Are we biased here? Maybe. But that doesn’t mean we’re wrong.
If you’re going to spend $300,000+ on an investment, you want to find the absolute best home inspector possible to make sure you understand your investment.
We can’t tell you how thankful we are for knowing the ins-and-outs of our home; Especially when something goes wrong. That can only happen if you have an experienced inspector that has seen hundreds (or thousands) of homes.
The reality is that the new inspectors have to start somewhere, and they usually lure you in with a low price tag. This is one of those areas where the old adage “you get what you pay for” is applicable.
Resist and pay for quality. Not for our sake. For yours.