Huffman Inspections has been in business since 1989. We are locally owned & family operated. Our reputation is built on decades of honesty, integrity, and excellent service to our clients at one of the most important decisions in their lives – buying or selling a home. We will guide you through every aspect of your inspection; from our office staff scheduling your inspection, to addressing concerns at the property, and to answering questions about the report after completion. Our inspectors are bound to a strict code of ethics; this ensures quality service while providing a high standard of professionalism & inspection procedures. Our inspectors are certified members of InterNACHI and are fully insured & bonded.
Huffman Inspections offers more than just home inspections. We also preform stucco & exterior cladding inspections, commercial inspections, pre-listing & one-year warranty inspections, radon testing, moisture testing, and home education to any home owner. On a General Home Inspection of the property, we inspect exterior, structural, electrical, HVAC, & plumbing. We provide quality, color photos with every inspection. Our inspectors will provide honest, objective, and thorough inspection reports.
Why Hire an Inspector?
Real estate is typically the largest investment you will make. Protect your investment with a professional property inspection. An analysis of the property conducted by a qualified and experienced professional inspector can identify non-functioning systems, damaged building components, safety issues and potential concerns as well as identify some of the positive aspects of the property. Having this information before you purchase, sell, repair or remodel can return many dividends, both financially and emotionally.
For the buyer, a pre-purchase home inspection is generally scheduled after a sales contract has been accepted; typically there is an inspection clause in the sales contract allowing for a home inspection. An inspection should be scheduled as soon as possible so that the buyer will have time to consider the findings in the inspection report and pursue specialty inspections as needed or obtain bids for repairs of the concerns identified.
Homeowners often schedule a home inspection prior to listing their home for sale. Upon completion of a listing inspection the homeowner will have time to obtain competitive bids for the concerns to be addressed or know what they need to disclose. Homeowner’s often schedule a home inspection prior to beginning repairs or a remodeling project. A professional home inspection will help them to prioritize the repairs or remodeling that they intend to do; this can help the home owner to spend their budget on items that are critical for the performance of the home.