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Buying a home is the biggest investment you’ll ever make

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What our customers are saying

Based on a friend's referral we sought after Inspectpro's services. They were found to be professional, extremely knowledgeable, and skilled in the field of home inspection. They were able to point out quite a few problems with the home we bought which we hadn't even noticed, which we brought to the sellers attention, saving us thousands of dollars in what would have been repairs to pay for later on. I was very happy with their immense knowledge and detailed report. I strongly recommend them to anybody who is looking for a reliable home inspector. A+++

Peter V.

Go with a Pro

Inspectpro is available 7 days a week for Home inspections. We are located in Franklin square and proudly serve all Long Island and the Five Boroughs.  We are here to give you a clear picture of the biggest investment you will ever make. When you need to know, call a pro.

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Why getting a home inspection is a good Idea

  • It Provides an "Out". A quality home inspection can reveal critical information about the condition of a home and its systems. This makes the buyer aware of what costs, repairs and maintenance the home may require immediately, and over time. If a buyer isn't comfortable with the findings of the home inspection, it usually presents one last opportunity to back out of the offer to buy. (This step is important when purchasing a property because it may save you thousands.
  • Safety. A home inspection can detect safety issues like asbestos, carbon monoxide, and mold. Remediation can be costly.
  • Negotiating Tool. A home inspection report presents an opportunity to ask for repairs and/or request a price reduction or credit from the seller. Work with your realtor to understand what requests can and should be made to negotiate a better deal.
  • Learn to Protect Your Investment. The home inspector is a valuable educational resource. He or she can suggest specific tips on how to maintain the home, and ultimately save you thousands of dollars in the long term.

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