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Residential Home Inspections
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We have performed over 12,000 property
inspections in over 25 years.
We help you make informed decisions.
Having your new home professionally inspected by Secure Inspection Services as early as possible in the buying or selling process can save you thousands of dollars on items which you may be able to have corrected prior to any real estate transaction.
You are not paying for a couple hours of an inspection, you are buying the most professional knowledge and inspection experience available in the marketplace today.
We bring more to the table than any of our competition, so don’t be fooled by the low pricing they promote because the fifty dollars you may save with them could easily cost you thousands of dollars we could save you tomorrow.
Think you’ve found the home of your dreams? Secure Inspection Services can help tell you if that’s true or not. Contact our licensed home inspectors today.
Before you place your home on the market, have a pre-listing inspection completed to help identify problems that could delay a closing.
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Home Inspectors in North Carolina are required to adhere to a strict Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice as issued by the North Carolina Department of Insurance.The North Carolina Home Inspector Licensure Board (NCHILB) is chartered to safeguard the public health, safety, and welfare – protect the public from being harmed by unqualified persons by regulating the use of the title “Licensed Home Inspector” and by providing for the licensure and regulation of those who perform home inspections for compensation.
South Carolina adopted the ASHI standards as the state’s Standards of Practice for Home Inspectors licensed in South Carolina.
From the ASHI website: “The ASHI Standard of Practice was an important tool in helping define home inspection as a recognized profession and gain traction within the real estate market. Refined over the years, the Standard remains an influential document across the industry and ASHI Members continue to adhere to the Standard today.”