Full Home Inspection

For many, buying a home is the largest financial investment they’ll ever make. A Full Home Inspection is essential for home buyers and is the key to unlocking a wealth of knowledge about a home they are looking to purchase. By thoroughly inspecting 300+ items of the home, from the foundation to the roof and everything in between, we’re able to provide buyers with a detailed, yet easy-to-read report so they can make an informed decision about their most valuable investment, their future home.

WIN Home Inspector shaking hands with client in front of a house door
WIN Home Inspector shaking hands with client in front of a house door


Of customers learned of hidden property issues that needed to be addressed.


Items in and around the home are thoroughly examined.


Of buyers get a Full Home Inspection when buying a new home.

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Why Get a Full Home Inspection with WIN?

Our comprehensive and customizable Full Home Inspection assesses 300+ items in your home including interior and exterior components, roof, HVAC, electrical, plumbing, foundation, and major appliances. Our Full Home Inspection is non-invasive and helps identify key issues that pose health and safety hazards. A WIN Full Home Inspection includes a Drone Roof Inspection, where available, and our proprietary Appliance Recall Summary, where available, as well as access to our WIN Concierge Program for a complete home buying experience. Our inspectors are highly trained, insured, and deliver top-rated service.

Benefits of a Full Home Inspection

Be an Informed Buyer: Gain an unbiased assessment of the home’s condition so you can make an informed decision.
Protect Your Investment: Avoid expensive surprises and repairs by identifying existing and potential issues before they arise.
Gain Peace of Mind: Enjoy confidence and satisfaction in your new home knowing it was inspected with WIN Home Inspection.
Get a Partner for Life: With WIN, we become your trusted partner throughout your entire homeownership journey and are always available to answer any questions you may have.

How Does a Full Home Inspection Work?

At WIN, we use specialized equipment to conduct a Full Home Inspection, ensuring accurate results and comprehensive evaluations of your property's condition.

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Inspect the Exterior

When inspecting the exterior features of the home, we check that there are no areas of concern with the drainage of the property's immediate perimeter, roof, gutters, siding, porches, decks, garage, foundation, and more.


Inspect the Interior


Check the Major Systems


Receive Your Report


Follow Up With Your Inspector


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A Full Home Inspection provides a comprehensive evaluation of the property's condition, making you aware of any key issues to allow you to make an informed decision about your future investment.
A Full Home Inspection by WIN covers 300+ items in the home, including the foundation, structure, plumbing and electrical system, HVAC, roof, and more to ensure you have a thorough understanding of the property's condition.
A Full Home Inspection typically takes between 2 to 3 hours to complete, however, the time it takes depends on the home's size and the scope of the inspection.
Yes, a Full Home Inspection can provide insights into areas that may need improvement or renovation, helping homeowners make informed decisions about upgrades.
Conducting a Pre-Listing Inspection before listing your home can enhance your credibility with buyers, potentially lead to smoother negotiations, and help you set a realistic selling price.
The responsibility for payment depends on the agreement between the seller and buyer. In most cases, it is the buyer’s responsibility; however, in some cases, sellers may choose to cover the cost to entice buyers.
If issues are found, it's important to note that you have options. Sellers can address and resolve the problems, offer credit to the buyer, or choose to sell the property as-is while disclosing the issues to potential buyers. Buyers can raise the concerns to the sellers, renegotiate the terms of the purchase, or budget and make the necessary repairs after closing.
Yes, a Full Home Inspection verifies the presence of smoke and carbon monoxide detectors in the home.
No, a Full Home Inspection does not address cosmetic imperfections as it focuses on addressing safety hazards and structural concerns with the home.
No, a Full Home Inspection does not determine the property's market value or offer warranties or guarantees. It focuses on providing an objective assessment of the property's condition.
At WIN, we do test for these health and environmental hazards, however, these services are not included in a standard Full Home Inspection. Please contact your local WIN home inspector to explore all the services and savings packages that may be available for you.
No, our standard inspection does not encompass engineering, architectural, plumbing, or other functions requiring occupational licenses by local and state authorities. However, if we hold a valid occupational license for such services, we can discuss additional functions in writing.
Our standard inspection excludes log homes, log structures, or similar constructions due to their unique characteristics. We do not assess the interior decay of logs in walls, foundations, roofs, or similar defects as part of our inspection scope.