43 Catchy Home Inspection Company Names

The American Society of Home Inspectors recommend that a home is inspected every 10 years, to include the purchasing of a new home. Popular belief is that a home inspection is not necessary if other code inspection or appraisals are occurring on a home. However, each of these reports and inspections service a specific and separate purpose. A listing of home inspection companies from across the United States are from local and small businesses that focus on serving the local community.

123 Home Inspections
4 Seasons Home Inspection
A Plus Inspections
Acadian Home Inspection LLC
Affordable Inspection Service
Archer Home Inspections
Archibald Home Inspections
Avocet Home Inspections
Castle Inspections
Core Home Inspectors
Daystar Inspections
Enview Inspections
First Choice Inspectors
Full House Home Inspection Sevrvices
Hartman Home Inspection
Hidden Valley Property Inspections
Home Pride House Inspections
Home Team Inspection Services
Home Trust Inspections
HomeCert LLC
Homestead Inspections
HomeTeach Property Inspections
Household Inspection Team, Inc.
Inside Out Building Inspection Inc.
Majestic Home Inspections Incs.
Metro Home Inspections
Pacific Northwest Building Inspection
Pillar to Post Professional Home Inspection
Precision Home Inspections
Property Inspector LLC
PSI Home Inspection Services
Quality Control Home Inspection
Quick Home Inspections
Realty Check Inspections
Rinehart Home Inspection
Signature Home Inspection
The Home Inspectors
True Blue Home Inspections Inc.
True North Home Inspection
Urban Dwelling Inspection
Western Reserve Home Inspection

A compilation of home inspection myths and facts are outlined in the following infographic. Many popularly believe that certification and credentialing programs are equal among all home inspectors. State requirements will vary greatly as only 29 states currently have some form of inspector regulation.

Facts and Myths About Home Inspection