Frequently Asked Questions

Are your inspectors licensed?

What does a general physical inspection consist of?

Do you have insurance?

What will my report look like?

When can I expect my report?

Does your company offer repair services?

Do I have to attend the inspection?

Do all utilities have to be on for a general physical inspection?

Do I need to read all of the report?

Is a home inspection required when I buy a home?

Are home inspections and appraisals the same?

Can my home “fail” a home inspection?

What if the home inspection does not find any material defects?

Why would I want to get a pre-listing inspection before selling my house?

I was given a previous inspection report? Why should I spend my own money to have another general inspection performed?

Do you walk on the roof during the inspection?

Do you inspect under the house through the crawlspace?

Do you inspect the pool?

Do you inspect the chimney?

Is water pressure checked?

What about mold?

Do you inspect the sewer lines?

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Our Business Policy Update Regarding COVID-19 View Update

We are open and serving
Los Angeles County

In compliance with local governance: the Safer At Home Order, item 13. (t). Our clients’ health and well-being are of utmost priority. We continue to take all safety & health measures in accordance with local and state orders. If you need us to sign forms for COVID-19, please let us know so we may assist you. Please complete all contracts and payments via email, ahead of inspections, to prevent delays in delivering reports.

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