By definition a home inspection is an examination of the observable systems and components of improvements to residential real property that are readily accessible.

When you schedule a home inspection from RBG Inspections, you can expect a complete examination of every aspect of the home--from the basement to the attic, from the exterior to the interior. Pricing starts at $325!

Below is general outline of what we inspect:

EXTERIOR: Grading - Exterior Walls and Wall Coverings - Patios, Decks & Covers - Sidewalks & Driveways - Soffits & Fascia -Doors, Windows, & Trim - Gutters & Downspouts

STRUCTURE: Foundation - Floors - Walls - Ceilings

ROOFING: Roof Structure & Coverings - Flashings - Chimneys - Skylights - Vents & Vent Stacks

ELECTRICAL: Service Entrance - Grounding & Bonding - Service Entrance Panel & Sub-panels - Branch Circuits - Switches, Fixtures, Ceiling Fans & Receptacles AFCIs and GFCIs

HEATING and AIR CONDITIONING: Boiler- Furnace - Ductwork: Return & Supply - Thermostats

PLUMBING: Interior Water Supply and Distribution System - Fixtures - Drain, Waste and Vent Systems - Hot Water Systems - Fuel Storage and Distribution Systems - Sump Pumps.

INTERIOR: Walls, Ceilings and Floors - Steps, Stairways, Balconies and Railings - Doors and Windows

The findings from the inspection will be provided to you in the form of a comprehensive and easy-to-understand home Inspection report that will meet the requirements of any lending/banking institution and provide you with a "road map" of how to best care for the home.


There are many things to consider when you are assessing the viability of a commercial building. You can be sure that an RBG commercial building inspection will provide you with the information and knowledge to identify the immediate repairs and deferred maintenance issues.

We conduct a comprehensive visual inspection of the following aspects of the property:

The findings from our Building Inspection will be presented to you in the form of a Property Condition Report which will identify Inadequate building design - Improper maintenance or worn systems - Equipment nearing the end of its useful life - Building code violations - Poor workmanship.

Contact us now to get a free consultation and a quote!