Using state of the art Infrared technology helps us find hidden problems in your home, such as insulation deficiencies, wiring problems, moisture intrusion, and possible termite damage.

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“Thank you for the thorough home inspection report. I appreciate the detail, snapshots, and concern that you give each individual.” Dee Turberville

“Your expertise certainly was helpful in our home purchasing decision. I would highly recommend your service to anyone I know who might be considering buying a home.” Vivian Richardson

“Your inspection report is very thorough and professional. We are very pleased with your services.” R. G. Dunning

“Thank you for your prompt, efficient and comprehensive inspection of the house at ***** Drive. Yours is a valuable service and I compliment you for it.” W. H. McDonald

“Although we could never afford to pay you for your ‘worth” as the competent person you are… just wanted you to know that we are honored by your integrity.” Linda Snipes & family

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Typically, a home inspector is contacted right after the purchase offer has been accepted and the contract has been signed. However, before you sign, be sure that there is an inspection clause in the contract that makes your purchase obligation contingent upon the findings of a professional home inspection. This clause should specify the terms to which both the buyer and seller are obligated.

It is important to schedule the home inspection directly following acceptance to ensure that you have sufficient time to have all necessary inspections completed (including any recommended further evaluations by specialists), receive all inspection reports, and to negotiate any requests for repairs or credits. Most purchase contracts have an inspection contingency period of 17 days from acceptance, but you should double-check your purchase contract or contact your real estate agent to verify this.

Dwight Leary is one of the most qualified inspectors in America, with 6000+ inspections under his belt and 17 years in residential construction. Dwight was selected to represent Alabama as a subject matter expert for the 2005 Item Writing Workshop of the National Home Inspector Examination. He uses the latest in Infrared Technology to provide the most thorough service. Once your realtor has found you the best home, make sure you get the best home inspector. The difference can mean thousands of dollars in your wallet!