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Ask your family / friends
If they bought a home recently, ask them if their inspector did a good job, and whether or not they'd hire that person again. Ask your real estate agent
Agents deal with home inspectors every day, so they know who the good ones are.
Ask how long your home inspector has been in business.
Ask how many inspections your home inspector has performed.
Check for professional memberships, certifications, training
Review the written disclaimers that the home inspector will be using in his
report as well as the proposed scope of the inspection. Make certain all areas
that are important to you (structural, roof, termite, electrical, A/C) will be covered.
The lowest fee quoted for inspection services, or for the matter, any service should raise a red flag. Do not expect to receive quality, experienced and thoughtful work for a cut rate price. As the proven words reflect,
YOU GET WHAT YOU PAY FOR!