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Looking for a Pre-Inspection Report?

pre-listing inspection yard sign


A pre-listing inspection is basically the same service as a home inspection. The difference is that the inspection is performed for the home owner, instead of the person buying the home. It is a non-invasive visual examination of the accessible areas of a home. During a home inspection, the home is visually inspected for functional and safety issues.

During a pre-listing inspection, the home inspector will inspect the:

  • Structure: Foundation, Walls, Flooring, and Roof

  • ​Roof: Coverings, Flashings, and Vents

  • Exterior: Siding, Windows, flashing, and grading

  • Interior: Appliances, Floors, Walls, Ceilings, Stairs, Handrails, etc.

  • Electrical: Service Entrance Conductors, Panels, Wiring, and Outlets/Fixtures

  • Plumbing: Main Valve, Distribution Piping, Water Heater, Drainage, and Faucets

  • HVAC: Heating & Cooling Source, Venting, Distribution, etc. 

  • Insulation: Basement, Crawlspace, & Attic

  • Ventilation: Crawlspace and Attic

  • Garage: Doors, Sensors, Floor, Walls, and Ceilings.

  • Fireplace(s): Clearances, Damper Doors, and Energy Source​​

Waiting Room



Effortlessly schedule the inspection online using our ​scheduler! Once the schedule request is sent in, we will send you a confirmation email/text if that date & time works for us.


The home inspector will arrive 15 minutes early to the home and inspect it! You can choose to be there during the whole inspection if you would like. We prefer that you arrive towards the end so that we can walk through and discuss the different issues we found.


The report will be sent within 24 hours (we strive to send it that same day if possible). You may contact us if there are any questions about certain items. After the RE-10 (repair request for seller) is sent and the repairs are made, we suggest considering scheduling a RE-INSPECTION! ... It's FREE!

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Yard Sign and Report Binder



• The potential buyer will be able to see from outside the home that it has already been inspected

  • The potential buyer/buyer’s agent will need to call the seller's agent so that they can have access to the report’s password

  • Potential buyers will be more willing to submit an offer after knowing what issues are present with the home (sometimes they end up waiving the home inspection)



  • Potential buyers walking through the home will see the full inspection report on the counter and look through it.


  • The QR code will be on the report binder so that they can have access to an interactive online report



  • Buyers may be willing to offer more knowing the condition of the home


(Even better if some of the issues have already been repaired)

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