Find top-rated Service Providers

Find Top-Rated San Diego Home Inspectors

There are 19 top-rated home inspectors in your area and 274 to avoid.

After 20 years, it's now free to join.

Over 4 million people rely on ...

  • More than 10 Million Verified Reviews
  • Nationwide Coverage
  • Trusted Ratings
Select filters
  • Become a member to sort service providers.
  • Rating (hi-lo)
  • Rating (lo-hi)
  • # of reviews (hi-lo)
  • # of reviews (lo-hi)
  • Time on Angie's List (most-least)
  • Time on Angie's List (least-most)

Shop Offers from Local Home Inspectors

Explore Our Solution Center for Helpful Home Inspection Articles

Go to the article: 

Hiring a Home Inspector You Can Trust

home inspector
Go to the article: 

Crippling Home Defects That Often Go Unnoticed

Go to the article: 

Who's Responsible for the Unsafe Furnace in the House You Just Bought?

Inside a furnace
Join Angie's List Now To see all 19 highly rated companies in San Diego

Home Inspection reviews in San Diego

Real People ~ Real Reviews ~ Real Results

  • The inspector's report was non-specific in many of its findings. For instance, in one bathroom he said a faucet appeared damaged, but did not specify which one or the type of damage. In another section he reported roof tiles cracked, but did not indicate where on the roof the cracked tiles were located. When reporting on attic insulation he merely said that some was missing, without further detail on the amount or recommendation on how to remedy. He also declined to inspect part of the roof because he could not see it from the ladder on which he was perched.
    I have had many other inspections done over the years, for less money, in different California counties, where the results were much more specific, and allowed me to make decisions on actions needed, without having to purchase additional inspections.

    - Doug D.
  • Initially I thought they did a good job because Rich was very professional and seemed to know what he was talking about. He clued me in to several things that needed repairs or attention. However he missed one EXTREMELY important thing that has now required me to pay more than $6000 in repairs, to have to miss Provider name locked. to be home and have guys working in my house for 5 days, and also to have to arrange for my baby to be out of the house. Rich went into my attic and checked out my AC unit, but he never opened the unit to look inside (which is fine because I'm assuming that's out of the scope of the inspection). However when I had my AC evaluated later, it turns out there is a SEVERE case of mold in the AC unit which has been growing throughout the entire ductwork of the house.  I'm not saying the he was supposed to open the AC unit, but it was CLEARLY evident to any professional (and especially to an inspector) that the mold was growing on many of the vents.  All you had to do was look at one of the vents with a naked eye and you could see mold growing on it. I saw it clearly once I was directed to look at it. If you put a flashlight there, it was even more evident. Here's the reason I blame Countywide Inspections -- if they had simply LOOKED at any of my vents they would have seen it and could have recommended that I have someone else (a specialist) come and inspect it. Even thinking about mold makes me sick so I would have definitely done that, and if I knew then what I know now, I WOULD NOT have bought the house or I would have insisted that the previous owners reduce the price by $6000. I just can't believe that any competent inspector would FAIL to simply LOOK at the vent registers.  When I called Countywide back and questioned their inspection, they sent someone to come and take pictures, then they sent me a letter saying that they are not responsible. I disagree - they are responsible me buying a house that I would not have bought if I had a proper inspection. Otherwise, what's the point of the inspection. Do not hire these guys. Also, I would strongly recommend that you have the house and ductwork inspected for mold before you buy a new home!
    - Beverly N.
  • I put an offer on a house and they wanted to close within a month.  I had my relator schedule the appointment for the inspection.  The inspector did a great job and actually had to come out again due to the crawl space entrance not being accessible.  Overall I thought he did a great job.  Very professional and done in a timely manner.
    - Haley M.
Join Angie's List to view provider's name.

Home Inspectors in San Diego

Companies below are listed in alphabetical order.
To view top rated service providers along with reviews & ratings, JOIN ANGIE'S LIST NOW!