Last Updated: Dec 5, 2013
The General Home Inspection
A professional home inspection gives buyers valuable information about a prospective purchase and helps provide peace of mind. An AmeriSpec® inspection includes a visual and operational examination of more than 400 items both in and outside the home -- everything from the foundation to the roof. Our quality inspectors are trained to meet and exceed the highest standards in the home inspection industry.
At AmeriSpec, we have earned the trust of Corporate America by consistently exceeding the highest quality service standards. We understand that a poor inspection not only represents a loss in your time, it also represents a loss in your investment. That’s why we work hard to pay attention to every detail in the inspection process. Read more.
Our Job is to ensure your relocation runs as smoothly as possible. Through the use of our own AmeriSpec proprietary inspection software, the quality and consistency of our AmeriSpec Report is simply unmatched in the industry. Sophisticated inspector performance tracking software even identifies and addresses potential problems before they become issues.
Our AmeriSpec General Home Inspection and Employee Relocation Council (ERC) reports are consistent and easy to understand. No matter which local franchised office performs the inspection, you can rest assured your report will be delivered in a standardized format that makes reviewing fast and simple.
AmeriSpec relocation inspectors are dedicated personnel that possess a wealth of technical knowledge to ensure accurate answers to all your questions before, during and after the inspection.
Home Energy Tune-Up Inspections
To reduce utility bills, the first step is to find out where energy is being wasted. This requires a residential energy inspection performed by an AmeriSpec Certified Energy Inspector (who has no financial interest in the improvements recommended). Your inspector will examine, measure, and evaluate the factors affecting energy usage in your home; for example, the home’s size, appliance efficiency, insulation, draftiness of rooms, and the efficiency of any heating and cooling systems (HVAC).
AmeriSpec inspectors will show you how to improve the comfort of your home and cut heating and cooling costs, all while ensuring adequate ventilation for a healthy indoor environment.
For more information on the detailed analysis, click here.
Commercial Property Inspections
The goal of an AmeriSpec Commercial Property Inspection is to identify and communicate any observable, physical deficiencies of the material systems, components, and equipment within a commercial property. All AmeriSpec Commercial Inspections adhere to the Standard Guide for Property Condition Assessments as defined by the American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standards. To read more click here.
Buyers and users of just about any type of commercial property can benefit from a building inspection. Since the best builders can still make mistakes, even new construction can have physical deficiencies requiring costly repairs. Buildings targeted for renovation or reuse (such as offices converted to residential units or warehouses converted to retail space) can also benefit from a review.
AmeriSpec’s professionals are trained to inspect a variety of small to medium size commercial properties including:
For more details on commercial inspections and a commercial inspection checklist, click here.
AmeriSpec inspectors are also trained to perform a large variety of specialty services*, which may include: