If you are buying a house and want to fully determine and understand the condition of it and its components, then you need a Home Inspector. In most cases people never meet their home inspector until the inspection has already been ordered! You can rest assured we are not all the same. Some inspectors will not crawl though an attic or enter a crawl space or even walk a roof. At ATD, we will always perform these tasks as part of a normal inspection unless a safety concern arises. We try to provide our clients with more than an inspection, we want to educate you on the home’s condition along with maintenance tips for repairs and upkeep. With over 40 years combined experience in construction and investment property ownership, let us put our knowledge and experience to work for you. Most inspections take about 2-4 hours in the home, with an additional 2-3 hours writing the report, complete with digital pictures and narratives.
I arrived at the property 10 minutes after the inspection was to begin. The inspection was underway. All appliances were in operation being tested and the garage inspection was ready to begin. The inspection was professionally done in a meticulous manner. The person doing the inspection was very knowledgeable and also willing to answer my questions. The person stayed on task. The report I received was better than I expected and the report was available an hour after the inspection was complete. I could not have been more pleased with the results of the inspection and the professionalism of ATD Home Inspection. D Kinder
The inspection report was very thorough. There were lots of pictures showing exactly where the repairs were needed. They didn’t miss anything and included opinions on what should be done about each thing, which I really appreciated. I will definitely recommend this company and use them again in the future!
This inspector was obviously wrong on a number of things. He said multiple exterior lights and the fireplace didn’t work, which there isn’t an explanation for except not finding the correct switches? No idea. He erroneously identified “issues” other inspectors didn’t in a house built to code just 6 years ago. Fixtures he supposedly found damaged functioned prior to the inspection. He was oddly specific about the cause of mysterious new damage to the previously undamaged, basically new roof… Buyer beware. As the owner pointed out, I didn’t hire this company (nor would I now). Even if all of the issues in the report existed, they would not be a substantial cost to fix at all. But they don’t. We have pictures to share with the buyer. It’s fine. I’m not posting for my benefit.