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Whether you’re buying or selling a home, there are plenty of decisions to make. Official Home Inspection offers general home inspections and pre-listing inspections to give you the information you need to make an informed decision.

Northeast Ohio's Trusted Home Inspection Experts

Proudly Serving Northeast Ohio

Most of us buy and sell a home at least once in our lifetime, and both inherently come with an increase in stress that we don’t need. That’s where Official Home Inspection comes in. We conduct comprehensive home inspections that will give you the peace of mind you need when buying or selling a home.
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Open & Honest

At Official Home Inspection, we encourage clients to interact and ask questions during the process. This not only gives you a better insight into the dwelling but hopefully peace of mind as well.


Construction of walls, ceilings, floors, roof, and foundation. Does the foundation seem secure? Are there roof leaks? Has there been a fire in the attic? These are questions your inspection should answer.


Condition of wall coverings, landscaping, grading, elevation, drainage, driveways, fences, sidewalks, fascia, trim, doors, windows, lights and exterior receptacles.


Identification of pipe materials used for potable, drain, waste and vent pipes. including condition. Toilets, showers, sinks, faucets and traps. It does not include a sewer inspection.


Main panel, circuit breakers, types of wiring, grounding, exhaust fans, receptacles, ceiling fans and light fixtures. Ask if the electrical panel is on a recall list. Does the electrical panel use breakers or fuses?

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Buyer Beware:
The value of a home inspection

It’s been quite the last couple of years for the housing market. Property listings come and go in the blink of an eye, and that’s bad news if you’re buying. It’s become so competitive that many buyers are doing whatever they can to get the upper hand in a bidding war…

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