Home Inspectors Near Me

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Home Inspectors near Ashburn 20147, US

District Home Pro
(from 174 reviews)
District Home Pro
Serving District of Columbia, Maryland and Virginia
(202) 941-9911
Will Whittaker is your home inspector at District Home Pro, and he is determined to provide you a comprehensive, clear, and helpful property assessment. That is why he will take every step necessary to ensure that you completely understand the information he provides, every step of the way. His unbiased reports are easy to follow and include plenty of pictures because he knows you need information to protect yourself from the consequences of an uninformed purchase. You’re welcome to attend your home inspection, if being present during the whole inspection is not right for you, however, then we’ll walk you through our findings at your convenience–even over the phone! We also offer life-time consultations to help you continue making the most of your experience as a homeowner.Will's educational background is in the Classics and the history of mathematics and science, but he has been studying homes in the area for many years now. He is intimately familiar with the building practices typical for residential structures throughout the DC Metro area. This includes everything from classic row houses and vintage single-family homes, to newer renovations and fresh condo designs.Will has lived in many parts of the country, but the mid-Atlantic has always been home.  When Will is not inspecting, he paints, creates bonsai or keeps up on his reading. And don’t be surprised if you run into him on the streets of DC training service animals or weightlifting in the park!
Square One Home Inspections
(from 129 reviews)
Square One Home Inspections
Serving Northern Virginia, Fairfax county, Loudoun county, Prince Williams County, Stafford County, Fredericksburg, Washington DC, Fauquier county, Winchester
(703) 345-8380
One Stop Inspect, LLC
(from 74 reviews)
One Stop Inspect, LLC
Home Inspections, Pre-Listing Inspections, 'New Build' Pre-Drywall, Pre-Closing Final and 11-Month Builder Warranty Inspections, Radon Tests, Indoor Airborne Mold Tests and Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) Inspections,
Serving Northern Virginia (including Loudoun, Fairfax, Clarke, Prince William, Fauquier, and Frederick Counties (including cities of Ashburn, Berryville, Brambleton, Chantilly, Dulles, Fairfax City, Great Falls, Hamilton, Herndon, Leesburg, Mclean, Purcellville, Reston, Round Hill, Sterling, and Winchester), Suburban Maryland including Montgomery, Fredrick and Frederick Counties, and Washington DC
(703) 579-7611
Prompt & professional - One Stop Inspect offers Home Inspections and Radon Tests in Northern Virginia (Loudoun Fairfax, Prince William Fauquier, Clarke, and Frederick counties) and nearby Maryland and Washington DC.Call or text Jeff at 703-579-7611, or book online.One Stop Inspect offers Resale Home Inspections, 'New Construction' Inspections, advanced Radon Tests, lab-based Indoor Airborne Mold Tests, and more.  Visit our website to learn about our services.We use modern inspection methods with lots of photos and brief comments presented in a convenient color-coded format to ensure you can quickly zero-in on any areas of concern. Our 'virtual' or distance inspections during COVID can add a post-inspection Zoom call with the client, too.Our efficient process usually allows us to spend 2-3 hours onsite for a thorough inspection and we fully document and summarize the inspection in an easy-to-read report delivered via Email, usually within a few hours.Coming from a family of REALTORS®, I know the importance of delivering home inspections promptly with concise reports, and placing special focus on any major concerns we may find.Radon is a serious matter. Only those 'individual inspectors' who have passed the NRPP (or NRSB) National Certification Exam and Course are allowed to place, pickup and read results from your home's radon tests, no exceptions. Certification is per 'individual', and not per inspection 'company', and radon test devices placed or read by inspectors not completing all NRPP or NRSB requirements may be deemed invalid per state officials. We comply with NRPP and state requirements in our radon test program, NRPP #111340-RT.Buying a 'new construction' home?  I am certified to inspect New Residential Structures (NRS), a state requirement in Virginia for new construction homes and I offer pre-Drywall inspections, final walk-thru inspections, and 11-month builder warranty inspections.Schedule online now or text or call Jeff at 703-579-7611.  Visit www.OneStopInspect.com to learn more!
KEY Inspector
(from 14 reviews)
KEY Inspector
Residential Home Inspection, New Residential Pre-Closing Home Inspection, Pre-Listing Home Inspection, Pre-Offer Home Inspection, Follow-Up Home Inspection, Radon Testing
Serving Gainesville, Warrenton, Bristow, Manassas, Culpeper, Centreville, Chantilly, Haymarket, Woodbridge, Clifton, Lorton, Herndon, Reston, Leesburg, Sterling, Front Royal, Marshall, Fredericksburg, Stafford, Spotsylvania, Orange, Madison, Catlett, Bealeton, Madison, Ruckersville, Madison, Sperryville, Delaplane, Upperville, Middleburg, Purcellville, Great Falls, Fairfax, Tysons Corner, Oakton, Annandale, Springfield, Burke, Alexandria, Mount Vernon, Dumfries, Triangle, Quantico
(703) 743-2622
KEY Inspector Home Inspections serves Nokesville, Gainesville, and surrounding Northern Virginia areas. Whether you are buying or selling a home, getting a professional home inspection is vital. If you are a buyer, you need a clear picture of exactly what you are buying, so there are no surprises down the road. And if you are a seller, you want a pre-listing inspection to address issues now, not later.Please call 703-742-2622 or email us at kevin@keyinspector.com with any questions.
Frederick Home Inspection Services, LLC
(from 6 reviews)
Frederick Home Inspection Services, LLC
Residential home inspections Rental home inspection Radon Mold Pool Drone
Serving Frederick, Montgomery, Carrol and Howard counties.
(301) 351-2130
American Home Inspectors
(from 1 reviews)
Wrigley Home Inspections, LLC
Serving Reston, Herndon, Oak Hill, Chantilly, Dulles, Fairfax, Great Falls, McLean, Vienna, Ashburn, Leesburg, Sully Station, Virginia Run, Tysons, Virginia Run, Clifton, Centreville
(703) 407-1484
Tactical Home Inspections, LLC
Residential, Commercial, Pre-Listing, Buyer, Owner, 11 Month, Annual
Serving Virginia, Loudoun, Fairfax, Clarke, Fauquier, Frederick, Prince William, Warren, Arlington, Alexandria
(571) 498-3191
Trusted Advisor Home Inspections
Residential Inspections, Radon Gas Inspections, Indoor Air Quality Testing, Infrared Imaging
Serving Northern Virginia, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Fairfax, Centreville, Chantilly, Vienna, Gainesville, Haymarket, Dulles, Herndon, Sterling, Ashburn, Brambleton, Manassas, Haymarket, Aldie, Leesburg, Annandale, Falls Church, Tysons Corner, Reston, South Riding Oakton, Woodbridge, Front Royal
(571) 474-1050
VA License #3380000914Expiration: 06/30/2023
Fsi Inspections
Alexandria, VA 22314
(571) 233-5130
OverviewFSI Inspections strives to perform all inspections in substantial compliance with the Standards of Practice as set forth by NCHILB . As such, I inspect the readily accessible, visually observable, installed systems and components of the home as designated in these Standards of Practice. When systems or components designated in the Standards of Practice were present but were not inspected, the reason(s) the item was not inspected will be stated. This inspection is neither technically exhaustive or quantitative.This report contains observations of those systems and components that, in my professional judgement, were not functioning properly, significantly deficient, or unsafe. All items in this report that were designated for repair, replacement, maintenance, or further evaluation should be investigated by qualified tradespeople within the clients contingency period or prior to closing, which is contract applicable, to determine a total cost of said repairs and to learn of any additional problems that may be present during these evaluations that were not visible during a "visual only" Home Inspection.This inspection will not reveal every concern or issue that may be present, but only those significant defects that were visible at the time of inspection. This inspection can not predict future conditions, or determine if latent or concealed defects are present. The statements made in this report reflect the conditions as existing at the time of Inspection only, and expire at the completion of the inspection. Weather conditions and other changes in conditions may reveal problems that were not present at the time of inspection; including roof leaks, or water infiltration into crawl spaces or basements.This inspection is NOT intended to be considered as a GUARANTEE OR WARRANTY, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING THE CONDITIONS OF THE PROPERTY, INCLUDING THE ITEMS AND SYSTEMS INSPECTED, AND IT SHOULD NOT BE RELIED ON AS SUCH. This inspection report should be used alongside the sellers disclosure, pest inspection (WDI) report, and quotes and advice from the tradespeople recommended in this report to gain a better understanding of the condition of the home. Some risk is always involved when purchasing a property and unexpected repairs should be anticipated, as this is unfortunately, a part of home ownership. One Year Home Warranties are sometimes provided by the sellers, and are highly recommended as they will cover future repairs on major items and components of the home. If a warranty is not being provided by the seller(s), your Realtor can advise you of companies who offer them.Notice to Third Parties Notice to Third Parties: This report is the property of Tomcat Home Inspections and is Copyrighted as of 2020. The Client(s) and their Direct Real Estate Representative named herein have been named as licensee(s) of this document. This document is non-transferrable, in whole or in part, to any and all third-parties, including; subsequent buyers, sellers, and listing agents. Copying and pasting deficiencies to prepare the repair request is permitted. THE INFORMATION IN THIS REPORT SHALL NOT BE RELIED UPON BY ANYONE OTHER THAN THE CLIENT NAMED HEREIN. This report is governed by an Inspection Agreement that contained the scope of the inspection, including limitations, exclusions, and conditions of the copyright. Unauthorized recipients are advised to contact a qualified Home Inspector of their choosing to provide them with their own Inspection and Report.Items Not Inspected and Other LimitationsITEMS NOT INSPECTED - There are items that are not inspected in a home inspection such as, but not limited to; fences and gates, pools and spas, outbuildings or any other detached structure, refrigerators, washers / dryers, storm doors and storm windows, screens, window AC units, central vacuum systems, water softeners, alarm and intercom systems, and any item that is not a permanent attached component of the home. Also drop ceiling tiles are not removed, as they are easily damaged, and this is a non-invasive inspection. Subterranean systems are also excluded, such as but not limited to: sewer lines, septic tanks, water delivery systems, and underground fuel storage tanks.Water and gas shut off valves are not operated under any circumstances. As well, any component or appliance that is unplugged or "shut off" is not turned on or connected for the sake of evaluation. I don't have knowledge of why a component may be shut down, and can't be liable for damages that may result from activating said components / appliances.Also not reported on are the causes of the need for a repair; The methods, materials, and costs of corrections; The suitability of the property for any specialized use; Compliance or non-compliance with codes, ordinances, statutes, regulatory requirements or restrictions; The market value of the property or its marketability; The advisability or inadvisability of purchase of the property; Any component or system that was not observed; Calculate the strength, adequacy, design or efficiency of any system or component; Enter any area or perform any procedure that may damage the property or its components or be dangerous to the home inspector or other persons; Operate any system or component that is shut down or otherwise inoperable; Operate any system or component that does not respond to normal operating controls; Disturb insulation, move personal items, panels, furniture, equipment, plant life, soil, snow, ice, or debris that obstructs access or visibility.Lastly a home inspection does not address environmental concerns such as, but not limited to: Asbestos, lead, lead based paint, radon, mold, wood destroying organisms (termites, etc), cockroaches, rodents, pesticides, fungus, treated lumber, Chinese drywall, mercury, or carbon monoxide.Recommended Contractors InformationCONTRACTORS / FURTHER EVALUATION: It is recommended that licensed professionals be used for repair issues as it relates to the comments in this report, and copies of receipts are kept for warranty purposes. The use of the term "Qualified Person" in this report relates to an individual, company, or contractor whom is either licensed or certified in the field of concern. If I recommend evaluation or repairs by contractors or other licensed professionals, it is possible that they will discover additional problems since they will be invasive with their evaluation and repairs. Any listed items in this report concerning areas reserved for such experts should not be construed as a detailed, comprehensive, and / or exhaustive list of problems, or areas of concern.CAUSES of DAMAGE / METHODS OF REPAIR: Any suggested causes of damage or defects, and methods of repair mentioned in this report are considered a professional courtesy to assist you in better understanding the condition of the home, and in my opinion only from the standpoint of a visual inspection, and should not be wholly relied upon. Contractors or other licensed professionals will have the final determination on the causes of damage/deficiencies, and the best methods of repairs, due to being invasive with their evaluation. Their evaluation will supersede the information found in this report.Thermal Imaging InformationTHERMAL IMAGING: An infrared camera may be used for specific areas or visual problems, and should not be viewed as a full thermal scan of the entire home. Additional services are available at additional costs and would be supplemented by an additional agreement/addendum. Temperature readings displayed on thermal images in this report are included as a courtesy and should not be wholly relied upon as a home inspection is qualitative, not quantitative. These values can vary +/- 4% or more of displayed readings, and these values will display surface temperatures when air temperature readings would actually need to be conducted on some items which is beyond the scope of a home inspection. If a full thermal scan of the home is desired, please reach out to me schedule this service.Other Notes - Important InfoINACCESSIBLE AREAS: In the report, there may be specific references to areas and items that were inaccessible or only partly accessible. I can make no representations regarding conditions that may be present in these areas but were concealed or inaccessible for review. With access and an opportunity for inspection, reportable conditions or hidden damage may be found in these areas.COMPONENT LIFE EXPECTANCY - Components may be listed as having no deficiencies at the time of inspection, but may fail at any time due to their age or lack of maintenance, that couldn't be determined by the inspector.PHOTOGRAPHS: Several photos are included in your inspection report. These photos are for informational purposes only and do not attempt to show every instance or occurrence of a defect.TYPOGRAPHICAL ERRORS: This report is proofread before sending it out, but typographical errors may be present. If any errors are noticed, please feel free to contact me for clarification.
Ridge to Foundation Home Inspections Services, LLC
Serving Northern Virginia, Western Maryland, Eastern West Virginia, Western Virginia, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Jefferson County, Washington County, Montgomery County, Howard County, Prince William County, Fauquier County, Frederick County, Clarke County
(571) 207-8519
ProTec Inspection Services
Serving Washington D.C., Maryland, Northern Virginia, Greater Philadelphia, New Jersey
(301) 972-8531