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We provide a very high quality level of service for both the discerning home buyer as well as a pre-listing service for the conscientious home seller. Please call to discuss our home inspection costs / home inspections prices, our home inspectors and home inspection reports, and the importance of home inspection license requirements.

We also provide new construction draw inspections for asset and loan portfolio managers and can custom tailor a suite of inspection services to meet the challenging demands of facility and project management needs.


Point Guard Professional Inspection Services is a licensed and certified home inspection entity.

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At Point Guard Professional Inspection Services, we've built our reputation on providing the highest level of quality inspections utilizing today's technologies. We have integrated our high standards with web based reporting software that enables us to deliver a keenly detailed report featuring digital imagery that  is both easy to navigate and interpret.

                When choosing a home inspector, think of the process in much the same manner as an interview. There are a series of questions that you you should be prepared to ask to gain not only a sense of the prospective inspector's experience and knowledge but also to gain a level of comfort and rapport with whomever you choose to undertake this important task.

               Professional experience, education, and years in the field will provide the basis for the level of inspector competence and should be the primary focus of your interview. Ask how and when they started, how many inspections have they performed, and are they licensed and insured.

              Credentials are very important and you should inquire about what professional organizations the inspector is associated with and what level of certification he or she has achieved relative to their affiliation.

             The final area of inquiry should explore the method and business philosophies of your inspector. A competent and thorough inspection will not only meet the standards of practice of the profession but will also incorporate a Q & A session as an integral component of the inspection debriefing and client walk through. When properly performed and administered this debriefing will have an almost "hands on" feel as the inspector acclimates you to the physical elements of the home during the presentation of the report findings.

           Do not hesitate when it comes to asking questions, especially when you are searching for the right inspector!