Why choose Bleich Home Inspection Services?

We work for YOU, not your agent.

Many buyers agents want the home inspector to sugar coat the inspection report because their greatest fear is the deal not going smoothly, or even worse, falling through because of a defect.

One agent actually told us that she had to tell her "go-to inspector" not to be so thorough. Can you imagine? You hire a home inspector referred by your agent and your agent tells him to turn a blind eye to defects in your new home.

We meet or exceed minimum state requirements and industry standards.

As a result, our inspection will take 3 hours or more. When possible, we walk on the roof, crawl the crawlspace; and traverse the attic. We check ALL accessible electrical outlets, not just a "representative number". We check all windows, not just a "representative number".

What we do

We provide a thorough non-invasive, visual, performance based inspection of your home’s accessible structure, systems, and components and provide detailed report outlining our findings and our professional opinion of the condition of the home.

For a home buyer, this gives you the knowledge to make an informed decision. For a home seller, it allows you to address defects before prospective buyers find them.

Our experience, training, professionalism, state licensing and industry credentials, will give you the confidence and reduce the anxiety that comes with purchasing a home.

A General Home Inspection includes the following components:

(1) Heating systems.

(2) Cooling systems.

(3) Electrical systems.

(4) Plumbing systems.

(5) Structural components.

(6) Foundations.

(7) Roof coverings.

(8) Exterior and interior components.

(9) Any other site aspects that affect the residential dwelling.

Richard Bleich, CPI

Licensed & Certified Professional Inspector

Patricia Bleich

Office Manager, Field Assistant