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All HHI Inspections meet or exceed the strict standards and code of ethics set by the American  Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), a respected national organization known for it's commitment to greater competence and professionalism in the home inspection field
"This was our first time doing a home inspection. John went above and beyond our expectations by answering all of our questions and completing a well documented inspection." 
-Jesse Hinkemeyer

"We loved working with John! John was thorough, professional and insightful. John arrived on time and walked us through the entire inspection. He found things that we would have overlooked easily, saving us a lot of money. We were very satisfied overall with our experience and the detailed report we received. We would definitely recommend John for any home inspection".
-Jon and Annie Rhoades 

John Hammond - Certified Home Inspector
Full Inspections Include:

  • heating & cooling systems
  • windows & doors
  • electrical service & panels
  • main electrical disconnect
  • grounding & bonding
  • GFCI's & AFCI's
  • decks, steps & railings
  • driveways & walkways
  • foundations & water penetration
  • roof, flashing & siding
  • gutters & downspouts
  • fireplace damper door & hearth
  • chimneys & roof penetrations
  • plumbing, faucets & fixtures
  • kitchen & laundry appliances
  • attic insulation & ventilation
  • water heating system
  • sump pumps with accessible floats
  • accessible crawlspaces
  • lot drainage & slope
  • floors, stairways, walls & ceilings
  • garage doors, sensors & openers
What is a home inspection?

A home inspection is a process by which an inspector visually examines the readily available systems and components of a home. This includes structural, electrical, plumbing and mechanical systems such as the furnace and water heaters. The inspector evaluates these systems and components according to established standards and provides a documented report. 

Who needs a home inspection?

Prospective home buyers and investors should learn as much as possible about the condition of the property and the need for any major repairs before purchase. A seller may adjust the purchase price or make repairs if major problems are found.

Prospective home sellers have inspections prior to listing to help eliminate unexpected last minute repair hassles that could potentially delay closings or having to negotiate for a lesser value.

A 2 to 3 hour inspection including a detailed easy to understand report with pictures and explanations costs, on average, $250.00 to $325.00

Trained in compliance with the standards and code of ethics of the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI)