HomeScan Inspection provides you with an important and valuable service. Our professional home inspector will inspect your property from the top of the chimney all the way down to the basement floor, and accurately report the condition of the physical components and structures of the property based on a thorough visual inspection.
A home inspection is a comprehensive analysis of a home and property by a trained home inspector. It is a service provided to help inform you of the condition of the property, the life expectancy of its major systems, and the estimated maintenance and repairs that may be needed. The inspection includes the roof, grounds, foundation, attic, walls, floors, doors, windows, and exterior coverings and structures of the home. It also includes the plumbing and electrical systems, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems.
HomeScan Inspection is certified by the American Home Inspectors Training Institute (AHIT), fully insured, and licensed by the State of Indiana Professional Licensing Agency. We are also an associate member of the National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI).
Most importantly, HomeScan Inspection is fully trained in the proper installation, operation, and inspection of all common home systems and components, from the top of the chimney to the basement floor.
We at HomeScan Inspection look forward to serving you and hope we can assist you in making accurate and informed decisions regarding buying or selling a home.
Buying a home is a very important decision, and an even bigger investment. Make sure that your decision is an educated one by allowing HomeScan Inspection to completely analyze the property you are considering.
How long does a home inspection take?
The length of a typical inspection will depend primarily on the size of the house, its condition, and age. Generally speaking, a home inspection will take between two and three hours on average.
Do I need to be present during the inspection?
If possible, the party purchasing the inspection service should be present during the inspection. It will be beneficial for you to accompany the inspector so you are able to ask questions and receive information about the inspection as it happens.