Buying a home is a significant financial investment, and it is important to learn as much as possible about the condition of a home before making a final decision. Whether you have an insurance policy with us or not, let Liberty Mutual's licensed home inspectors assess the home to check for any potential issues, so that you can buy with confidence.
We utilize licensed home inspectors who assess many aspects of a home such as its structural components, electrical, plumbing and heating systems. Once completed, they deliver a detailed inspection report that can help you make a knowledgeable decision to purchase your home.
Why Liberty Mutual Home Inspection?
The features of Liberty Mutual Home Inspection include:
What is Inspected?
- Licensed Liberty Mutual home inspectors who have years of experience and are knowledgeable of local standards and practices
- A thorough and educational inspection process that walks you through your new home and potential issues it may have
- A quality home inspection at a competitive price
- A detailed report with pictures and descriptions of items that need attention is delivered to you within 24 hours of the inspection's completion
- A quick and easy experience when you schedule your appointment
- A dedicated call center for any follow-up questions you have
Our licensed home inspectors conduct a comprehensive review of all accessible components of a home, including:
We also include a complimentary wood-destroying insect inspection.
Other Available Home Inspection Services
- Interior rooms
- Insulation and ventilation
- Exterior of home
- Structural components
- Air conditioning
- And more
In addition to our standard home inspection, we also offer a suite of additional home inspection services for home buyers and homeowners. These include:
- Radon Testing - Our inspector will set up a continuous monitoring radon machine inside the home, and the machine will track radon levels for 48 hours. Once the testing is complete, you will receive a report describing the radon readings in your home and how they compare to environmental standards.
- Water Testing - Our home inspector can take a sample of the drinking water in your home and send it to a lab where it will be tested for chemicals.
- Pre-Listing Seller's Inspection - If you want to learn about the condition of your current home, our inspectors will inspect your home and create a report that will help you understand what elements of your home may need attention prior to being put on the market.