What is the price of a home inspection?

There are many factors that determine the price of a home inspection including the age of the home as well as square footage. To make getting the price to inspect your home as simple as possible all you need to do is fill out the schedule an inspection form and the quote will be provided to you online.

Should I attend my home inspection?

We recommend to all our clients to attend the inspection however it is not required. A home inspection provides a great opportunity to learn about the home and discuss any concerns you may have.

Are you licensed and insured?

Yes. We are licensed and insured TN license #1729

Are you a member of a professional organization?

Yes. We are a member of InterNACHI. InterNACHI is the world’s largest organization of residential and commercial property inspectors who perform over 10,000 inspections every day.

How long does a home inspection take?

The average home inspection will take between 2-4 hours to complete. This time can vary based on size, age and scope of work.

When will I receive my inspection report?

We do our best to send out the report the very same day however, some situations will require a little more time and will be sent next day.

Does the water/electricity need to be turned on?

Yes. In order to test that these systems are functioning properly they will need to be turned on before the inspection.

What should I bring to the inspection?

If you have specific areas of the home you would like to focus on, please write them down and let me know in advance. If you would like to bring a family member or friend, that is great but please try to refrain from bringing a large group of people. To get the most out of the inspection it is helpful to limit distractions.

Is thermal imaging like having X-ray vision?

No. Thermal imaging does not see through walls. Here’s a brief explanation of how thermal imaging works: All objects emit infrared energy (heat) as a function of their temperature. The infrared energy emitted by an object is known as its heat signature. A thermal imager (also known as a thermal camera) is essentially a heat sensor that is capable of detecting tiny differences in temperature.

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