What happens after my home inspection
service is complete?


A detailed report is provided highlighting major and minor issues with photographic documentation.


A proposal containing the services to be provided is presented upon your approval of the inspection report.


Our service experts will complete the allotted tasks and share relevant pictures confirming proof of service.

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Tools and Equipment used during Home
Inspection Services


A high-quality flashlight is essential for illuminating dark and hard-to-reach areas, such as crawl spaces, attics, and utility rooms.

Electrical Tester

This tool is used to check the presence of electrical current and detect issues with outlets, switches, and electrical systems.

Infrared Camera

Infrared cameras detect temperature variations and thermal anomalies that may indicate insulation gaps, leaks, or electrical hotspots.

Digital Camera

Inspectors use digital cameras to document the condition of different areas and components of the property, capturing visual evidence of any issues or concerns.


A sturdy and extendable ladder is necessary to access high areas, such as roofs, ceilings, or upper floors, for a comprehensive inspection.

Circuit Analyzer

This device tests electrical circuits to identify wiring issues, ground faults, or improperly wired outlets.

Screwdriver Set

A set of screwdrivers, including both flathead and Phillips-head varieties, is used to remove access panels and inspect electrical outlets, switches, and other components.

Tape Measure

Inspectors use tape measures to assess room dimensions, ceiling heights, and other measurements, which are crucial for accurately documenting the property's layout.

Digital Moisture Detector

This tool helps identify moisture levels in different materials, such as wood or drywall, to detect potential water damage or hidden leaks.

GFCI Outlet Tester

This device checks the functionality of Ground Fault Circuit Interrupter (GFCI) outlets, which are designed to protect against electrical shocks.


Binoculars are handy for inspecting roofs, chimneys, and other elevated structures from the ground, providing a closer view.

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Why do I need a home inspection service?

Our professional home inspection service provides a comprehensive assessment of your home's condition. We identify potential issues, ensure timely repairs, and prevent problems from festering and growing unmanageable.

How often should I schedule a home inspection for my property?

The frequency of home inspections depends on various factors, such as the age of your property, local climate conditions, and any previous issues identified. As a general guideline, we recommend scheduling a home inspection annually or every few years to ensure ongoing maintenance and catch problems early.

How long does a home inspection typically take?

The duration of a home inspection varies depending on the size, complexity, and condition of the property. On average, a thorough inspection can take anywhere from two to four hours, but it may take longer for larger or more intricate homes.

How soon can I expect to receive the inspection report?

We understand the importance of timely information. After completing the inspection, we strive to provide you with a detailed inspection report within a few days. The report will outline all major and minor issues discovered during the inspection, along with supporting photographs.

Are your inspectors certified or licensed?

Absolutely. Our home inspectors are highly trained, experienced professionals who hold relevant certifications and licenses in their respective fields. They possess the necessary expertise to conduct thorough inspections and provide accurate assessments of your property's condition.

How do I schedule a home inspection with Servicezet?

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