In New Albany, Ohio
Home Inspection companies in New Albany, Ohio are easy to come by. Finding someone to trust can be hard. Habitation Investigation is the lead provider in home inspections, serving the community since 2002.
Our Inspection Services Include:
The Most Thorough Home Inspectors in New Albany, OH
Habitation Investigation prides itself on its commitment to customer service, and the company works closely with clients to ensure that they receive the information they need to make informed decisions about their homes. The company’s inspectors in New Albany take the time to explain their findings to clients, answering any questions, and offering advice on how to address any issues that may arise.
What style of property inspections do we offer:
Do your due diligence and also let us help you figure out if the commercial property which you are interested acquiring near New Albany, Ohio deserves the time, energy, and money you will be putting in.
This inspection is the one applied for real estate purchases. Our system inspections and supervisions are broken down on the record in a manner that is easy to go through as well as comprehend.
Our home inspectors and supervisors will give dealer a to-do list to get their residences ready to market. They can always get the work done prior to an inspection, making it easier and also more affordable for the seller.
New Construction Inspection
Developing a new residence? Our home inspectors can scrutinize all three stages of your new build. We do pre-drywall, pre-final walkthrough, and the 11-month guarantee.
This inspection is the one applied for real estate transactions. Our system inspections are explained on the record in a way that is simple to review and understand.
Habitation Investigation is an InterNACHI® Training Partner. InterNACHI® School (internachi.edu) is the only accredited home inspector college that provides free memberships to our students.
We Are Nachi Certified and State Licensed Home Inspectors
InterNachi is the largest association of commercial and residential inspectors in the world. Their inspectors are held to a higher standard of education and training. They require 24 educational credits a year to be able to maintain certification through Nachi in addition to yearly testing.