Home Inspection Services

At Adkins Home Inspection we offer a thorough analysis of the property and render a detailed and informative report outlining the condition of the home and offers trusted recommendations for next steps...

Our Services

Residential Home Inspection

Our certified Home Inspector conducts a thorough analysis of the property and renders a detailed and informative report outlining the condition of the home and offers trusted recommendations for next steps.

Well & Septic Inspections

Our certified inspector will conduct sewage and well system inspections. These checks make sure that your well system and septic systems are working as intended.

Pest Inspections

Our certified inspector will conduct a check for pests, such as wood destroying insects. As you may know, these pests can absolutely destroy an otherwise incredible home.

Radon Test

Our certified inspectors strive to give you the most accurate readings possible. To do this, we use a continuous monitoring system that gives 48 hourly reports of radon levels in the home.

Gas Line Warranty

Our certified inspectors will work to determine if there is any leakage in the gas lines from the curb to the service shutoff line.

Walk and Talk Services

This is not an official inspection, but this is the best first step to take when you are at the house's showing. With this service, you get a discount on your full home inspection!


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Why Choose Us?

There are many reasons why someone should choose Adkins Home Inspections for their home inspection needs. First and foremost, we have 60+ five-star reviews on our website, and we are incredibly proud of that. Our inspectors are highly experienced and certified. We understand the importance of having a safe and secure home, so choosing Adkins Home Inspections is the best decision you can make.

Do I Need A Home Inspection?

When you’re buying a home, it’s important to know everything you can about it before you sign on the dotted line. That’s why getting a home inspection is so important. A home inspection will reveal any potential problems with the property, so you can address them before you buy.

If there are serious issues with the property, you might be able to negotiate a lower price with the seller. Or, if the problems are too great, you can walk away from the deal altogether.

A home inspection is also a good way to learn about the property’s history. The inspector will be able to tell you if there have been any major repairs or renovations done on the house, and whether they were done properly.

Overall, getting a home inspection is one of the most important steps you can take in buying a home. It’ll give you peace of mind knowing that you’re making a sound investment.

Some of the things that a home inspector will look for include:

– structural damage
– water damage
– roofing problems
– plumbing problems
– electrical problems

If any of these problems are found, the inspector will recommend what needs to be done to fix them. Getting a home inspection can help you avoid costly repairs down the road.




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