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A home inspection is an essential step in purchasing or selling a home, even a new one. It can help ensure your investment is protected. Our detailed home inspection system has been designed to assure you a thorough, easy to understand overview of the conditions of the home you are about to purchase. Buying a home is an important decision and we provide the information needed for peace of mind. 


The General Home Inspection adheres to the Standards of Practice (SOP) as stated by InterNACHI. The following areas of the home will be inspected as long as they can be safely accessed by the inspector:


A Typical Home Inspection Covers:

  • Roofing

  • Crawl space and/or basements

  • Attic

  • Exterior, walls, driveway & walkways

  • External conditions & surfaces/grading

  • Garage

  • Interiors, walls, ceilings

  • Structural components

  • Plumbing system

  • Electrical system

  • Heating & cooling systems

  • Fireplace

  • Insulation and ventilation

  • Appliances

  • Safety


  • External Conditions & Surfaces/Grading

  • Roof, Attic, Insulation & Ventilation

  • Plumbing & Electrical Systems

  • Appliances

  • Heating & Cooling Systems

  • Basements and/or crawl spaces

  • Foundations, Slabs & Floors

  • Walls & Ceilings

  • Garage, Walls, Driveway & Walkways


  • We are certified through the International Association of Certifed Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), and assure the inspection of over 400 items, exceeding the InterNACHI standards of practice.

  • We provide a PDF copy of the home inspection report to you and your Realtor at your request.

  • We tag all the crucial valves in the home such as: “Main Water Shut Off,” “Hot Water Shut Off,” “Water Heater Fuel Shut Off,” “Furnace Fuel Shut Off” & the “Water Sprinkler System Shut Off.”

  • We point out major, minor and safety deficiencies to give you the complete picture on your new home’s condition.

  • We identify any of the home’s major expenditures coming up so you can budget these potential expenses down the road.

  • We identify any potential safety hazards present in the home.

  • We give you an education of the home, such as how components operate throughout the home.

  • We review and explain the home inspection report to assure full and complete understanding.


When the repairs requested after the General Home Inspection have been made, a Re-Inspection can be scheduled. This second inspection can help homebuyers determine if all agreed-upon repairs were completed as requested and if the home is now ready for purchase and move-in.



























It is a thorough visual examination of a home’s structure and utilities beginning with the roof, proceeding through the structure and systems and ending at the foundation. Of particular importance are the electrical systems where problems can be very serious. The inspection also takes into account walls, ceilings, floors, windows and doors as well as the foundation including the basement if one exists, crawl space or slab and any foundational structure.

The home inspection report will give an overview of the condition of the home’s internal and external condition from the interior plumbing, the electrical and HVAC,  attic and basement space, and any other elements.

The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI)

In Georgia, The International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) provides Standards of Practice and a Code of Ethics that provide a framework for how an inspection should proceed and what should go into the final report.

If you are purchasing or selling a home it is critical that you have no surprises when it comes to the condition of your existing or newly constructed home.  A home inspection by a qualified inspector will help guarantee that there are no surprises, especially considering that for many, a home purchase is their single biggest investment. Knowing how many repairs, major and minor, that a home may need is information that is essential to making an informed decision.

Even though most inspections are ordered by purchasers and are required by mortgage companies, having an inspection as a seller can be a great selling point by showing potential buyers that you are providing full disclosure of any problems, and an inspection for a home that is not on the market can also give you a heads up on any potential problems that can go from a minor issue to a major expense.

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