A buyers inspection typically takes about 2-1/2 to 3-1/2 hours depending on the complexity of the home.

We inspect all the significant operating systems and components from structure to interior to roof to exterior.

What should you do during the inspection?

Be there!

Walk along.

Ask questions.

Mention any concerns.

You are invited to accompany the inspector. Feel free to ask questions, make comments, direct the inspector to any areas of concern.

This is an opportunity to learn more about the home you may have spent only a short time in so far. Take advantage of an extended period of time to get more familiar with it. Bring your list of questions; bring your tape measure. Bring your own family expert, if you wish.

No, you do not have to be at the inspection, but, being able to see any problems, issues or interesting features of the home and be able to discuss them on-site makes the whole process more meaningful. Yes, you will get a detailed, comprehensive report, but, your participation in the process can be a real advantage.

You will be asked to sign a Home Inspection Agreement which includes the amount charged for the inspection and explains the rules for home inspections as prescribed by the State of Wisconsin.