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Peace of Mind for Your Home and Family

If you're about to make the biggest purchase of your life, there's a few things you need to know.

  • Am I confident I'm making the right decision?

  • How can protect myself from hidden issues that could cost me big down the road?

  • Are my home buying costs under control?

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Home Inspector

It's Natural to feel Anxious

Buying a home is a huge investment, and a small mistake now could have huge financial consequences for your future.

But if you let fear control your buying decisions, you may never get the home you want, or you might get sucked into spending lots of extra money on things you don't need.

That's why your inspections are so important. For a small percentage of the overall cost of your home, you can have the knowledge and confidence to bargain more effectively, and avoid problems down the road.

We can Help

You deserve an experienced and knowledgeable partner who can help you buy your next home with confidence.

You deserve to have your home inspection questions answered now, and to choose an inspection that meets your budget and your needs.

  • When it's OK to skip the home inspection.  (And why it's a terrible idea in any other situation.)

  • The most powerful tool you have to secure your new home at a fair price, and how to use it.

  • The truth about asbestos and lead paint in older homes, and how to protect your family without blowing your budget.

  • Why inspections on brand new homes often uncover more serious problems than older homes.

  • Who your home inspector works for.  (And what to do if it's someone other than you.)

We Want to Meet You

Buy your next home with confidence.  Click the button below to meet your licensed Maryland home inspector. 

Your home inspector will personally contact you to learn about your needs and guide you through your inspection.  When inspection day comes, the same inspector you spoke with on the phone will complete your inspection in person.  Afterward, you'll receive a detailed inspection report on your home with everything you need to know to make the best decision for your future.

The consultation is 100% free, and there's no obligation.  It takes just two minutes to get started.  Follow the button below, or click here to get started.

5 THINGS TO KNOW BEFORE YOU BUY YOUR FIRST HOME

Find out what you need to know as a first time home buyer, and what your licensed home inspector can do to help you buy with confidence.

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HOW MUCH DOES A HOME INSPECTION COST?

Learn about the typical costs for home inspections, and how your inspector can keep your home buying costs down. For specific pricing, speak to an inspector.

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Available Inspections

Home Inspection

A comprehensive evaluation of an entire home, usually for real estate purchase. Conducted by a qualified, licensed Home Inspector in accordance with State of Maryland Standards of Practice.

Roof Inspection

A comprehensive evaluation of the Roofing System for defects, signs of water intrusion and general deterioration. Typical for insurance claims, contractor compliance, or real estate purchase.

Pool Inspection

A comprehensive evaluation of an Pool or Spa, usually for real estate purchase. Conducted by a qualified, licensed Home Inspector to ensure the pool and pool system are working and functional as expected.

Mold Inspection

Testing and evaluation of suspected mold and moisture intrusion in a building to validate suspected mold and/or biological growth. Typical for Real Estate purchase or as a service for landlords. 

Radon Inspection

Testing and evaluation of Radon levels in a building. Available as a short term test for property purchase or as a long term test to evaluate the necessity for Radon Mitigation.

Asbestos Inspection

Testing and evaluation of building materials in accordance with AHERA Part 763 for Commercial or Institutional Compliance, or OSHA Asbestos in Construction standards. Residential testing of materials also available.

Lead Paint Inspection

Evaluation of paint and dust sampling for landlord compliance with Maryland Department of the Environment regulations for rental registration, required of all pre-1978 rental housing. Full Risk Reduction and Modified Risk Reduction available.

Commercial Property Inspection

A comprehensive evaluation of an entire commercial building or commercial space, usually for real estate purchase, or for periodic due diligence. Recommended at property purchase, and every 7 years to ensure the property remains in good condition.

Construction Inspection

An evaluation of work completed by a contractor for verification of contract compliance. Verification that work was completed correctly, with appropriate workmanship, in accordance with plans, or drawings.

Baltimore City Rental Inspection

Completion of a Baltimore City Rental Inspection form by a Licensed Home Inspector, registered with the City of Baltimore. For landlord compliance with Baltimore City Rental Licensing regulations including for multi-unit properties and hotels.

Baltimore County Rental Inspection

Completion of a Baltimore County Rental Inspection form by a Licensed Home Inspector. For landlord compliance with Baltimore County Rental Licensing regulations.

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