Complete Home Inspections

At Professional Inspections, Inc, we know that you want a thorough home inspection with timely results. We strive to provide you with the information you need in a way that is easily understood. We encourage all of our clients to take an active part in the inspection process. You'll walk away from the inspection with a better understanding of the overall condition of the home, and some defects are more easily explained if seen in person.

Most home inspections take around two hours, but the process does not stop there. Your full inspection report typically takes another two hours to complete at our office. The report contains detailed information about all aspects the property, not only the problems. Pictures are also included within the report.

As soon as your report is finished, an electronic copy is uploaded to our website. Online reports are usually available before 9:00 on the night of the inspection. You'll have access to this electronic report from any computer with Internet access, whether you are across town or on the other side of the country.

If you have any questions upon reviewing the inspection report, we will be happy to answer them. Call us any time, even in the evening.

All inspections are performed in accordance with the standards of practice of the North Carolina Home Inspectors Licensing Board and include the following:

  • Structural Components

    • Foundation
    • Floors
    • Walls
    • Columns
    • Ceiling
    • Roofs
  • Exterior Of Structure

    • Wall cladding
    • Entryway doors
    • Decks
    • Steps
    • Eaves
    • Driveways
    • Windows
  • Roofing

    • Roof coverings
    • Roof drainage system
    • Flashing
    • Skylights
    • Chimneys
  • Plumbing

    • Interior water supply and distribution system
    • Interior drains, waste and vent system
    • Hot water system
    • Sump pumps
  • Electrical

    • Service entrance conductors
    • Service equipment
    • Main distribution panels
    • Voltage ratings
    • Ceiling fans
    • Lighting fixtures
    • Switches
    • Receptacles
    • Ground fault circuit interrupters
    • Smoke detectors
  • Heating System

    • Fans
    • Pumps
    • Air ducts
    • Automatic safety controls
    • Permanently installed heating system
      and it’s controls
    • Chimneys
  • Central Air Conditioning

    • Including normal operating controls of the central air conditioning system and the distribution system
  • Interior

    • Walls
    • Ceilings
    • Floors
    • Steps
    • A representative number of cabinets
    • Doors
    • Windows
  • Insulation And Ventilation

    • Insulation vapor barriers
    • Ventilation of attic
    • Ventilation of foundation
    • Kitchen, bathroom and laundry
      venting systems
    • The operation of any readily accessible attic ventilation fan when temperature permits
  • Built In Kitchen Appliances

    • Dishwasher
    • Range
    • Trash compactor
    • Garbage disposal
    • Ventilation equipment
    • Permanently installed ovens
    • Permanently installed microwave ovens