Our Services

All homes have strong and weak points, and they are not always what they seem. Gain the perspective and sound information you need to make better decisions with a HomePro inspection. Inspections are done to a generalists' non-intrusive visual standard on accessible symptoms, clues, and tell-tales. Additional services and more intensive, or specialized, inspections are available upon request. Review your options when you make your scheduling call. Home Pro can be your inspection provider for single family, multi family, town home, condo, and commercial property. We strive to be a one stop inspection shop, so our staff is happy to help schedule your weatherization, radon, environmental, pest, rodent, and/or termite services. Like our property inspections, we work with ONLY the best, expertly trained, professionals.

Property inspections are detailed, in depth processes. So when you speak to a Home Pro scheduling agent - don't be surprised that the conversation will be equally detailed. Knowing the following information, as applicable, will ease the process:

  • Property Location including County
  • Property Type
  • Property Age
  • Contracted Purchase Price
  • Property Sq. Footage (expect an inspection to take one hour per every 1,000 square feet)
  • Status of property residents and utilities
  • Buyers Agent Details
  • Sellers Agent Details

A HomePro Inspection gives you the advantage because it will:

• Put your property into perspective by comparing it with its peers (i.e., houses of similar vintage, material usage, intent)
• Summarize the major points of concern, the significant qualities of the property, and the probability of undiscovered problems
• Identify potential remodeling problems, such as electrical systems that cannot be expanded to accommodate a new kitchen
• Inform you about amateur workmanship or substandard maintenance, and advise when to consult an expert to look more closely at suspected problem areas
• Detail the maintenance for all the components of the house


A HomePro Inspection will save you money and keep you safer in the long run because it will report on potentially dangerous or harmful elements, such as:

• Unlined fireplace flues
• Aluminum general lighting circuitry
• Unvented gas space heaters
• Cracks or holes in heat exchangers of furnaces
• Toxic substances like asbestos
• Inadequate combustion air or clearances to heating equipment
• Recessed and overheating light fixtures buried in attic insulation
• Inadequate insulation
• Overextended electrical systems
• Untempered glass shower doors
• Restrictive ventilation in attics and crawlspaces
• Wood close to earth, increasing the risk of woodborer and rot damage
• Lead plumbing piping or lead solder in piping