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Home Inspectors in Pennsylvania (PA)
“Buying a house is a big investment. Allow Del-Val to give you the confidence you need to make an informed decision about the house you want to buy. I am a first time home buyer specialist and work with you so you understand and are comfortable moving forward with your transaction. We are a one stop shop and offer Home Inspection, Radon , Termite, Septic , Water and Mold testing as needed at time of inspection.
“Fully certified and insured residential home inspection company. Over 20 yrs of home construction and inspection experience. Buyer, Seller, Mold, Radon and Termite inspections. Professional and courteous. Flexible scheduling. Competitive pricing.
“We are a family run firm that focuses on being a one stop shop for your residential home inspection needs. Buying or selling a home can be stressful. With that in mind, we consider our job to be a full investigation of your property and its systems to identify and explain both the pros and cons of the structure. In addition to general home inspections, we offer water quality testing, investigate for the presence of wood-destroying organisms, mold analysis, and are certified by the state of Pennsylvania to measure Radon. We are always available by phone or email to answer your questions.
Who can be a home inspector?
These companies in Pennsylvania (PA) are sometimes referred to as building inspectors, property inspectors, real estate inspectors or home inspectors. Some states require home inspectors to be licensed although the certification does not adhere to a national standard. Licensing may require passing an exam administered by one of the national organizations such as ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors), InternACHI (International Association of Certified Home Inspectors), NAHI (National Association of Home Inspectors) or the National Academy of Building Inspection Engineers (NABIE). The licensing states usually require a period of apprenticeship. Home Inspectors have complementary skills to real estate appraisers, property appraisers and home appraisers and sometimes combine their practices although they are licensed separately.
How to find a Home Inspector with specific Home Inspector skills?
If you're looking for a specialist in Pennsylvania, try to refine your search with our left nav bar.
You can also try contacting a Home Inspector professional to ask for a consultation or referral.
Can a Home Inspector help?
Check this page for licensed home inspectors, licensed building inspectors, licensed property inspectors and licensed real estate inspectors in Pennsylvania (PA). If these inspection companies are not licensed, they may be certified by one of the national organizations as certified home inspectors, certified building inspectors, certified property inspectors and certified real estate inspectors in Pennsylvania (PA).
What can a skilled Home Inspector do?
The best home inspectors in Pennsylvania (PA) carry out home inspection, real estate inspection, property inspection and building inspection. The companies in Pennsylvania (PA) perform services when a contract to purchase a house, property or building includes a contingency that the contract is not valid until a home inspector has inspected the property. Inspectors can provide a report or issue an inspection certificate in Pennsylvania (PA) (or certificates) to certify their work.