Memphis Home Buyers Inspection

Memphis Home Buyers Inspection, do you need it?

The only way to know for sure if you’re buying a dream home or money pit is to hire a full-time, experienced, and certified Memphis Home Buyers Inspector.

Part-time inspection firms and family members simply can’t provide the comprehensive inspection and report that you will need and trust to take to the seller.

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Why choose us for home buyers inspection?

Most average inspection companies only cover 400 items while, at In-House Inspections, we cover 1600 items in and around the home.

Our premiere Tennessee home inspections exceed industry standards and are among the most thorough in the industry, exposing unknown defects and advising you about future maintenance or we can recommend improvements.

At In-House Inspections LLC, we perform a 100% inspection.

If it’s accessible we inspect it & report on it.

We even GUARANTEE our inspections!


In-House Inspections cover the following areas:

1) Inspection of the Site and Grounds

Which will include items such as grading for drainage, patios, porches, decks, trees, and bushes which may affect the home and all other items as they relate to the grading and landscaping.

2) The exterior of the home protects the interior of the home

These exterior components of the property include the foundation, retaining walls, siding, trim, windows, chimneys, and other related items. Each of these items is inspected for their overall condition and how it relates to the dwelling.

3) Roof & Attic Structure

The Roof and attic structure provide the primary protection for all the components of the building. There are numerous roof styles and finish materials.

Each style and material is inspected carefully for wear, leaks, defects, and other deficiencies. Roofing problems that go undetected can cause serious harm to other components of the building.

The attic of the home is the uppermost portion of the dwelling, which remains on the interior. It is inspected for quality construction, insulation type and thickness, water penetration, venting, and exposed electrical hazards.

4) All Living Areas

Interior components of the home include various rooms and related items, our inspector will go through each room including all visible and accessible areas of the home.

This is a very important part of the inspection because symptoms of larger problems are often visible in these areas.

Settling can is noticeable in the floors and walls. Leaks may be noticeable on the ceilings.

Our inspector will go through every room making notes of relevant defects.

5) Garages

The garage inspection will include an attached and detached structure.

A few items to be inspected are the proper installation of electrical service (including ground fault circuit interruption or also known as GFCI). We test and operate garage doors and related components, inspect overall construction on attached/detached garages, and also inspect for proper firewalls and auto-close mechanisms at the access doors.

This is just to name a few.

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The type, condition, and complexity of the electrical system will have a lot to do with the age of the home.

The older the home, the more complex and time-consuming the electrical inspection tends to be.

The electrical inspection will involve inspecting electrical outlets, switches, lighting, and any visible electrical wiring in the attic and basement.

We will also remove the dead front cover to the main electrical panel. We inspect the following items at the panel such as breakers and or fuses, wiring, grounding, double taps, etc.

7) Heating and Air Conditioning

A comfortable living environment is provided by the mechanical systems of the house.

Each system has many components and there are also many different system types.

For example Gas heat vs. a Heat pump. Our inspector will evaluate the proper operation of each system and component and report on any defects.

The mechanical system includes all interior and exterior components.

8) Plumbing System

The plumbing system includes all piping, fixtures, appliances, and accessories.

The In-House home buyer inspector will examine and operate all fixtures, run several gallons of water through the plumbing waste pipes to thoroughly exercise the system. He will also leak check the pipes, look for signs of a dripping valve or valves, corrosion, reversed hot and cold water supply, limited hot water, or inadequate water pressure.

9) Kitchens

The kitchen is the heart and soul of the home.

This is where most Americans spend their time when home and not sleeping.

Kitchens, that often use substandard materials and products will be a source of expensive future upgrades.

Memphis home sellers inspector will inspect the condition of the cabinets, countertops, run all appliances, inspect for safety hazards, inspect for water damage around the sink, dishwasher, and base cabinets.

10) Bathrooms

Besides the kitchen, the bathroom is normally one of the most expensive areas to replace or refurbish.

The inspector will carefully check all areas including the sink vanity, tub, shower, around the toilet, and all supply valves.

These areas are more prone to hidden damage water damage.

He will advise you of any visible defects and alert you to any potential hidden defects such as a leaking shower pan or a hole in the bathtub.

11) Health, Fire, and Safety

Under health, fire and safety these are items such as emergency egress windows, handrails, smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, Radon, termites, well water testing, Lead base paint, leaking gas valves, ventilation, and combustion air in rooms with gas or oil-fired appliances.

These areas are all inspected, operated, and tested by your inspector.

And since they are very important for your family’s safety, rest assured that our inspector will take it very seriously.

* These tests must be ordered separately and additional charges will apply.

So, who should you call to schedule your Memphis Home Buyers Home Inspection?

There’s only one choice to ensure that you and your family get the “Peace of Mind” you’re looking for — In-House Inspections LLC.

Don’t Get STUCK With A Bunch Of Unpleasant Surprises Once You Move Into The Home!

Call your Memphis Home Inspector at (901) 609-7555 or email today!

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When you are buying a home, you want to be sure that the property is in good condition and that there are no hidden surprises. This is why getting a home inspection is crucial. A home inspection is an examination of the home by a trained professional to assess the condition of the property. In-House Inspections LLC is your go-to professional home inspection company.

The team of pro home inspectors at In-House Inspections LLC follows certain standards set by the state of Tennessee. These standards cover a wide range of items, from the home’s structure to the condition of the plumbing and electrical systems.

A home inspection will give you peace of mind and help you make an informed decision about the property you are considering buying. In-House Inspections LLC offers a wide range of services, including Home Buyers Inspection, Home Buyers Inspection, and more.

Call In-House Inspections LLC and hire your Certified Home Inspector Today at (901) 609-7555 or schedule online 24/7.

The More Thoroughly We Inspect Your Home, The More Defects We Discover, and The More Money You Save!