FAQ’s

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We have eight qualified and experienced inspectors to accommodate your various inspection needs. See Meet the Inspectors for information about our inspectors and their qualifications.

There is no state license in Pennsylvania for Home Inspectors.  However, the Pennsylvania Home Inspection Law requires that you hire a person who is a full member in good standing of a national home inspection association if you wish to use the results of the inspection in the negotiation process with the seller in a real estate transaction.  All of our inspectors meet the requirements of the Pennsylvania Law.

Yes.  We are fully insured for both General Liability and Professional Liability (also known as “E & O” or Errors and Omissions Insurance) as required by the Pennsylvania Home Inspection Law.

Yes.  Termite inspections ordered through us are performed by Viper Pest.  Go to Termite for more information.  We also subcontract underground oil tank testing to Coventry Environmental.

We generally have appointments available 6 days a week. During the summer months, we have morning, afternoon and evening appointments available.  In the winter, we have morning and afternoon appointments only.  You may request an appointment online.

The Basic Home Inspection usually takes between 2 and 3 hours.

We strongly recommend that the client be present during the inspection.

Attending the inspection will help the client fully understand the inspector’s findings and avoid misunderstandings later.

We will perform the inspection as usual and give the client a written report of our findings. If there are questions about the findings, the client may call the inspector for clarification.

Yes. We have a Pre-Inspection Agreement which explains what the home inspection includes and what it does not include. This Agreement must be signed by the client(s) at least 24 hours before the inspection is started.  This document is emailed to your once your inspection is scheduled and can be read and sign electronically.