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Home Inspections for North Carolina

Residential Inspection Services

Home Inspections of WNC provides residential inspection services to Western North Carolina, including Asheville, Waynesville, Sylva, and the surrounding areas. If you’re unsure about your inspection needs, feel free to contact us for assistance!

Buyers home inspection services

Buyer’s Inspection

Our Buyer’s Inspection service will make sure you know exactly what you’re purchasing. You’ll receive a complete and thorough inspection report that includes everything that’s required by the State of North Carolina. We’ll spend as much time as needed on-site to make sure we’ve recorded every detail that you should know about. Be able to avoid any unwanted surprises by having us inspect:  

  • Structural Components
  • Exterior
  • Roofing
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Heating
  • Air Conditioning
  • Interior
  • Insulation and Ventilation
  • Built-In Kitchen Appliances
Pre-listing/Seller's Inspection services

Pre-Listing / Seller’s Inspection

Selling your home may be exciting, but it can also become a nightmare if there are things about your house that you don’t know. Avoid this issue by having us provide a Seller’s Inspection service. You’ll learn everything about your home — including the pros and cons — and will gain insight into what areas should be repaired, replaced, or disclosed. This is also a great way to build buyer confidence, which could lead to a faster sale!

New Construction Inspection Services

New Construction

Your brand-new home is finally ready for you to move in. But before you take that momentous step, be sure to have your home inspected first. There are many things that can go wrong with New Construction, including common contractor shortcuts and even a failure to follow your blueprints. Allow us to check the house for any issues or concerns before you move in. This will make it much easier to get your contractor to resolve any problems that we discover.

Radon Inspection Services

Radon Testing

Radon is a hidden, toxic substance that could turn your dream home into a nightmare. Even worse, you probably won’t realize you’ve been exposed to radon for several years, but the damage will already be done. Radon causes around 21,000 deaths annually and is the second leading cause of all lung cancer deaths. Don’t gamble with your family’s future. Instead, schedule a radon test today.