Inspected Once, Inspected Right
If you want a home inspection that’s performed thoroughly and honestly the first time around, then you’ve come to the right place. At Vision Home Inspection, owner and InterNACHI certified home inspector, Philip, uses his eye for detail and his passion for figuring out problems to make the inspection process as efficient as possible for our customers.
Simplify the Home-Buying Process
Buying a new home can be stressful and confusing. This is why Vision Home Inspection is so dedicated to providing customers with friendly and professional advice throughout the process. By choosing our business for a home inspection, customers can trust they will be working with a friendly inspector who is experienced at offering advice to buyers and sellers. Feel free to contact us even after your inspection with any concerns and questions you might have.
We offer the following services FREE with each full Vision Home Inspection.
Stay Up-to-Date with Your Home Maintenance Inspections
Once you’re living in your new home, don’t forget that it’s important to continue getting inspections to stay one step ahead of any wear and tear. We recommend annual home maintenance inspections. By having a professional, like Philip at Vision Home Inspection, come in and inspect for damage and defects once a year, you can avoid the expense and stress that comes from having unexpected costly repairs in your home.
Home Inspection Report
Each home inspection done by Vision Home Inspection is documented using HomeGauge Software. This allows our inspector to deliver an inspection report that is thorough and easy-to-understand for all of our customers, including first-time home-buyers. After listing and organizing our inspection findings, HomeGauge Software creates a simple and helpful digital report which our customers can login and access from any computer or mobile device within just 24 hours after the inspection. An interactive Create Request List™ (CRL) tool is featured in this report and can be used by customers to list the issues found by their inspector and the ways in which they wish to pursue repair.