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Thank you for choosing B-Home Inspections!

Our purpose is to provide you with the information needed to make an informed buying decision and we do this in a clear, concise, friendly and professional manner.

We follow the state approved American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) Standards of practice.  During our inspection process we review the Structure, Exterior, Roofing, Plumbing, Electrical, Heating, Cooling, Interiors, Insulation, Ventilation and Fireplace.

At the end of the inspection we will review our findings with you and your real estate agent.  What we discuss will be detailed in our easy-to-read Home Inspection Report, which will be delivered to you electronically.


Home Inspections 101

Our Home Inspections 101 book was written to help you better understand the scope of a professional home inspection.  Each section of this book reviews the Home Inspection Industry Standards of Practice.  We included real life examples of the home inspection findings that we encounter most often. A checklist of common home inspection related issues to look out for is included at the end of each section.

Home Inspections 101 is available in paper back and Kindle formats at amazon.com.

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Our online scheduling system is easy and convenient. Click on your location / inspector below to get started.  On the next screen you will use the inspector’s calendar to choose a date and time that works best for your schedule.  Shortly after booking your inspection you will receive an email with a link to approve the visual inspection agreement electronically. During this process you will select your method of payment: credit card, check or cash. If you choose to pay via your credit card it will be authorized but not charged until the home inspection is complete.

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Structural Inspection Standards

The inspector should:• inspect the visible structural components• inspect the foundation• inspect the floor structure• inspect the wall structure• inspect the ceiling structure• inspect the roof structure• describe methods used to inspect unfinished spaces The inspector is not obligated to:• provide an engineering or architectural analysis• offer an opinion of the adequacy of the structure• …