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No house is perfect, so hiring a quality home inspector is key to identifying issues to address before you buy, or ones you can live with for a while. We conduct a thorough assessment and put it together in a concise report that’s easy to read, easy to understand, and lays the groundwork for your decisions.


Whether you’re buying or selling a house, you’ve got a lot to think about. When it comes to details like assessing the house’s condition and safety, put Finest Home Inspection to work for you. We’ll take care of the hard stuff, from examining the exterior systems to exploring the inner workings, so you can rest assured that whatever decisions you make are the right ones.

Major Defects, such as structural failure

Conditions that can lead to major defects

Issues preventing financing, insurning, or occupation

Safety hazards, like faulty wiring


How long does the inspection take?

The average home inspection takes between 2-3 hours. Older and larger homes can take longer. Putting together the report after the physical inspection takes a fair bit of additional time, but that will be done later, off-site.

At what point in the home buying process do I hire a home inspector?

Typically, a home inspector is contacted immediately after the contract or purchase agreement has been signed. Before you sign, be sure there is an inspection clause in the sales contract, making your final purchase obligation contingent on the findings of a professional home inspection. 

Meet Your Inspector

Jon Ellis

Thanks to nearly 20 years spent building, remodeling, maintaining, and inspecting homes, Jon will help take the mystery out of understanding your house. With an eye for detail and commitment to service, he’ll share his vast knowledge and guide you on the decisions related to one of your most important investments.