MA Home Inspections

by 4 Top Home Inspectors In MA

5 MA Home Inspection Myths

The four licensed Massachusetts home inspectors listed below have over 85 years combined "real" home inspection experience (as opposed to home related experience) and provide top quality narrative (descriptive) reports with digital photos, delivered same day or within 24 hours (as opposed to handwritten checklist reports without photos.) Home inspection clients can't always follow the inspector into areas such as basement or attic crawl spaces. Photos allow clients to "see" the issues up close in these hard to access areas.

Some inexperienced MA home inspectors claim years of "home building related experience", however, being a carpenter, plumber, roofer, electrician, builder, real estate agent, architect, or even an engineer for 25 years does not qualify someone to be a professional home inspector. If your criteria for a home inspector is based on a low fee, you must reavaluate your reasons for having a home inspection.

Did the listing real estate agent recommend a home inspector to you?

Is the inspector you're considering listed on a real estate agent's website?

Did you get a home inspector's brochure from a real estate office?

Did the real estate agent or home inspector offer a home warranty?

Highly qualified, experienced MA home inspectors

The home inspectors linked below performed all the inspections themselves (no sub-contractors). Highly qualified, experienced MA home inspectors who provide a superior inspection service will prove to be the best long term value for the inspection fee charged. The inspector's home town is listed for reference only, as the inspectors may travel up to 75 miles or 1 1/2 hours from their home town.

Inspection Photos

Photos help show / prove item conditions to other interested parties involved in the sales transaction. It requires more time to take and edit photos, that's why few inspectors include photos with their reports.