Find pre listing home inspectors in Columbus, OH

Find pre listing home inspectors in Columbus, OH

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Top 3 pre listing home inspectors in Columbus, OH

Pure Maintenance of Columbus

4.7 (7)

Columbus, OH


Pure Maintenance is Ohio's most cost-effective and efficient mold eradication service. Its exclusive dry-fogging system utilizes a patented two-step process that completely eliminates mold from your h... read more

Recent review:

"Pure Maintenance provides the most outstanding mold remediation solution in the market. Their exceptional dry fog eliminates all mold in a home without the use of harsh or toxic substances. Their serv... read more"

Reviewed by Courtney W.

5.0 (6)

Columbus, OH


Hi there, I'm Robert Kumban, the creator of Dominion Movers. Our team assumes complete accountability in ensuring your safe and timely relocation.

Recent review:

"An excellent company!! I would highly recommend them without any hesitation."

Reviewed by Kayla S.

Ohio Basement Authority

5.0 (1)

Columbus, OH


Established in 2009, Ohio Basement Authority is a part of Groundworks - a family of companies that provides reliable solutions for foundation repair, basement waterproofing, crawl space encapsulation,... read more

Recent review:

"The team was extremely compassionate and supportive, accomplished an excellent feat, and as a result, my basement is once again devoid of moisture!"

Reviewed by Lauren R.

What do home inspectors look for?

There are several things that they inspect. A home inspector may look at the electrical, plumbing, heating, and cooling system, the roof, the foundation, the insulation and ventilation, the ventilation, the plumbing, the chimney and fireplace, the windows, the walls and floors, the doors, the attic, the fireplace, and the foundation. It indicates an inspector will look into anything to prepare a detailed report on your home.

What are home inspectors not allowed to do?

According to The Federal Fair Housing Act, a home inspector cannot make sexual advances towards the client or discriminate against a disabled person while inspecting a property. Home inspectors are not allowed to reveal information to the client, such as the fact that the landlord has not repaired or replaced a particular item. Lastly, they are not allowed to take measures that can cause be destructive, like removing drywalls.

What does a home inspector do?

Home inspectors are professionals who inspect the property to help the client understand the property's condition and know if the property is worth buying. A home inspector will find defects in the property like the roof, foundation, attic, water systems, heating system, and more. He will prepare a detailed report of each defect and suggest the repairs you need.

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