The Building Inspector of America provides complete home and building inspection services. Our company president, Michael McDowell was instrumental in helping to develop the standards for all licensed home inspectors in the state of Massachusetts.
The Building Inspector of America's team of licensed and insured professionals helps anyone purchasing or selling real estate by offering residential and commercial inspection services. In addition to performing the structural and mechanical home inspection, other services include wood-destroying insect inspections, water quality testing, radon testing, mold testing, and Title 5 Septic System inspections. The Building Inspector of America also provides expert witness and consultation services.
For most people, the purchase or sale of real estate is the single most important investment decision they'll make during their lifetime. Having performed more than 30,000 inspections throughout Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island since 1987, The Building Inspector of America's mission is to offer reassurance during the transaction by providing a thorough and comprehensive analysis of the structure. The inspector's expertise and experience educate and empower our clients to make informed decisions.
Who is the Building Inspector?
The Building Inspector of America is a licensed, independent and insured inspection company offering a comprehensive, confidential report of the structural and mechanical condition of a structure. As a potential buyer or seller, our experienced and objective analysis coupled with our professional insight will allow you to make an informed decision about the property you’re considering. A few of our services are detailed below.
Let's start with the two most common questions.
A home inspection is a visual examination of the physical, structural and mechanical systems of a home. If you’re thinking about buying a house, condominium, or multi-family, you should have it properly inspected before the final purchase by a licensed, experienced and impartial professional home inspector.
Questions? We have the answers.
What is a home
Why do I need home
A fresh coat of paint could be hiding serious structural problems. Water marks in the basement may indicate a chronic seepage problem or may simply be the result of a single incident. A home inspector interprets these clues and conditions and presents his or her professional opinion as to the condition of the structure before you buy - to help you avoid unpleasant surprises after the fact.
Ready to buy? Want a quote? Reach out.
One of our associates will be more than happy to answer your questions and/or set up an inspection at your convenience.
Please call us at 413-596-2338 or toll-free at 1-800-626-4408. If you’d rather obtain a price quote or ask us questions by e-mail, please complete this form and we’ll get back to you with answers within one business day.
Please include as much information about the property type, year built, square footage,
number of bathrooms and other basic details about the property.