Plymouth MA Home Inspector

Top home inspectors Plymouth MA
The best home inspectors in Plymouth MA perform inspections to the MA Home Inspector Standards of Practice.
Homes for sale in Plymouth MA should have a home inspection.  Home buyers should receive a brochure, Home Inspectors Facts for Consumers Sheet, from the seller or seller's agent.

According to the Home Inspectors Facts for Consumers Sheet; At the conclusion of the home inspection, the buyer should:
  • Be well informed of the condition of the home
  • Know if there are visible, apparent problems
  • Know if repairs are required
  • Know whether or not there are any risks of concealed damage
  • Know whether further investigation is recommended or required

A Standard Home Inspection in Plymouth MA is performed to the MA Home Inspector Standards of Practice.  Excellent home inspectors exceed the Standard. Ask your home inspector how they exceed the standard.
Plymouth MA Home Inspectors List

Best home inspector Plymouth MA

WAVE Inspection Services 
Home Inspections
Continuous Radon Monitor Testing
Water Quality / Quantity Testing
Aerial Photography (UAV, Drone)

A Quality Home Inspection

A Quality Home Inspection Inc.
MA Home Inspector License # 719

ASHI Certified Inspector # 251664
Wood Destroying Insect Registry Inspector # 15071
Angie's List Super Service Award Winner 2012, 13, 14, 16.

Best home inspector Plymouth MA

Paul Balutis Home Inspections meets and exceeds Mass Regulations, and provides photographs and measurements with moisture meter when required. Paul Balutis is also a Title V inspector, as well as an Adjunct Instructor at Massasoit Comm.College on Home Inspection Courses. We work only for you, the client.

Best home inspector Plymouth MA

United Inspection Service exceeds the MA Home Inspector Standards with the use of measurement instruments and photographs.
Call United Inspection Service for an excellent Home Inspection.

Best home inspector Plymouth MA

Bridge Home and Septic Inspection Service

Hometown Inspections

Radon Action Month

In 1988, the BEH Radiation Control Program and the EPA conducted the Massachusetts State Radon Survey. They found that one in four homes in Massachusetts has the potential to have indoor radon concentrations above the EPA action level of 4 pCi/L. The 1988 survey also found that 1% of Massachusetts homes have radon screening levels of 20 pCi/L or greater. The only way to know if indoor radon levels in your home exceed the EPA’s action level is to test your home.