At Evergreen Pro Services, we understand purchasing a home can be quite stressful and overwhelming. That’s why our home inspections are exactly what you need – a comprehensive analysis of the condition of the home in an easy to follow report.

A home inspection is a perfect opportunity for you to learn about any home safety, fire hazards, and health risks to you and your family. We understand how important it is to have a solid understanding of your new home’s components or systems.

Upon hiring a professional home inspector, you will have immediate access to expert knowledge and information on your new home. Our goal is to provide you with the information you need to make any necessary repairs or maintenance, so you can feel confident in your new home.


At Evergreen Pro Services, we want you to be part of the team. In fact, we encourage you to join us during the home inspection. We are more than happy to explain the home inspection process for you in real-time. The peace of mind you gain by participating in the home inspection will help you better negotiate any necessary repairs or maintenance.


Our professional home inspection reports are easy to understand. The report outlines any issues found in the home inspection, prioritizes their level of severity, and provides you with clear instructions on how to best repair maintenance issues identified. We offer home maintenance tips and action steps to be addressed by a qualified contractor. We’ll even offer recommendations! Use our home inspection report when negotiating with the seller and real estate agent.

Don’t be alarmed if your home inspection reveals components and systems in need of repair or service. This is completely normal; no home is perfect. Typically, any issues found are minor, needing proper maintenance or repair at a small cost to you. You may even be able to ask for a credit from the seller for making these repairs yourself. Sometimes real estate negotiations are wide open, and repairs can work in your favor. Trust what your real estate agent advises you to do.

Remember, the purpose of a home inspection is to identify major issues, such as structural damage. When making repairs, make sure you use qualified, licensed contractors. This will ensure you receive high-quality repairs. If you need help, don’t worry! We can make quality recommendations to help you protect your investment.