Home Inspections FAQ's


Currently there are no licensing laws in Utah for home inspectors. That is why you want to pick a CERTIFIED HOME INSPECTOR that has been properly trained and passed the National Home Inspection Exam.

InterNACHI stands for InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors. InterNACHI’s standards of practice have become the leader in the industry. 

Only an InterNACHI inspector can provide you with a professional, personalized inspection that combines the highest technical standards, adherence to a strict code of ethics and the very best in customer service and education.

When you choose InterNACHI, you’ll be working with a professional home inspector who has passed the most rigorous technical examinations in effect today. No other professional society can match the credentials of an InterNACHI inspector.

View the InterNACHI Standards Of Practice

We make your home inspection as simple and painless as possible. After you Schedule An Inspection we take care of the rest!

We welcome all of our clients to attend the home inspection. The average inspection takes 3-4 hours to complete. If you don’t have the time to attend, we at least encourage you to sit down with your inspector afterwards to go over the findings in the report.

A lot of our clients prefer to show up for the last 30 min or so of the inspection to see first hand any concerns there may be.

If you are out of town or unable to attend, no problem, the report will explain everything. All findings are described in detail with pictures.

Your Inspector is always available to answer any questions you may have about the report, even if it’s months after the inspection. Customer service is our absolute top priority!

The home inspection report is basically ready when the inspection is complete. We use top of the line reporting software that allows us to create an incredibly reader friendly report with pictures as we go.

However, our inspectors are extremely maticulous and detail orientated, they usually like to go over and edit the report before you receive the final copy. Expect your full report in your email inbox no later than when you wake up the next morning.

You are the sole-owner of the report as the purchaser of the home inspection. That means you are under no obligation to disclose it to your seller or buyer.

Certainly a home inspection will highlight any defects with your home, but understand that no home is perfect.

Our goal is to give you all the information about the home so you can make an informed decision while helping you understand more about maintenance specific to your individual home.