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How to find your Pillar To Post home inspector

Whether you’re buying or selling your home, here’s what you need to know about setting up an inspection.

Request Inspection

Find local inspectors using your zip or postal code. To request an inspection, you can contact the inspector by phone, email or through the form on their website.

Book a convenient time

A Pillar To Post representative will be in touch to schedule your inspection when it is most convenient for you. Questions about how the inspection process works? Just ask!

Get your inspection and your report

You’re welcome to join your inspector to understand what’s being covered. We print reports on-site immediately after the inspection, so you can review it right away.

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Home Inspection Services

Our Inspection Packages

We offer three exclusive Home Inspection Packages that allow you to select the range of services you prefer, so you can have peace of mind about buying the home you love. Your report is printed and delivered at the time of the inspection, so there’s no waiting for results. You’ll also have online access to your report anytime.

A professional home evaluation of all major items inside and outside the home is the core of the Pillar To Post home inspection. Our inspectors conduct a visual inspection of accessible systems and components of the home including:

  • Structure and Foundation
  • Electrical Systems
  • Plumbing Systems
  • Roofs and Attics
  • Basements and Crawl Spaces
  • Gutters and Drainage
  • Walls, Floors and Ceilings
  • Porches and Decks
  • Property and Site

We also inspect and operate:

  • Furnaces in Heating Season
  • Air Conditioning in Cooling Season
  • Plumbing Fixtures in Kitchens, Baths and Laundries
  • Water Heaters
  • A Representative Sampling of Lights and Receptacles
  • A Representative Sampling of Windows and Doors
  • Built-in Appliances

All Pillar To Post inspectors are members of regional, state, national and provincial associations across the United States and Canada, and all inspections are conducted within the Standards of Practice of these associations.

In addition to our core inspection, many of our offices also offer added services, click here to learn more.

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Getting your home inspection-ready

Here’s a checklist of what you’ll need to cover before having your home inspected.

Home inspection disclose information

Disclosures and Warranties

Disclose past fires or floods and any repair work that has been completed.

Provide building permits and plans for any major renovations.

Provide invoices and warranties for major improvements, roofs, furnaces and appliances.

Routine Maintenance

Routine Exterior Maintenance

Repair damaged masonry on walkways and steps.

Seal driveway cracks.

Repair minor defects in exterior wall materials.

Recaulk around exterior windows and doors.

Replace damaged or missing shingles.

Recaulk around windows and doors.

Clean debris from gutters and check downspouts for proper drainage.

Routine Maintenance Interior

Routine Interior Maintenance

Repair leaky faucets and fixtures.

Recaulk around bathtubs and sinks.

Have an electrician inspect receptacles and switches and make necessary repairs.

Repair cracked or broken window glass.

Loosen any windows that are painted shut.

Arrange service for the furnace and central air conditioning.

Have the chimney swept.

Replace batteries in smoke detectors and install detectors where missing.

Day of home inpsection

On Inspection Day

Plan to be away from the home for two to three hours while the inspection is conducted.

Provide keys for locked doors.

Clear entrances to storage sheds, attic, yard, crawl spaces, basement and garage.

Provide access to components such as electrical panels, water meter and gas meter.

Move objects away from the water heater, furnace, and air conditioner.

Clear paths of snow and debris.

Keep pets in a safe location out of the home or in a crate.

Choosing Pillar To Post, the #1 home inspection company, is the best move you can make.