What Is a Home Inspection?

A home inspection is a professional, objective, visual examination of a home’s condition. Whether you’re buying, selling or building a home it gives you valuable information about what is probably the largest single investment you’ll ever make. Please refer to our Home Inspection Services & Pricing page for a list of home inspection services offered.

Should I Be Present at the Inspection?

It isn’t necessary for you to be present at the inspection; however, being at the inspection will help you learn about your home.  The inspector can give you tips on maintenance and upkeep.  Plus it’s a good time for you to ask questions.  If you can not attend the full inspection service, then you may wish to arrive at the end of the inspection.  The home inspector will transfer the digital pictures taken during the inspection into a laptop on-site and review the findings, this review usually takes 10 to 30 minutes depending on the issues.

How Can TriMark Home Inspections Help Me?

TriMark Home Inspections can help you make a wise investment by providing you with a thorough, professional home inspection using the TriMark Inspection System that has evolved over 20 years of on-site property inspections.  Our inspectors are well trained to perform a thorough inspection of the subject property; effectively utilizing the latest in technology, test equipment and digital photography.

What Kind of Report Do I Get as a Result of the Inspection?

The Trimark Inspection System includes a description of services performed and narrative comments.  The description portion identifies the systems, items checked, details of the house and any limitations of the inspection.  The narrative summary of comments describes those items in the inspection identified for further review or action.  A report of digital photos with comments of the subject property provide visual documentation of significant issues.  The inspection report with photos are emailed normally within one or two business days

Latest Technology

using digital temperature sensors, carbon monoxide detectors, gas sniffers for increased effectiveness.

Digital Photographs

of the subject property and significant found issues in a separate photo report. 

Inspection Services

performs a thorough inspection that meets or exceeds the NC Home Inspection Licensure Board (NCHILB) standard requirements.