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There are important things you should look for when shopping for a home inspector. Before you make your decision you should ask these questions:

  • Is the inspector licensed?
    CT and MA require all home inspectors to be licensed in order to offer their services to the public. Our inspectors are fully licensed.

  • Is the inspector a member of ASHI or other professional inspector group?
    To be a member of ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors) requires stringent qualifications. These groups offer continuing education so that each member is current on inspection requirements and new products in the building industry. Our inspectors are members of ASHI and several other professional organizations.

  • What services does the inspector offer?
    Will the inspector encourage you to ask questions and help educate you about the systems in your home? Does the inspector offer pest, water, septic, radon, and other environmental tests and evaluations? Our inspectors offer full-service inspections intended to educate the client regarding his puchase of the home.

  • What type of report does the inspector offer?
    Is the report detailed and understandable? Is the report available upon completion of the inspection? Is the report comprehensive including all systems? Is the report in a format that is easily stored and accessible for reference? For more information on our report see our report page on this site.

  • How much does the inspection cost?
    Inspection fees vary depending on the size, age, and features of the property inspected. The fees paid for an inspection are an investment in home ownership. The basic inspection includes a pest inspection but additional testing such as water, septic, and radon increase the cost. Our clients are paying for the inspector's expertise and the ability to convey information regarding the home to the client. We strive to give you the greatest value for the dollars spent. Call for a quote.
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