You have a lot of choices when it comes to picking a home inspector. Ultimately the inspection you get depends on the individual inspector's knowledge and effort. As the owner of Safe House Home Inspection I will be the inspector responsible for giving you the objective view of your home you deserve. I bring with me years of experience in the housing industry and a dedication to giving you a comprehensive, objective analysis of the home's major systems and components with only your interests in mind.

A house is a large investment, maybe the largest investment of your life. For most people a house is the cornerstone of their life where lasting memories are made. The most important thing to remember is that no house is perfect, not even a brand new house. 

The benefits of a home inspection:

  • Protect yourself against a poor decision.

  •  Proceed with your purchase with knowledge of actual conditions - Issues that you can deal with - Issues too expensive to deal with.  

  • Use the inspection to negotiate with the seller.

  • The inspection is a financial tool to plan for future expenses.

  • The knowledge you will gain from your inspection will give you peace of mind on health and safety issues.

  • Avoid buyers remorse.

A home inspector can assess major defects, safety concerns, and potential threats. He can pinpoint problems and offer suggestions on how to deal with them. He can also identify code violations on the property. This information can help a homebuyer make an informed decision. A buyer may think they are buying a perfect home but trouble may be lurking. Experienced home inspectors can spot subtle signs and identify issues that might otherwise be overlooked.


Why are more sellers inspecting before they have a buyer?

  • Proven to sell homes faster and for more money.

  • Highlight positive aspects of a home for added selling points.

  • Stand out among other properties due to professional reports.

  • Help to accurately price your home, reducing time on the market.

  • Prevent unexpected issues from delaying or derailing a sale.

  • Provide time to hire contractors for repairs or estimates.

  • Encourage buyer to waive inspection contingency.

  • Add professional documentation to the disclosure statements.

Nashville & Surrounding Areas:
  • Madison

  • Goodlettsville

  • Hendersonville

  • Gallatin

  • Hermitage

  • Mt Juliet

  • LaVergne

  • Smyrna

  • Murfreesboro

  • Brentwood

  • Franklin

  • Bellevue