Serving Metro Atlanta and Surrounding Communities
"Chris recently conducted a professional and thorough inspection of my home.  He took the time to answer questions I had regarding how certain things work and about items he found that needed to be corrected.  I not only understand my home better after the inspection but I also feel confident my home will be in good shape when I am ready to sell.
I definitely recommend Chris to anyone looking for a home inspector."

​Jennifer M., Cumming, GA

"Chris did a great job on a property that I recently put under contract. He was thorough and took his time on all aspects of the home inspection. I received pictures and a detailed report of repairs very quickly. I would absolutely recommend his services"
 Tim B., Cumming, GA
Chris Kennedy
 call or text 678-283-2449
Professional Home Inspection
As professional home inspectors, we will carefully examine each home and deliver a thorough, unbiased report on its condition. The contents of the report vary on the home's many components and amenities but the typical home inspection includes a thorough examination of the foundation, major structural properties, roof, basement, heating/air systems, appliances, electrical and plumbing to name a few. We will highlight problems that require major repair as well as general maintenance issues.
  • Residential and Light Commercial
  • Free Quotes | Reports Delivered Same Day
  • ICA Certified, ASHI member
  • Insured
BUYING a home is one of the biggest decisions you will ever make. A professional home inspection can give you valuable piece of mind as you navigate the stressful journey to find the best home for you and your family. And often times, a home inspection will reveal issues that should be resolved before you buy.
SELLING a home can be equally as stressful. Before you list, consider my one-hour "look and list" consulation. We will look at your home together and talk about those things you can do to help your buyer's inspection go well. It's a one-hour $125 investment that could pay for itself many times over.
  • Strive to get your asking price. Flaws found by buyers before their inspection are viewed far worse than those disclosed beforehand.
  • Be the most knowledgeable person about your house. Buyers exposing flaws can make the seller appear incompetent or worse, deceptive.
  • Gain leverage at the negotiation table. Often times, repairs are inexpensive and easily fixed before they are exposed to buyers. If needed, get quotes on major repairs to accurately pass them along to the buyer.    
-Chris Kennedy