AmeriSpec® Home Inspection Finder: Locate a Home Inspector Near You

Why AmeriSpec?

  • All of our certified home inspectors are thoroughly trained and stay updated on current building codes 
  • Over 25 years of home inspection industry experience 
  • Over 150 AmeriSpec® locations throughout North America  

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

AmeriSpec has championed Breast Cancer as a cause worth fighting for and one that is important to our many partners in the real estate industry. During the month of October, we are helping to raise awareness to support this tremendous cause.

AmeriSpec gets National Exposure with Realtors

In November, look for AmeriSpec in both Realtor® and Real Estate Magazine. We will be unveiling a new full-page ad in Real Estate Magazine as well as featuring a four-page supplement in Realtor that spotlights not only our training and professionalism, but also includes information about the AmeriSpec Report binder. This will give buyers a complete overview of "What to Expect When We're Inspecting".
Click here to read the complete special publication.

What our customers think of us!

  • The personal touch. I felt that the inspector was there for me and my interests in making a wise decision about buying my house. He took the time to answer questions and review the final report with me. I will definitely promote Amerispec. F.J. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Reliable and friendly service C.C. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Pat knew what he was doing, was friendly, and explained why he rated conditions as he did. G.S. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • The inspector was very knowledgeable, friendly, professional and helpful when answering questions and explaining the inspection results. D.&L.B. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • I just moved into my house last week (the house closed two weeks prior to that). The refrigerator emitted a strong chemical odour. I called an appliance technician who pulled the fridge out, where we discovered an extremely thick layer of dust behind the fridge (appearance of insulation). The technician vacuumed behind the fridge and told me that the obstruction caused by the dust forced the motor to work harder which resulted in the tubes carrying the refrigeration fluids to burn. The cost to repair the fridge is $800. The technician suggested it was worth buying a new one. I understand that a house inspection would not include taking appliances apart and looking at the motors, but I think something as basic as pulling the fridge out to check for harmful obstructions is a basic expectation. I feel that I should be compensated for this oversight. If the house inspector brought this to my attention, I would not be in a position to be replacing a fridge that was less than ten years old. I feel that my fee for a house inspection was wasted, because it did not protect me from an imminent repair. Thank you, Pam Fiamelli P.F. September 18, 2014 Rating: 1
  • Detailed, and you always talk to the client and explain. You don't throw out costs of repairs which is great! L.K. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • professional service T.M. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Thorough! With many relevant photos. Thorough! J.&L.K. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Very thorough. The inspector was extremely knowledgeable and able to answer all of my questions. I also really like the layout of the final report. Gives me everything I need to make my to do list as I get set to move into my new home! K.K. September 18, 2014 Rating: 10
  • I that you did very well. G.M. September 18, 2014 Rating: 8
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