An unbiased and comprehensive review of your home inspection
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LOOK Property Inspection will have your home inspection report available to you within 24 hours. In most cases, you will have your report emailed to you the same day as your inspection. Our reports can be generated for viewing on both desktop and mobile devices.
The LOOK Property Inspection team prides itself on their knowledge and education which we apply to every home inspection. We regularly attend courses and test utilizing ED/DoEd approved continuing education courses and seminars to stay up to date with the latest tools and technologies in the home inspection industry today.
Color coded system tabs on every page makes it easy to navigate your home inspection report. Our reports are easy to read and understandable. Pictures and illustrations are provided to make noted defects clear. View sample report.
How much does a home inspection cost? At LOOK, we have eliminated the fluff and present you an honest and fair pricing structure based on your specific needs instead. What you pay for is what you’ll get with our award winning customer service and support.
Should I walk around the house with you?
Absolutely. We’re happy to explain everything we observe. There will be times where the inspector must focus and evaluate, but feel free to join us and ask questions.
Can my agent be there too?
Yes! Agents are encouraged to be there and be engaged so they can know what they’re writing up in your Repair Request Addendum.
What should I be looking for on the report?
Our reports contain many images so you can identify what has been inspected. The report will describe safety concerns, items for general repair and regular maintenance items.
The summary will be the most helpful area of the report, right at the top.
Will there be recommendations on who to call?
We will do our best to suggest the proper professional for further evaluation or repair when deemed necessary.
Can I call you if I have questions after I get the report?
Please don’t hesitate. We appreciate hearing any questions you might have or topics you are thinking about. Reach out via phone, text or email.
Can you give me some preferred contractors to call?
Due to impartiality, we prefer not to. In some instances, though, we may make exceptions. However, we still highly recommend that you contact at least two or three in your area for quotes and conduct your own research.
Our goal at LOOK Property Inspection is to provide the most comprehensive, simple to understand, and accurate home inspection services available. We will respect your time, provide an unbiased review, and assure your peace of mind by evaluating the current condition of one of the greatest assets you’re bound to acquire.
Whether you require a buyer’s inspection, a pre-listing inspection, or an inspection specific to ensuring timely maintenance of your current home, we can help.
Our certified home inspectors are here to fit your individual needs and ensure that you are aware of any potential issues with your current home, or a home that you’re interested in purchasing.
We focus heavily on education, and our goal is to give you all the knowledge you need about the property in question and its overall condition. We welcome clients observing and asking questions as we walk through the home.
LOOK Property Inspection uses a comprehensive checklist to complete your home inspection. We explain the overall, general condition of the home and its systems as we’ve observed, to you and your agent after your inspection is complete. Your comprehensive report, for use on either desktop or mobile, is sent online in either HTML or PDF format, documenting all our observations including photos, reference materials and additional details.
Foundations, grading & drainage, basements, walkways, and floor, wall and ceiling structures.
Roof coverings, drainage systems, flashings and skylights, chimneys and other roof penetrations.
Service entrance and panels, branch circuits, connected devices and fixtures, smoke and carbon monoxide detectors, and making sure your outlets are GFCI-protected.
Fixtures and faucets, water supply systems, drain, waste and vent systems, water heater, vents, flues and chimneys, and any sump pumps or fuel storage and distribution systems.
Heating and cooling equipment, ducts, vents and flues.
Dishwasher, garbage disposal, range hood, range or oven, cooktop, microwave, trash compactor, bathroom exhaust fans, garage door operator, and other built-in appliances.