Extraordinary service since 2010

Now that you've found a home and your offer has been accepted, you have a limited time to learn all there is to know about the house you are buying. Your TrueHome Inspector uses proven methods and the latest technology to protect you from crushing hidden expenses.

At TrueHome, our mission is to study the built environment and to educate and inform our clients and business partners. We encourage our clients to attend the Home Inspection and we love answering questions! For first-time home buyers, this is a great opportunity to discuss home maintenance items and prepare buyers for home ownership. For seasoned buyers, we will usually dive a little deeper into repair items and building science. We will never rush you through the process or leave questions unanswered.

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What  Can You Expect from TrueHome?

We allow three to four hours for the typical home inspection, so that we are not rushed, and can provide the most thorough inspection possible. At TrueHome Inspection, we encourage clients to participate in the inspection and we take time for client consultation, so that we can answer all of your questions, and walk you through all of the systems of your new home.

TrueHome Inspection reports are known for being detailed, yet easy-to-understand, and are delivered within 24 hours of the inspection. We maintain the highest standards of technical writing, and take time to fully annotate photos and thermal images so that you are never left wondering, "OK, what am I looking at here?" 

Beware of Home Inspectors that promise same-day report turn-around. A TrueHome inspector will never write reports on-site; a thorough Home Inspection cannot be done with the inspector's nose in a phone or tablet. Detailed report-writing takes time, and same-day reporting suggests that the inspector may be rushing through your job, or using general, boilerplate disclosures that may not provide the thoroughness and detail you need to make an informed home-buying decision. 

We also use FLIR infrared inspection cameras to detect leaks, moisture intrusion points and insulation problems that you can’t see with the naked eye. It is our belief that using the industry's most advanced technology can help to give the most thorough, non-invasive inspection possible.

Finally, our standards-compliant reports follow the Standards of Practice set forth by InterNACHI, and accepted by the state of Florida. It is important to realize, however, that these are minimum standards. Our reporting is more in-depth and our inspections broader in scope than is required, because our clients, realtors, and building professionals have come to expect nothing but the best from TrueHome Inspection.

What is a Home Inspection?

A home inspection is a visual evaluation of a home's visible structural elements, major systems and the components to determine whether defects or safety issues exist. A TrueHome Inspection is designed to reflect, as accurately as possible, the visible condition of the home at the time of the inspection. It is an important resource for home buyers who need to understand the condition of a property they intend to purchase, or a great starting point for anyone considering selling their home. Knowing the condition of your property helps you determine a fair and reasonable market value and helps prevent costly surprises down the road when a potential buyer has the home inspected.

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