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Home inspection and what we check

A typical home has over 10,000 systems and components. And they are all connected in some way. When everything works together in the most desirable way, the homeowner is rewarded with a house that is durable, comfortable, healthy, and energy-efficient. Buying a home is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it’s important to get home inspected.

A home inspection is a visual non-invasive examination of the home’s major structure, systems, and components that are visible and safely accessible. We find and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer. Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs to severe damage or safety and health concerns.

The main systems of a residential building inspection include the following:

  • Roof, attic, insulation and ventilation;
  • Exterior;
  • Basement, foundation, crawlspace and structure;
  • Heating;
  • Cooling, plumbing;
  • Electrical;
  • Doors, windows and interior.

Home inspections are limited in scope and cannot identify every problem that may exist within a home. Inspectors can only inspect visible and accessible areas and components, and many systems and components are hidden or inaccessible, making it impossible to inspect them.


During the home inspection, we’ll demonstrate to you how each component of your home operates, how to care for it,
and how to conserve energy. Each of our reports includes a number of links that lead to a number of documents that explain the systems and parts of your home.

Buy- Back Guarantee is included with our inspection

Home inspectors who have earned InterNACHI® certification can take advantage of the InterNACHI® Buy-Back Guarantee. According to this guarantee, InterNACHI® will purchase the home back from the buyer if the inspector overlooks a covered item during the inspection and the buyer purchases the property.

This guarantee is a fantastic way to provide homebuyers additional peace of mind, and it can help set InterNACHI®-certified inspectors apart from other professionals in the field.

Tips for Homebuyers

We provide you with useful guidance in our free, downloadable booklet that will help you expedite your real estate transaction with the help of your InterNACHI® Certified Professional Inspector.

Life expectancy

For additional information, see www.nachi.org/lifeexpectancy. The InterNACHI life expectancy chart contains information about the estimated life expectancy of various products, systems, and components.

Meet your inspector

Maksim Nikolin

My family, I, and our dog all reside in Commerce Township in Oakland County, which is renowned for its abundance of lakes, parks, and outdoor recreation opportunities. I adore Lia, our golden doodle, and summertime in Commerce Township.

I also hold a master’s degree in engineering in addition to my home inspection certification. With my current knowledge of engineering, I can bring a technical understanding of the construction process, building systems, and materials that can improve your home inspection experience. I may also be able to provide additional services such as energy efficiency assessments, or recommendations for upgrades and repairs. My interest for engineering, building, and home renovation has driven me to acquire useful skills and knowledge in these fields. My attention to detail, precision, and focus on proper functionality are all important qualities that can contribute to successful home inspections and satisfied clients. I enjoy sharing mine expertise with others and helping them make informed decisions about their homes.

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