The American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI) are true industry-leaders in home inspection services. With years of extensive experience, they specialize in timely and affordable home inspections for new and existing properties. With an ASHI Certified Home Inspector, you are guaranteed timely and efficient inspections across the board. From attics and crawlspaces to foundations and Sheetrock – all customers receive expert, certified, trusted, and reliable home inspections from educated experts. All it takes is one phone call or e-mail to schedule a complimentary consultation. You can also find a local home inspector simply by accessing the extensive listings at the site.
The ASHI Experience
With over 40 years of extensive experience, ASHI inspectors continue to receive stellar industry ratings and customer reviews. In fact, every inspection is customized and personalized to meet your specific needs and demands. As always, the home inspector abides by the strictest guidelines, rules, and ethics that govern the home inspection industry. Inspectors also take the time to educate home owners about the processes involved in passing property inspections. Services include but are not limited to:
- Precise and concise structural inspections– foundations, bricks, Sheetrock, building materials, components, and more.
- Detailed home exterior inspections– shutters, rooftops, shingles, drainage lines, sprinkler systems, and more.
- Plumbing inspections– pipes, parts, components, water lines, mold detection and remediation, accessory inspections and more.
- HVAC system inspections– heating, air-conditioning, coils, exterior/interior units, ducts, attics, basements, crawlspaces, checking for leaks and mechanical failure – ensuring optimal airflow in properties that meet all required guidelines.
- Other inspections – fireplaces, ventilation systems and ducts, complete electrical wiring and system inspections.
Choosing ASHI inspectors means you get quality services from experts that have passed the most rigorous exams in the industry today. In fact, many inspectors must perform more than 250 inspections before they are allowed to call themselves certified. This ensures high-quality inspections and services that no other professional inspection society can attest to.
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