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Call us at: 413-885-0995







We've been inspecting properties for nearly two decades! We're fully insured and licensed in 3 states (Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Florida). 



Quality customer service is at the core of what we do and our customers see that! We go into every inspection with a vigilant eye, putting our customer's interests first. 


Before you buy a property, let's make sure there are no unwanted surprises!


We don't just inspect homes, we do commercial properties too!

Proudly serving Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Florida.

  • Home Inspections
    Home inspections are not an appraisal of value but rather a report of the condition of the property at the time of the inspection. This report serves as an informational tool to assist home buyers in understanding the condition of the property and lists any issues that may require attention. This inspection report is not meant to be thought of as a “pass or fail” test, but as an information gathering process. It is also important to mention that the home inspector has no authority in the real estate process. My role is advisory only. For hard to reach places and uncessible areas we do provide inspections via drones. This report also includes: - Home Inspection - Roof & Foundation Inspection - Structural & Mechanical Inspection - Electrical Inspection - Flood & Water Damage Inspection - HVAC Inspection - Chimney Inspection - Home Safety Inspection - Plumbing Inspection - Roofing Inspection - Ventilation System Inspection
  • Commercial Real Estate Inspections
    Commercial Building Inspections include an examination of the construction, alteration, or repair of commercial buildings to ensure compliance with building codes and ordinances, safety and zoning regulations. We also inspect the structural quality and general safety of buildings. For hard to reach places and uncessible areas we do provide inspections via drones. This report also includes: - Commercial Building Inspection - Roof & Foundation Inspection - Structural & Mechanical Inspection - Electrical Inspection - Flood & Water Damage Inspection - HVAC Inspection - Chimney Inspection - Bulding Safety Inspection - Plumbing Inspection - Ventilation System Inspection
  • Wood Destroying Insect Inspections
    As part of a Wood Destroying Insect inspection, the inspector is looking for signs of past or current Wood Destroying Insect infestation, such as shelter tubes, bore/exit holes, frass, as well as any visibly accessible damage left behind by a Wood Destroying Insect (WDI) infestation. The 4 Primary Types of Wood Destroying Insects: - Termites - Powder Post Beatles - Carpenter Ants - Carpenter Bees
  • Radon Inspection
    Radon is a radioactive gas that can cause lung cancer over time so it is crucial to test for this. Radon testing is the only way to know whether your property has high levels of radon. We use an on-site monitor for instant results.
  • Mold Inspection
    Mold is a type of fungus that can live almost anywhere indoors and outside. Over time, exposure to mold can may you sick, especially if you are particularly sensitive to mold. While working at your property, we conduct a visual inspection of the house or building where we discuss any water damage, leaks, moisture problems, and areas where mold is detected.
  • Water Quality Inspections
    Water quality testing is a test that checks the property's water supply for any contaminants or pollutants, such as chlorine, lead, or certain bacteria. This type of test can also reveal chemical imbalances of the pH, and other attributes, such as hardness.
  • Lead Inspections
    Lead-based paint inspections determine the presence of lead-based paint. A risk assessment is an on-site investigation to determine the presence, type, severity, and location of lead-based paint hazards (including lead hazards in paint, dust, and soil) and provides suggested ways to control them.
  • Infarred & Thermal Imaging Inspection
    Thermal Imaging Inspection is great for identifying areas where the insulation contractor failed to insulate adequately. By detecting the difference in temperature between a wet area and the surrounding dry areas thermal imaging can help detect moisture issues that would not be visible during a limited visual home inspection.
  • Asbestos Inspection
    An asbestos inspection will identify areas of potential asbestos containing materials and take an appropriate number of samples for laboratory analysis.
  • Fire & Water Damage Inspection
    FIRE: In the event of a fire, there is usually hidden damage and contamination. Due to the excessive heat, your home's structural integrity is also likely compromised. WATER: In the bathroom and kitchen, we cand detect signs of leaks and damage on your ceramic fixtures, such as tile, sinks, bathtubs and toilets. ... They will also inspect personal belongings that may show signs of water damage such as clothes, electronics, appliances, and furniture.
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Beautiful Private House in the Suburb

Ernest D. Harris

Owner of Harris Property Inspections

A developed team of professionals, whom are well knowledge in the construction of older homes as well as newer homes.  Our team has made it a priority to remain up to date on the many changing codes and new designs; but has also trained in recognizing the many different components in homes that were built as far back as the 1800's.  In short, no home or business is too old, or new, or big, or small for this experienced team.

You get with us, all honest and knowledgeable answers throughout the inspection process.  Photographs and detailed reporting methods are used along with our state of the art equipment, that helps us provide detailed testing and descriptions in a fast and complete manner.  We also use quality reporting, which consist of a computer generated report from a top inspector reporting program, which photos are incorporated to assist in the explanation of details.  Receive your report within 24 hours of completed inspection. 

Take your time to familiarize yourself with us then give us a call.  

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