Are All Home Inspection Reports the Same?

No. Some large inspection companies provide a simple checklist report with responses such as “Good, Poor and Unsatisfactory.”  These checklist reports may be included in an  impressive binder with lots of pages — but unfortunately much of it is generic information unrelated to the property inspected.  You should select a company that provides a comprehensive, narrative-style inspection report with digital color photographs of problem areas.

ValueGuard home inspectors prepare a comprehensive, narrative-style inspection report with color photos. Each major system of the property has a separate section, including: •Structural Components •Roofing •Exterior Components •Heating •Cooling/Heat Pumps • Insulation/Ventilation •Plumbing •Interior Components.

These findings are presented as Major Concerns • Safety Issues • Repair Items • Improvement Items •  and Items to Monitor

The report also includes an Overview section that discusses the more significant issues, the inspector’s recommendations and a section on Maintenance Advice. If requested at the time of the inspection, we will provide Cost Estimates at no additional charge.

At ValueGuard we believe our inspection reports speak for themselves!  To view a sample inspection report, click on one of the sample reports below.

Our team of home inspection professionals live and work throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania.