Our inspection report is not only a report on the conditions in the house on the day, of the inspection it is a manual you can refer to for years to come. Residential & Commercial, Building & Environmental, Radon – Water – Mold – Air Testing, Certified Termite Inspections, Certified Well & Septic, Certified EIFS Inspections, Phase One Environmental Studies, Home Maintenance Inspection Program.
United Home Inspections – United Home Inspections, LLC has conducted site inspections/evaluations of thousands of residential, commercial, industrial, institutional properties over the past 18 years in the tri-state area. We provide technical on-site expertise/information and prepare confidential reports of system operations, conditions and maintenance; including, but not limited to: structure and electro-mechanical defects/damage, water damage, energy-saving recommendations with accuracy standards with documentation. Our working manager holds a bachelor’s degree in Science and Environmental Technology and is also a State Certified Energy Auditor for Residential, Commercial & Industrial properties. Professional Home Inspection Reports for Connecticut including, Farmington Valley, Hartford County, Middletown area, Manchester area, Southington, Wallingford, Meriden, Willimantic, Windsor Locks, Enfield, Bristol, New Britain, Ansonia, Derby, Shelton, Guilford and Upper New Haven County areas. 860-677-7771
Open House Home Inspection– A family owned business, OpenHouse is dependent upon you. Your utter satisfaction is the way we remain successful. John and Grace Oppenhimer will permit nothing less. You are our client. You come first. With two “half-lifetimes” of experience (we still like to think of ourselves as young), we bring all we have learned and continue to learn as homebuyers, homeowners and home inspectors, to bear for you. Connecticut. 203-227-1278
Connecticut Home Inspectors, Welcome to The Home Inspector Network, the site where you will find everything you need to know about home inspectors and the home inspection process.Our home inspectors specialize in inspections of homes, buildings, condominiums, and co-op’s, all inspections are conducted by licensed home inspectors. The goal of a home inspection is to give the client a much better understanding of the physical condition of the structure than would otherwise be known. Typical homes take 2-3 hours to inspect. When the client arrives the inspector often presents a pre-inspection agreement to be signed followed by payment. A good inspector then gives the client an overview of the inspection process and invites the client to accompany him. Become a home inspector today. The finest home inspection training in North America. Connecticut Home Inspection.