Home Inspections

The Verify Process:

  • A typical home inspection will take two to three hours. The house is examined from top to bottom, inside and out.
  • Plan to be at the home so that the inspectors can explain in detail the home’s condition and so that you can ask questions.
  • The inspectors will carefully complete an examination of all major systems.
  • At the end of the inspection, you will be provided with a full report that is easy to understand, factual, and unbiased. You will receive that report onsite so that the inspector can review it with you and answer any questions you may have.

What is a home inspection?

For many people, purchasing a home is the largest investment they will ever make. The purpose of a home inspection is to provide you with vital information regarding the condition of the home’s systems and components on the day of the inspection. A home inspection is a noninvasive and visual examination of the accessible areas of the home. Professional home inspections should be conducted by licensed and highly qualified home inspectors only.

Verify Home Inspection Group provides clients with a thorough report on the home’s deficiencies, needed improvements, safety concerns, and livability factors. We communicate all of this information to our clients in a clear and simple manner that does not require you to have a background in engineering, architecture, or construction. A Verify home inspection will:

  • Reveal the home’s defects and unforeseen costs before you buy it
  • Reduce your risk of buying a “money pit”
  • Educate you on the operation of the home’s major systems and components
  • Provide key details to ensure you and your family can live safely and comfortably in that home

What gets inspected?

A home is a complex structure that is made up of interrelated systems and components. Verify will conduct a visual inspection of the home’s accessible systems and components including, but not limited to:

  • Structure and Foundation
  • Roofs and Attics
  • Heating and Air-conditioning Systems
  • Electrical Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Windows and Doors
  • Basement or Crawl Space
  • Exterior Siding
  • Fireplace and Exterior Chimney
  • Exterior Grounds
  • Porches and Decks
  • Gutters
  • Interior Stairway Components
  • Walls, Floors, and Ceilings