Whether buying or selling, getting a home inspection is a good investment. It will help make you more comfortable with the purchase of a new home as a buyer. When selling your home, an inspection is a great way to be an educated seller with a pre-listing inspection. House to Home, LLC provides inspections services for homes, multi-family, condos, and light commercial available seven days a week for your convenience.

What is inspected:

Areas inspected are exteriors, siding, windows, doors, driveways, garages, roofing, chimneys, skylights, air conditioning units, decks, porches, electrical, soffits, interior, walls, ceilings, cabinets, counters, plumbing, ranges, dishwashers, refrigerators, flooring, electrical outlets, switches, ceiling fans, fixed lighting, tubs, showers, ventilation, attics, furnace, water heater, framing, trim, foundations, and every part of your house. Our report will cover all the above and more!

Inspection Process

The inspection will generally take 2 to 3 hours to complete. Please have the realtor turn on all utilities so everything can be fully inspected. We encourage you to follow along during the inspection to have things explained through the process and to ask questions as they come up. Starting on the exterior of the home, the inspector enters information into an electronic device, noting details such as serial numbers, general conditions, notes, etc., and taking many pictures throughout the house. Let the inspector be a detailed tour guide through your possible new home. After completing the inspection, the inspector will prepare a report and email it to you within 24 hours.


When having a home inspection as a buyer, the purpose is to educate you on the current condition of the structural and systems of the property by a professionally certified inspector. The home inspector will also point out home maintenance tips and information to help you protect and improve your potential home in the future. Our goal is to document any problem areas of the property that may have been overlooked by the previous owners and to identify which require immediate attention. The inspection will meet and exceed the ASHI standards of practice along with the Chapter 440 of the Wisconsin Statues.


When looking to sell your home, having a pre-listing inspection done is a beneficial marketing advantage to the sale. If problems with your home are discovered, you would have the option to make improvements prior to creating a listing, eliminating those issues as a negotiating tool for your buyers. By doing minor repairs and being aware of the overall condition, it will speed up the sale and increase your return on the house. Being an informed seller makes you more prepared and confident with your qualified sale.