My home was inspected by Precision Home Inspections, and I was not satisfied. I toured a bit with the inspector, and noticed that during the inspection there were pans being stored in the oven. I did not try to turn the oven on, but I should have, I trusted the inspector to check everything, and whether he did or didn’t I don’t know for certain. But, days after I moved in and tried to operate my oven, it would not work. The power came on, but I could not adjust the temperature. I tried dealing with the home warranty people, but because the part is not available, they cannot repair. And because it’s within the first 309 days, the will not replace. I called the Precision Home Inspections to see if there was anything they would be willing to do, but got no answer, so I left a message. He responded through text stating that he tested the ovens and they heated properly and it would be difficult and unlikely for him to “miss” the easily detectable defect. But what was included in the inspection was that the digital display in the oven was dim, and that was an indication that the oven was going bad. He said that he would take no responsibility for this and that I should have hired an appliance repair person to inspect the oven before closing? First, I would not know that a dim display is an indication of a bad oven, and if that’s the case he should have recommended I hire an appliance repair person to inspect it if he is not able to or willing to take responsibility for it. He also said that in his 19 years in business that he is never been accused of missing an oven that didn’t work. I did not expect this kind of response from a business or even go off accusing him. I am just a new home owner that does not have a working oven or the money after just buying a home to get a new one. I was hoping for a company that states on their website that their goal is to provide 100% customer satisfaction would if not help at all, be at the very least courteous about the situation. I was supposed to get a call back about this, and never did. I would expect that a home inspector would take responsibility but this is not the case. I would personally not recommend this company.