This page contains a sample home inspection report. In addition to various information and links for the most common real estate inspection services we provide. Most documents are easy to read and self-explanatory. However, your inspector is always ready to answer questions related to any documents herein.
Do you intend to share your home inspection report with professionals such as your attorney, contractors, or real estate agent? If so, our modern reporting system delivers on providing the essentials that these professionals expect. No two homes or client concerns are alike and, therefore, our PDF inspection reports are customizable and contain:
If time permits, reviewing a sample home inspection report is always a good measure. As it will give you a general understanding of how in-depth and structured the report is. The most commonly reported issues with reports, in general, are that they are either, too technical and difficult to understand. The written report conflicts with much of what the inspector said on-site. That the report lacked depth and direction, minimal pictures, no useful illustrations, items being called out with no clarity of severity. Many clients expect to see ballpark estimates right in the report, even though this is outside the scope of a home inspection.
Our home inspectors take 100 plus photos on average per inspection. The photographs used per report usually contain the following. Photographs identifying locations. In addition to the images of problems and an associated illustration representing the correct installation methods. We find this approach easier for all parties reviewing the report.
For your reference, provided below are the detailed formalities we as home inspectors and mold assessors must adhere to. Home Inspection Standards of Practice documentation (InterNachi-SOP); (NYDOS-SOP). Mold Inspection Standards of Practice documentation (IAC2-SOP).