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"My first clue that this inspection was nothing but a perfucntory step to a completion of the real estate transaction was the overly friendly greeting and banter" between the inspector and my real estate agent when we met. Of course, I was referred to by the real estate agent, and apparently they are chummy. If you want to see if your hot and cold water work, or if your toilets rock or if your dimmer switch works, then this is the company for you. If you want a more thorough inspection I'd use someone else. Of course, when the washer didn't work upon the first use after I moved in....I was met with "is it plugged in?"....."is the circuit breaker switch on?"....you know, because as a woman surely I wouldn't check that. Then, when I stated the inspector didn't run a full cycle I was basically called a liar. Then, after the repair person came out and found a completely clogged drain with GRAVEL, I got.....(1.) we have to talk to the repair person ourself (cause you know..."woman".... I am guessing about that, they denied they have issues with woman being able to tell if a problem was more then if an appliance was plugged in).... to ( 2.) we aren't even responsible to checking that anyway (even got a cut and paste of the "guidelines!) and then "but we did anyway"...and THEN.... (3.) YES...well, of course...we knew that since the place was vacant for a year THAT was the problem. Interesting how IF the inspector ran a full cycle 8 weeks before purchase the drain wasn't clogged, but the reason it was clogged was because the house had been vacant for year. Then....if I were a betting person I'd bed someone "tattled" to the real estate agent about my "complaining". Someone call the whambulance!!!! Oh, and then....guess what??? The "expert" inspection of holding a temperature gauge to the AC works! Only problem is THAT drain was clogged too. Pretty evident if you just looked at the line. I didn't even "complain" to them about that because I probably would have received another cut and paste of the things they aren't really responsible for, but SURELY do anyway. Interesting that they know all these things could go wrong if a house sits vacant but they don't bother telling you about it. Really wouldn't have been that big of an issue to have those lines cleaned out. Am I right? Also, there was the issue that was buried in the written report that took me at least 3 emails to get an explanation for....which when the response did come was conveniently outside the 10 day due diligence period. They were however VERY prompt in asking me to rate them and give them a review. Got several emails about that! I intentionally held off because I was suspect from the beginning. So, now...here's your review ! Can't wait to hear their response....which I"m sure will come right after they whine to someone about me again.

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" consistently delivered a thorough inspection of the places, which helped us in the past to avoid purchasing a cottage in needs of a lot of" repairs that were non visible to the non professional eyes. For this last inspection of the townhouse, he provided within 72 hours a report that was well organized, easy to read and understand, with pictures to illustrate the issues he noticed. He also suggests easy fixes or recommend a professional repair. He is also available for any follow up questions.

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  • My first clue that this inspection was nothing but a perfucntory step to a completion of the real estate transaction was the overly friendly greeting and banter between the inspector and my real estate agent when we met.  Of course, I was referred to Provider name locked. by the real estate agent, and apparently they are chummy.  If you want to see if your hot and cold water work, or if your toilets rock or if your dimmer switch works, then this is the company for you.  If you want a more thorough inspection I'd use someone else.  Of course, when the washer didn't work upon the first use after I moved in....I was met with "is it plugged in?"....."is the circuit breaker switch on?"....you know, because as a woman surely I wouldn't check that. Then, when I stated the inspector didn't run a full cycle I was basically called a liar.  Then, after the repair person came out and found a completely clogged drain with GRAVEL, I got.....(1.) we have to talk to the repair person ourself (cause you know..."woman".... I am guessing about that,  they denied they have issues with woman being able to tell if a problem was more then if an appliance was plugged in).... to ( 2.) we aren't even responsible to checking that anyway (even got a cut and paste of the "guidelines!) and then "but we did anyway"...and THEN.... (3.) YES...well, of course...we knew that since the place was vacant for a year THAT was the problem.  Interesting how IF the inspector ran a full cycle 8 weeks before purchase the drain wasn't clogged, but the reason it was clogged was because the house had been vacant for year.  Then....if I were a betting person I'd bed someone "tattled" to the real estate agent about my "complaining".  Someone call the whambulance!!!!  Oh, and then....guess what??? The "expert" inspection of holding a temperature gauge to the AC works!  Only problem is THAT drain was clogged too.  Pretty evident if you just looked at the line.  I didn't even "complain" to them about that because I probably would have received another cut and paste of the things they aren't really responsible for, but SURELY do anyway.  Interesting that they know all these things could go wrong if a house sits vacant but they don't bother telling you about it.  Really wouldn't have been that big of an issue to have those lines cleaned out.  Am I right?  Also, there was the issue that was buried in the written report that took me at least 3 emails to get an explanation for....which when the response did come was  conveniently outside the 10 day due diligence period.  They were however VERY prompt in asking me to rate them and give them a review. Got several emails about that!  I intentionally held off because I was suspect from the beginning.  So, now...here's your review Provider name locked. !  Can't wait to hear their response....which I"m sure will come right after they whine to someone about me again.
  • Provider name locked. consistently delivered a thorough inspection of the places, which helped us in the past to avoid purchasing a cottage in needs of a lot of repairs that were non visible to the non professional eyes.
    For this last inspection of the townhouse, he provided within 72 hours a report that was well organized, easy to read and understand,  with pictures to illustrate the issues he noticed. He also suggests easy fixes or recommend a professional repair. He is also available for any follow up questions. 


  • He was excellent. He responded quickly to my request and gave me a quote on time. Since this was apart of our closing process, we needed this done in a timely fashion. He honored our obligation. He did an excellent job with the inspection and spent about 1.5 hours after walking through the house with me and showing me what the issues were. His background in construction gives him special insight into drainage issues, structural issues, and possible fixes. He provided above par service while having a very competitive price. I would use him again.
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