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Yuri Aminov, PE continually strives to maintain our reputation for top-notch service and the most thorough, ethical & accurate home inspection services. His expertise combined & attention to details and service will leave you feeling confident in your real estate transaction

What is a Home Inspector?

Home Inspector is a person licensed as a home inspector pursuant to the provisions of the Home Inspection Professional Law.

What is a Home Inspection?

Home Inspection is the process by which a home inspector observes and provides a written report of the systems and components of a residential building including but not limited to heating system, cooling system, plumbing system, electrical system, structural components, foundation, roof, masonry structure, exterior and interior components or any other related residential building component as recommended or required by the department through regulation to provide a client with objective information about the condition of the residential building.

Fundamental Rules

Home inspectors shall exhibit honesty and integrity in furtherance of the honor of the home inspection profession. A home inspection has a direct and vital impact on the quality of life for all home buyers. In performing home inspection services, home inspectors shall adhere to the highest principles of ethical conduct.


Home Inspectors shall not disclose to a third party the contents of a home inspection report or any observations, deductions, opinions that pertain to a home inspection report without the prior consent of the client or the client's representative.
"You should be confident in your privacy"

Home Inspection Services Include:

Minimum Requirements

(a) Home inspectors shall observe and report on readily accessible,
visually observable installed systems and components.
(b) Home inspectors shall report on those systems and components
observed that, in the professional opinion of the home inspector, are deficient, not functioning properly and/or unsafe.
(c) If a home inspector has not observed a particular system or major
component, he or she shall list said item in the inspection report as an item
that was not observed and shall set forth the reasons why said item was not

  • Site Conditions

Trees and vegetation that adversely affect the residential building; Walkways, steps, driveways, patios and retaining walls.

  • Structural Systems

The floor structure; the wall structure; the ceiling structure; the roof structure.

  • Exterior

All exterior walls and coverings, flashing and trim; All exterior doors including garage doors and operators; All attached or adjacent decks, balconies, stoops, steps, porches and railings; All eaves, soffits and fascias where accessible from the ground level; All adjacent walkways, patios and driveways on the subject property; The condition of a representative number of windows.

  • Roof Systems

Roofing materials and condition; Roof drainage systems; Flashing; Skylights, chimneys and roof penetrations. 

NOTE: Home inspectors are not required to walk on or access a roof where
to do so could result in damage to the roof or roofing material or endanger
the health and safety of the home inspector.

  • Plumbing System

Interior water supply and distribution systems including fixtures and faucets; Drain, waste and vent systems; Water heating equipment and vents and pipes; Fuel storage and fuel distribution systems and components; Drainage sumps, sump pumps, ejector pumps and related piping; Active leaks.

  • Electrical System

Service drop; Service entrance conductors, cables and raceways; The main and branch circuit conductors for property over current protection and condition by visual observation after removal of the readily accessible main and sub electric panel covers; Service grounding; Interior components of service panels and sub-panels; A representative number of installed lighting fixtures, switches and receptacles; A representative number of ground fault circuit interrupters.

  • Fireplaces

Observe and report on visible and accessible system components; Observe and report on visible and accessible chimneys and vents; Observe and report on chimney caps; Observe and report on fireplaces and solid fuel burning appliances; Observe and report on chimneys; Observe, operate and report on accessible fireplace dampers.

  • Heating System

Describe the type of fuel, heating equipment and heating distribution system; Operate the systems using thermostats; Open readily accessible and operable access panels provided by the manufacturer or installer for routine homeowner maintenance; Observe and report on the condition of normally operated controls and components of the systems; Observe and report on visible flue pipes, dampers and related components for functional operation; Observe and report on the presence of and the condition of a representative number of heat sources in each habitable space of the residential building; Observe and report on the operation of fixed supplementary heat units; Observe and report on visible components of vent systems, flues and chimneys.

  • Air Conditioning Systems

Observe, describe and report on the type of air conditioning equipment and air conditioning distribution system; Operate the system using the thermostat; Open a representative number of readily accessible and operable access panels provided by the manufacturer for routine homeowner maintenance; Observe and report on the condition of normally operated controls and components of the system.

  • Interior

Observe and report on the material and general condition of walls, ceilings and floors; Observe and report on steps, stairways and railings; Observe, operate and report on garage doors, garage door safety devices and garage door operators; Where visible and readily accessible, observe and report on the bath and/or kitchen vent fan ducting to determine if it exhausts to the exterior of the residential building; Observe, operate and report on a representative number of primary windows and interior doors; Observe and report on visible signs of water penetration.

  • Insulation and Ventilation

Observe, describe and report on insulation in accessible, visible
unfinished spaces; Observe, describe and report on ventilation of accessible attics and foundation areas; Observe and report on mechanical ventilation systems in visible accessible areas.

  • Attics

The method of observation used; and Conditions observed.

Please refer to Limitations and Exclusions to Home Inspection link below:

The fees for our services depend on the type and the size of property and start from $150. During the initial conversation with the Customer we will establish and mutually agree on the fee.

Ask as many questions as necessary during the initial conversation, during the actual inspection and once you receive and read the Inspection Report. It is very important for us that you understand everything and have all your concerns addressed. There are no stupid questions, there are questions that are not asked. Does your potential professional take your needs to heart?

Does he provide easy to understand written Report? Do his fees commensurate with his knowledge, education and experience? And finally – very important – is he professional enough (knowledgeable, polite, understanding, personable, etc.) to work with?


Single family

A single-family home is an independent residential structure that sits on its own land and is designed to be used as a single dwelling unit, having just one kitchen.


Multifamily residential is a classification of housing where multiple separate housing units for residential inhabitants are contained within one building or several buildings within one complex. Units can be next to each other, or stacked on top of each other. A common form is an apartment building.


A condominium is a building structure divided into several units that are each separately owned, surrounded by common areas that are jointly owned.


A housing cooperative, or housing co-op, is a legal entity, usually a cooperative or a corporation, which owns real estate, consisting of one or more residential buildings; it is one type of housing tenure



A mixed-use building is a type of a commercial property that includes both commercial and residential space. In addition to the aforementioned storefront, another example home hunters are likely to encounter is a single-family property with a ground floor doctor’s office.



Whether you need an emergency repair or you are upgrading your home looking for new line installations, we can help.


From hotels to schools, we have the necessary equipment and training to provide top-quality services wherever you need them.


Home Inspection services include hassle free with our trained professionals at work.

Office / Professional Buildings

You can trust us with all your home inspection needs, we have the expertise and offer office and professional inspections.

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