We Inspect and Provide the Details Needed to Ensure Your Peace of Mind
Over 1,500+ families in Cuyahoga County and Cleveland have chosen Signature Home Inspection for their home inspection needs!
What We Do
We give our clients peace of mind by identifying and documenting issues uncovered during the property inspection. Our certified home inspectors will spend 2-3 hours thoroughly evaluating all aspects of the said property from the roof, to the basement, and all areas in-between.
Those findings are compiled in a detailed summary report, which also includes digital color photographs of the issues themselves, inside of a digital home inspection report thats sent to you within 24-hours.
Our inspectors will go over the report with you to highlight our findings, and may recommend some items for further evaluation.
Note: Before you close, you need to consider whether or not repairs are needed now and who’s going to pay for them. Our detailed inspection report puts you in a strong position to negotiate repairs or the cost of the property. Hire us today and walk away with peace of mind!
MEMBER OF THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF HOME INSPECTORS (ASHI)
To reach member status, all inspectors must pass the National Home Inspectors Exam, ASHI Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics Exams, and complete no fewer than 250 paid inspections, with the reports verified by ASHI’s verification team, to insure the inspector is following ASHI’s standards of practice.
We Are Certified by the American Home Inspectors Training Institute.
18 years experience in life and home safety as a Professional Firefighter.
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The owner and his team do a great job with nice detailed reports and they are really quick in getting out to the site. I have only used 3 inspection companies but this one is my favorite.
Signature Home Inspection is great, and always does a great job! Detailed reports and very good at explaining any issues with the property.
He was able to answer every one of our questions and gave us an honest report within 24 hours of his visit. His level of detail and expertise are unmatched.
Ron is wonderful... very thorough and ethical with their work. I really recommend this company, you won't be disappointed. A+
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Many people, including most real estate professionals aren't aware of this issue.
Radon is a toxic gas that seeps into homes through the foundations. It doesn’t matter if your home is built on a basement, crawlspace or slab. This deadly gas can seep in and it doesn’t matter if it’s a brand new construction or a 50-year old home.
- It’s estimated that Radon Gas kills 24,000 Americans each and every year. It's the second leading cause of lung cancer, only second to cigarette smoking.
- 2The good news is that Radon Gas can be detected with a simple test and if the home you’re purchasing has elevated levels of Radon Gas, it can be easily fixed. The key to the issue is Getting A Radon Test.
- Please know that I personally would not live in a home in Cleveland Ohio that had not been tested for Radon Gas!
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FAQs About the Home Inspection Process
A home inspection is a visual inspection of the structure and components of a home. The purpose is to find items that are not performing correctly or items that are unsafe. If a problem or a symptom of a problem is found, the home inspector will include a description of the problem in a written report and may recommend further evaluation. Before you close, you need to consider whether or not repairs are needed now and who’s going to pay for them. This inspection report puts you in a stronger position to negotiate the repairs, and/or the cost of the property.
No. A professional home inspector does not issue a pass or fail grade on a home. A professional home inspection is an examination of the current condition of the prospective home. The home inspector will describe the physical condition of the home and indicate what may need repaired or replaced.
Most home inspections take about two to three hours. These times may vary depending on the size, age and condition of the home.
We recommend that you be present at the site of the inspection, from start to finish. It’s often helpful to be present so the home inspector can explain in person and answer any questions you may have.
The price of the inspection varies based on the size of the home. Larger homes take longer to inspect, hence the fees for these homes are greater than those for a smaller home. However, don’t let the price of the inspection determine whether or not you get a home inspection or the selection of your home inspector. The knowledge gained from an inspection is well worth the cost, and the lowest priced inspector is not necessarily a bargain. The inspector’s qualifications, including his experience, training, and professional affiliations should be the most important consideration.
Ready to Schedule an Inspection?
We know your schedule is very hectic so we work hard to accommodate you! Our ASHI/AHIT Certified Home Inspectors conduct 3 home inspections a day, one at 9 am and a second one at 1 pm, and the last one at 3 pm. This allows ample time for us to do the thorough, quality job you expect and get to our next appointment on time.
Because everyone can't attend the inspection during the week, we inspect on Saturdays and Sundays. Our Sunday schedule is limited, so please let our office know immediately if you need a Sunday inspection.
We can normally schedule your inspection within 48 hours of your phone call. So please don’t waste time price shopping, you're already in the in the right place to hire a professional home inspector.
We serve all of Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, Summit and Medina. If the property you want inspected is outside this area, please call us we will make every effort to help you.
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