Home Inspection

 What is expected of a home inspector?

Simply put, a home inspector should be a knowledgeable professional with a positive attitude and people skills that are rivaled only by his communication and reporting skills.


Before the inspection starts, numerous communications take place. Each one contributes to the overall inspection process. The inspector and the company he represents must instill confidence in the buyer, real estate professional, lawyer, and other parties involved in the transaction.

As the inspector is performing the inspection, the client receives first-hand explanations about the major systems in the home. The client has the opportunity to ask questions, which is invaluable, and receives objective answers.


Buying a home is one of the most important investment decisions you will make in your lifetime. As such, it makes sound financial sense to enlist the services of a qualified home inspection company to ensure your home is as solid and secure on the inside as it is on the outside.


A home inspection will determine the structural and mechanical soundness of your home. Your home inspector will identify existing and potential problem areas, suggest practical low-cost solutions, and provide estimates regarding costs for any work required. Shortly after the inspection has taken place, a report summarizing the findings is generally provided to the potential purchaser.


By commissioning a home inspection prior to purchase, you're protecting both yourself and your investment, as well as buying a little peace-of-mind.


Home inspection costs often range according to size, age, and location of the home. Daryl and Madlen can recommend a reputable home inspection service or arrange for a home inspector to visit your property.