An inspection under NACHI certification is a testament to a thorough evaluation of a property or building. It is conducted by a certified home inspector member of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI). This type of inspection is not just a routine check but a process that strictly adheres to NACHI’s high standards and code of ethics, ensuring the integrity and reliability of the inspection.

A NACHI-certified inspection comprehensively assesses the property’s structure, systems, and components. No aspect is overlooked, from the roof to the foundation, plumbing to electrical, heating to HVAC, and more. The inspector then compiles a detailed report on the property’s condition, highlighting any issues or concerns that could affect the home’s safety, functionality, or value. This level of detail ensures that no stone is left unturned, giving you a complete picture of your property’s health.

At, these are some of the many items we inspect.

Foundation & Support Structure




Water Heater


Electrical Capacity & Components

Electrical Panel

Walks & Driveways

Heating System


Windows & Doors


Gutters & Downspouts

Sump Pumps

When choosing a NACHI-certified home inspector, you’re selecting a trained and certified professional to perform high-quality inspections. They don’t just identify issues; they provide expert recommendations for maintenance and repairs. This certification instills confidence in the inspection process for home buyers and sellers, assuring them that a qualified professional has thoroughly evaluated the property. A NACHI-certified home inspector is your trusted guide through the inspection process, ensuring you have all the information you need to make informed decisions about your property.