Home Inspection Services
Clemmons to Charlotte, NC
Your biggest investment deserves the best inspection.
The safety of your home is of utmost importance since the ones you love most spend a great deal of time there. Whether you’re buying, selling, or maintaining a home, a professional home inspection can help make sure the building is both structurally sound and safe.
We’re based in Clemmons, NC, and also service surrounding areas as far as Charlotte, NC.
Once you’ve hired Stratton Inspections, you’ll have peace of mind knowing that your property will be thoroughly reviewed inside and out. We carefully check through all floors of the home, including basements and crawl spaces. Our comprehensive inspections include a detailed analysis of the structure and appliances in the home.
We’ll also go over any main points of interest in the inspection and answer any questions you have.
If you’re purchasing or selling a home, it’s wise to have an inspection done. This ensures that you’re making a savvy investment as the potential buyer.
Preemptive inspections allow sellers to make changes and fixes before putting their house on the market and avoid any unexpected deal breakers during the selling process.
We’ll be happy to answer all of your questions and set up your appointment. We look forward to serving you soon.
Have questions? View our home inspection FAQ below.
Home inspections are ideal for:
- Buying or selling a home
- Efficiency checks
- After a major renovation
We will check:
- Structural frame integrity
- Roof surfaces
- Electrical systems
- Plumbing, heating, and ventilation systems
- Safety measures and more
Give our friendly staff a call today to discuss your needs! We look forward to serving you.
Serving Clemmons, Winston Salem, Charlotte, and nearby areas of North Carolina.
What Our Satisfied Customers Are Saying...
Stergois Stratton was very professional and knowledgeable and explained all concerns that he had… We would definitely recommend Stratton Inspections LLC to anyone needing home inspection services.
Excellent Home Inspector. Extremely detailed and professional.
Jan Ritchie Gladstone
I highly recommend this company for their responsiveness and the thoroughness of their inspections.
We’ve been using Stergios Stratton for a few years now and have been very happy with him. He has helped us to make very informed decisions with buying homes. Highly recommend.
Stratton Inspections provided a very thoroughly detailed inspection of a potential home purchase. The report was delivered very timely, helping me to make an informed decision quickly. We will definitely use their services again!
Friendly, thorough, and knowledgeable. Stergios also added value to the inspection with suggestions. Highly recommended.
Outstanding home inspection, very thorough and reasonably-priced, Stergios is great to work with. Strongly recommend him!
Excellent home Inspector! Very knowledgeable and thorough! I would highly recommend Stratton Inspections.
Excellent Home Inspector!! Very timely, detailed and thorough. I highly recommend Stratton Inspections!!
Professional service, great reports!
He was very thorough. Everything you would want from an inspection.
Stratton Inspections LLC was used to inspect a home my family is interested in purchasing. Stergios was very professional, knowledgeable and courteous to all questions we had and directed us to others when needed. Thank you very much!!
Adding Value for Real Estate Agents
For real estate agents there's a lot of value in consistency. Knowing a thorough, well-regarded home inspector means a pain free referral to call upon each home as a seller's agent. And equally, as a buyer's agent, knowing you can count on the inspector to provide all the information for clients is a big peace of mind.
Some Realtors like having a go-to resource for preliminary inspections as well so their clients have a good starting batch of info from the showing. This helps them make decisions and narrow down their top 3 properties during their tours, and makes the whole process smoother.
Home Inspection FAQ
Why do I need a home inspection?
Home inspections allow for confident buying when you're shopping for a new home. If there are any issues or warning signs to be aware of, the home inspection is where those will surface. This is also why banks require a home inspection be completed before issuing a mortgage, since they want to make sure the home is worth the asking price.
Does the homeowner need to be there for an inspection?
Generally, no. Many times a home inspection gets scheduled for when people are working or have other things going on. As long as the home inspector can get inside the home with permission, the assessment can be completed without supervision. However, some homeowners prefer to be there to be aware of anything the inspector notices that could be cause for concern.
Can A House Fail A Home Inspection?
A home inspection isn't really about pass or fail. There is a checklist of things the inspector will examine carefully, but the inspection is more about confirming whether important systems are in proper working order. If some of them are not, it's the home inspector's job to make buyers and sellers aware of them.
The home inspection itself does not determine the home's valuation, although buyers can potentially use the findings to negotiate the purchase price if repairs need to be made. (Or negotiate that those repairs must be made before closing.)
Who pays for the home inspection?
Often the potential buyer pays for the home inspection. Sometimes a preliminary home inspection will be a complementary feature a buyer's agent provides, and other times the seller will elect to invest in a professional home inspection as they put the home up for sale.
What happens if there are problems discovered during the home inspection?
The seller is not automatically required to make repairs in the event that a home inspection reveals the need for them. Generally any needed repairs become part of the negotiation. The buyer can ask for the selling price to be adjusted in consideration of making the repairs, or ask that the repairs be completed prior to the sale.
Or, if the buyer is not immediately concerned with the findings, such as knowing the hot water heater is old but still currently working properly, the buyer may elect to move forward with the sale regardless.
At the end of the day, the home inspection is mostly about knowing all the facts and having all the cards out on the table.