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Need to find a home inspector? Our online service will help match you to a professional in your local area. The home inspectors you are matched to will provide you a cost estimate or price quote for a home inspection.

Types of people that inspect homes. Home inspectors, house inspectors, residential inspectors, property inspectors, home inspection services, home inspection companies.

Inspections and testing related to home inspections. Radon testing, asbestos testing, lead paint testing, termite inspection, septic system inspection, tree inspection, roof inspection, structural inspection, well inspection.

Home inspection. A home inspection often occurs as part of a real estate transaction. The home inspection is intended to provide the purchaser an opportunity to hire a professional to carefully look at the property for defects such as leaky roofs, bad wiring, leaking pipes, foundation cracks, etc. Receive a home inspection price quote.

Home inspectors. A home inspector is a professional hired to inspect a home (most commonly as part of a home sale) for deficiencies and prepare a findings report. Home inspectors are often licensed or certified to do their job. Find a local home inspector.

Structural inspectors. Structural inspectors are typically licensed structural engineers that are capable of evaluating the structural stability of a home or building. They look at roof, beam, column, and foundation structures. Find a structural inspector.

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