Invest with Confidence
You’ve finally found a home for sale that feels right for your family, and now that the search appears to be over, there’s cause to celebrate. But while trusting your gut is important, you don’t want to get too far ahead of yourself by finalizing a real estate investment prematurely. At Building Inspections LLC, we offer a detail-oriented home inspection that every home buyer should schedule before making a final decision. We always have your best interests in mind, going above and beyond to help you clearly see what the home provides and what it may be missing so that you can take any additional steps that are necessary to help ensure a protected purchase.
We offer professional home inspection services to Ohio’s Hamilton, Warren, Clermont, and Butler counties. We also serve Kenton and Campbell counties in Kentucky.
Prepared, Capable, and Committed to Doing the Job Right
- A good home inspection takes extensive training, excellent time-management, and years of experience to execute properly—a trifecta of qualities our inspectors exhibit every single day
- There’s often a fine line separating right from wrong in a home’s construction, but we can assure you that we have the keen perception to recognize exactly where the distinction lies
- Our inspectors take pride in the superior quality of their work, staying current with the industry’s most advanced technology and latest standards by attending a minimum of 28 hours of continuing education each and every year
24 Hours to Receive Your Comprehensive Inspection Report
When a home is under contract, there’s a finite amount of time to have a home inspection performed and for you to review the findings. That’s why we’re committed to returning your computer-generated inspection report in just 24 hours or less after evaluating the home’s condition, sending it instantly to you, your agent, and anyone else of your choosing.
We’ll meticulously break down each of our findings to make the home’s overall condition easy for you to understand, carefully explaining any deficiencies we identified. Photographs of the home will also be included to clearly indicate where defective components are located.