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Great Sacandaga Lake Inspections

For most people, the purchase of a home is the largest investment they’ll ever make. Getting an independent, expert opinion on the operability of the structure and its systems is a no-brainer. But not all home inspectors have the same experience, training, or certifications. . Home inspectors are governed only by whatever laws are in place in the state in which the inspection is performed, and these laws vary greatly. So how do you make sure you’ve hired the right person for the job?

How to Select a Home Inspector

On what basis should I choose?

  • Your home inspector shouldne licensed with the State of New York, have considerable experience and preferably has been in the building trades for several years and has knowledge of home construction. (Correspondence courses are no substitute).

  • Make sure your home inspector meets all laws and regulations of New York State.

  • The inspector should be a member of a professional Home Inspection Organization. It is important that the home inspector belongs to an association and abide by a set of standard practices and Code of Ethics that require professionalism in the industry. National home inspector organizations such as the American Society of Home Inspectors (ASHI), National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI), and National Association of Home Inspectors (NAHI), to name several.

  • Referred by someone other than your real estate agent. The best home inspectors are often labeled by some agents as “Deal Breakers”. Someone with this reputation is most likely to provide a comprehensive home inspection.


Who is the cheapest? They all look at the same things, right?

  • Every inspector is different and comes with strong points and weak points. You may save $50 by choosing a cheaper inspector and he could miss $1000. in problems. Usually the best inspectors are not the cheapest. If you want to save money, possibly thousands, then don’t choose the cheapest inspector. A thorough and experienced home inspector is the best route to take.


What kind of report does the inspector provide?


  • We provide a report that describes what was inspected and the condition of each inspected item. We include digital images and comments very specific to your home. We use straight forward, simple, easy to read and understand reports without any fluff. We know clients are not impressed with big, bulky reports and a lot of useless information.

  • Timely internet report delivery is provided, no more messy faxes or waiting for the mail.

  • A home inspector should be chosen on his ability. Substance should be measured in content not weight.

Professional Inspection Services. LLC
P.O.Box 902,
Northville, N.Y. 12134


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