Are you considering the purchase of a new home in the Murfreesboro TN area? Murfreesboro is a beautiful, culturally rich place to live and grow up. Known as the Heart of Tennessee, it is home to Middle Tennessee State University and the Stones River National Battlefield, and hosts such music events as Uncle Dave Macon Days and Main Street Jazzfest. Whether you are a first-time home buyer, or this is your second or third home, a home inspection by an experienced and certified home inspector provides all the knowledge you need to make an educated decision on your purchase. At Smith & Smith Home Inspections, we are highly trained and certified InterNACHI inspectors. Our inspections provide the peace of mind and knowledge to make a well-informed decision on your purchase!
Certified Home Inspection Murfreesboro TN
With years of experience framing and remodeling homes as well as a former owner of a sub-contracting business, we understand in depth the construction of a home. We also know where to look and determine if there are areas of concern. As a certified and Tennessee licensed home inspector, our inspections will cover every square foot of the home – both the exterior and the interior. Our inspections will review the:
- Roof including flashings, drainage, skylights, chimney, and other roof penetrations
- Structural Systems including the basement, foundation, crawlspace, grading and draining, decks, porches, walkways, siding and all exterior areas
- Major home systems including plumbing, electrical & HVAC
- All major appliances
In addition, we include infrared and thermal imaging in every inspection to determine if there are hidden areas of moisture or heat, voids or missing insulation, and leaks in HVAC air ducts.
Within 6 hours after the home inspection, we will provide a detailed report of all our findings as well as a link making requests for repairs and concessions easy. We include high resolution images and videos that will clearly document areas of concern.
Radon is a dangerous, cancer causing gas that can be present in any home no matter if it is new construction or an older home. This invisible and odorless gas is difficult to determine if it is present without proper testing. For a complete home inspection, we suggest including radon testing.