OHIO HOME INSPECTION
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Meet the Inspector: Scott Sharp
Scott is a highly trained mechanical professional with extensive knowledge in home construction and mechanical trades with 18 years of experience in maintaining daily operation and safety of various facilities and conducting quality control audits. Scott graduated valedictorian of his HVAC/R training at Polaris trade school as well as receiving his certification in home inspection.
At Ohio Home Inspection we are committed to keeping your home a safe and healthy environment, and because of this commitment every home inspection includes a complimentary professional disinfection. This gives you piece of mind knowing that areas that had been touched were treated for COVID-19, and other harmful bacteria and viruses upon completion.
Ohio Home Inspection provides the following services:
Some of the items / areas that get evaluated during a home inspection:
We had a great experience with Ohio Home Inspections. They are very professional and timely. Reports are detailed and to the point. I would whole heartedly recommend their services to anybody who is getting a home, new or old.
Ohio Home Inspection provides a level of detail I don't usually see, including digital home inspection reports with photos, moisture readings and infrared scans. Scott is friendly, knowledgeable and provides excellent value in addition to his expert analysis and counsel. I won't hesitate to use him again or recommend him to clients.
Purchasing a home is for a lot of people one of the largest purchases in their lifetime. That is why it is so important to have a home inspection be performed to protect your valuable investment. I will identify the current condition of your future home, so an informed decision can be made without any unnecessary stress. During this time I will explain how the house functions, and how the individual components work.
The home inspection describes the condition of the home at the time of inspection, but does not guarantee future condition. An inspection usually occurs immediately prior to a buyer making an offer to purchase a home or as a contingency of the home sale contract. A seller may have an inspection prior to listing a home to be aware of the general condition of the home and or make any necessary repairs.