can help you with building a new home. Our expertise makes sure your Builder and your Builder's Subcontractors are building you the home that you're paying for. To assist you, In-Site Inspections offers a variety of professional New Construction Inspections specially designed to make sure your home is a "Good Home."

Mold Inspections and Testing - In-Site Inspections can assure you that the indoor environment where you and your family spend most of your time is safe, clean, and free from the danger of toxic mold. In-Site Inspections will investigate your indoor environment using a variety of certified mold inspection techniques and testing. In-Site Inspections will give you comprehensive results and detailed recommendations on how to eliminate hazardous mold growth in your home. A Mold Inspection should be done if you smell mildew or have water leaks in the home.

Pre-Listing Inspections - In-Site Inspections can help with legal implications of seller disclosure requirements that often put sellers in a difficult position.  A seller providing a home inspection can disclose all conditions found and make repairs before selling. By having a Seller Pre-Listing Inspection Report you have documentation to supplement your Seller Disclosure form. In-Site Inspections is "NOW OFFERING" to the seller, free re-inspections if repairs are completed.. Contact your Agent or In-Site Inspections to set up the pre-listing inspection for your home today.

Warranty Inspections
- In-Site Inspections knows that every new home in the tenth or eleventh month should be inspected before the warranty expires. In-Site Inspections has developed a New Home Warranty Inspection that is designed to help you catch the hidden problems that may exist in your new home before your warranty expires. Our comprehensive written and picture report has color digital photos, as well as a list of necessary repairs. Our inspection can easily pay for itself by saving you out-of-pocket repairs.