Frequently Asked Questions

1. What is a Home Inspection?

 A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of a residential property.

Eye-Scan Home Inspections provide their clients a written report identifying defects and concerns that may change the value of the home. Also, they offer Walk-Through Home Inspections as another alternative.

2. What will a Home Inspection cost? 

Home inspection cost varies according to size, ancillary services (water analysis, radon gas test, wood destroying organisms) and location of the home.

In order to maintain value and competitive fees, Eye-Scan Home Inspection offers both, customized and package home inspections services.

3. When should I call in the Home Inspector? 

Typically, a home inspection is completed before signing a contract or a purchase agreement. The contract or purchase agreement are contingent upon the findings of the home inspection report.

Sellers may elect to have their home inspected before they even put them on the market.

Your realtor and/or attorney will help guide you through this process.

Eye-Scan Home Inspections also offer Walk-Through home inspections as another alternative.

Click on the following link to find out about Walk-Through Home Inspections.

4. Can a house fail Home Inspection?

 Absolutely not.

Professional Home Inspectors are NOT building code inspectors or code enforcers. Eye-Scan Home Inspections works for YOU. Home inspectors do not pass or fail a residence. Our job is to describe the current conditions of the residence you are considering on the day of inspection.

 This inspection is not an appraisal. Eyes-Scan Home Inspections does not determine current market values or verify current code compliance requirements.

5. How long does a Home Inspection take?

Home Inspections time varies on the size of the home and ancillary services to be completed. You can expect to invest 3-4 hours to get to know your desired home.

6. Do I need to attend the inspection? 

Eye-Scan Home Inspections always recommends their clients to be in attendance. What better way to get to know your desired home?  However, attendance is not mandatory.

Feel free to bring paper and a pencil/pen to the home inspection and write down all your questions.

7. How can I pay?

Eye-Scan Home Inpections accept checks, money orders, credit cards,debit cards and cash.