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  

AmeriSpec on Designing Spaces!

Watch Designing Spaces

Ever wonder exactly what goes into a detailed, comprehensive AmeriSpec home inspection? Watch Lifetime's Designing Spaces episode from September 5 or October 4 for an AmeriSpec segment entitled, “Protecting Your Greatest Investment." The episode features footage from AmeriSpec’s state-of the-art training center in Memphis, as well as an on-site interview with an AmeriSpec home inspector. Whether you are a real estate agent, home buyer or seller, or you simply want to learn more about what makes AmeriSpec the best in our industry, all will benefit from this engaging Designing Spaces episode. Watch Now!

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!

  • Always on time. Always professional. Always give an excellent report. Always help clients understand the property they are going to buy. D.N. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • There are 2 issues: 1) Although my inspector was very knowledgeable and truly cared about doing a good job, he submitted a report that said the roof was "serviceable" instead of "review". There were no issues with the print-out copy that he gave to me because he wrote out the issues with the roof in pen. Because he submitted the digital copy of the report saying the roof was "serviceable", it inaccurately described the damage to the roof. This usually wouldn't be an issue, but in my case, it made the seller of the house think I was a liar. (more on that below) 2) I don't know if it's common practice for AmeriSpec to give away the inspection report to people who DON'T PAY for the report, but that is exactly what happened in my case. I paid to get the inspection and the sellers of the house didn't. They found out that the report didn't mention damage to the roof so they thought I was lying to them when I used the poor roof as justification to get a discount on the house. J.M. September 14, 2014 Rating: 4
  • Keith always gives my clients good, clear explanations of any problems and doesn't make them sound worse than they are and scare the buyers half to death - but tells it truthfully. They and I appreciate his helpfulness. L.A. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • The inspector was very thorough and explanatory on all details, deficiencies, and recommended future improvements. J.W. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • FRIENDLY, INFORMED AND EFFICIENT E.a.V.L. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Ned always does a great job. He's very thorough without being an alarmist. S.H. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Professional and concise. S.P. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • he did not rush through it...took his time and explained everything. B.O. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Always excellent service and inspections!!! Thanks, Scott Seeley S.S./M.L. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
  • Very knowledgeable about how things work and gave an explanation of how something may have gotten to the point or condition they are in. K.&A.M.W. September 14, 2014 Rating: 10
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