Residential home inspection

A home inspection is a visual, non-technically exhaustive inspection of the readily accessible, visually observable, installed systems and components listed in these Standards of Practice.  

I will then report those systems and components inspected that, in my professional judgment, are not functioning properly, are significantly deficient, are unsafe, or are near the end of their service lives. 

Finally, the inspector will make recommendations to correct, or monitor for future correction, the deficiencies reported or items needing further evaluation. 

Following the inspection, I will take time to discuss the significant findings with you, as well as send you a full written digital report later that day.

As an added service, we provide all of our customers with a printed book on home maintenance. Check out this video for more information.

Free Buy-Back Guarantee

As a NACHI certified inspector, I participate in the NACHI Buy Back Guarantee. If I miss a defect that should have been found per InterNACHI's Standards of Practice, you may be eligible for their Buy Back Guarantee.

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All home inspectors in Arkansas must adhere to the Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics as set forth by the Arkansas Home Inspector Registration Board.  The Standards of Practice (SOP) set the requirements for any home inspection, as well as the limitations.  I encourage you to review the following document.