Ask a few questions to see if your home inspector is really experienced or not.
Do you make two separate interior and two separate exterior passes around and through the house?
Really good inspectors routinely do this and almost always in a set pattern. They are following an established protocol designed to “kick out” major problems.
How much do you think you will be able to tell about the existence of major problems via your first two 10 minute passes. Most inspectors will honestly tell you that they can shed light on approximately 80% of what the rest of the more time consuming inspection will reveal to them.
If I hired you to spend 30 minutes inspecting the house do you think you could summarize it well in 5 simple sentences. Again, really experienced inspector know what they can expect and deliberately go about looking for the symptoms, clues, and telltales. If an inspector is going to communicate a useful perspective to a home buyer, they have to be able to summarize their findings like this.