Amerispec® Home Inspection

Serving the Entire Twin Cities Area of Minnesota

General Home Inspection

It’s important for you – whether you’re a first-time homebuyer, real estate agent, etc. – to have peace of mind about the purchase you’re about or going to help make. Buying a home is often the single largest investment we make, so why wouldn’t you have your home inspected? With an AmeriSpec Home Inspection, you get both a visual and operational examination of more than 400 items inside and outside your home. From the foundation to the roof, our home inspectors are trained in meeting and exceeding standards in the home inspection industry.

A home inspection includes looking into:

  • Structural components
  • Roof
  • Foundation
  • Basement
  • Chimney
  • Doors
  • Windows
  • Interior and Exterior Walls
  • Appliance Functions
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical Systems
  • Room-by-Room Review
  • Attic/Basement/Crawl Space
  • Heating and/or Air Conditioning
  • And More!
AmeriSpec Inspection Serving Twin Cities & Wisconsin

Electronic Radon Testing

Radon is a gas that can’t be seen, smelled or tasted. It shouldn’t be ignored, as the EPA estimates it causes thousands of lung cancer deaths each year. AmeriSpec is licensed by the Minnesota Department of Health to do these tests.

Sewer Scope Inspections

We’ve partnered with Sewer Crawlers to conduct video inspections of the home’s sewer system.

Pre-Listing Inspections

If you are selling your home, consider a pre-listing inspection. This allows you to identify any potential problems or repairs that need to be made before selling your house.

New Construction Inspections

If you are building or purchasing a new build in the Twin Cities area, a new construction inspection can help you know if anything was missed or done incorrectly during the construction process.

Mold Swab Testing

These samples are taken at the inspection and analyzed in a laboratory to identify the types and concentrations of mold present. The process helps determine if mold levels are within acceptable limits or if remediation is necessary. Results within 48 hours.

4-Point Insurance Inspections

Home insurance companies require an inspection for properties over 50 years old. An inspector will inspect the roof, heating, plumbing and electrical systems to verify they are in good working condition, and they will generate a letter for your insurance provider.