About Precision Home Inspections

About Precision Home Inspections

When you’re buying a home, it’s important to know what you’re getting into. Even if the house looks perfect on the outside, there could be hidden problems that could turn your dream house into a nightmare. This is why homeowners should get an inspection from an experienced professional before making any big decisions. At Precision Home Inspections, our dedicated team of experts has performed over 10,000 inspections since opening in 1999. With this experience under our belts, we are confident that we can provide thorough and accurate reports to help protect your investment as well as give you peace of mind about your new property!

Why Precision Home Inspection?

When you’re ready to buy a home, it’s important to know what you’re getting into. That’s where a home inspection comes in. A qualified inspector will check every inch of your house, inside and out, looking for any problems that could be hiding under the surface problems that could cost you thousands of dollars down the road.

Precision home inspectors can find anything from minor cosmetic issues (like peeling paint) to major structural concerns (like faulty wiring). An inspection typically costs between $300-$500 depending on how large the house is and how much time it takes for an inspector to do his job thoroughly; however, this cost may vary based on location and other factors such as whether or not there are pets present in the property being inspected. Inspections typically take anywhere from 1-2 hours but may vary depending on how many rooms need inspecting as well as whether or not there are pets present in said rooms during said process!

What is a Precision Home Inspection?

A precision home inspection is a visual examination of the house and its systems. It’s a detailed process that takes place over two to three hours and is not meant to be an exhaustive list of everything wrong with your house, but rather an objective evaluation of current conditions.

The inspector should be able to identify any deficiencies in the home, particularly those that could affect its value or safety if left uncorrected. A detailed report will be provided at the end of the inspection listing all findings, along with recommendations for repair or remediation based on their severity and likelihood of future damage if not addressed immediately (or ever).

Key Components of an Precision Home Inspection

There are several key components to any home inspection, and they’re all important:

  • Water damage – This is a big one. It can cause mold, structural issues and electrical problems if not addressed properly.
  • Mold – Molds are found in homes that have water damage or leaks. They can be dangerous for your health, so you need to get them cleaned up as soon as possible.
  • Pests – Any type of pest infestation is bad news because it means there’s something wrong with the house (like an insecticide). You might also want to check for termites; these tiny little bugs can make big holes in wood structures!
  • Electrical issues – Electricity is dangerous! If you see anything out of place here during your inspection, call an electrician immediately you don’t want anything going wrong when someone flips on their light switch later today!

How Much Does a Precision Home Inspection Cost?

The cost of a home inspection depends on many factors. The size, age and location of the house are all important considerations. In general, you can expect to pay between $350 and $500 for a general inspection that covers most areas of interest within a single-family dwelling. If you are buying a new home in an area where there is less demand for inspections (or if you have negotiated with your real estate agent), then this price may be lower than average. If this is your first time buying property as an owner-occupant rather than as an investor there may be additional incentives available through local governments or other organizations who wish to encourage homeownership among their constituents.

Best Time of Day to Inspect Your Precision Home

When you’re getting ready to schedule your home inspection, it’s important to know the best time of day for optimum results. A morning appointment will give you more time to inspect the exterior of your home while taking advantage of natural light. If possible, try scheduling an inspection in the spring or summer when days are longer and sunlight is brighter. If possible, avoid scheduling an inspection on cloudy days because rain can make it difficult for our inspectors to see cracks or other issues that may be present on slanted roofs or siding surfaces something we want them focusing on! Afternoon appointments are still workable but may cause some inconvenience if we need access into attic spaces which may not be accessible after dark due to safety concerns.


Home inspections are a great way to find out about the condition of your home before you buy it. If there are problems, they can help you avoid expensive repairs later. A home inspection is also an opportunity to negotiate with sellers and get a better price when buying a home. Home inspections are a great way to make sure your home is in good shape before you move in. They can also be used as a tool to negotiate repairs with the seller or landlord if any problems are found during the inspection. If you’re thinking about buying or selling a house, I highly recommend getting an inspection done by someone who knows what they’re looking for!