FAQ

You Have Questions – We Have Answers

Do you do repairs or recommend contractors?

No, we do not!  Rightway Residential  Home Inspectors are certified home inspectors and we are not in the contracting or construction field.  We also find it to be a conflict of interest to recommend repairs as well as provide estimates on the repairs.   Our job is to find defective areas of the property, give advice where appropriate, and re-inspect once repairs are completed.

Do you provide a warranty on your building inspections?

Not as part of our basic inspection.  Rightway Residential Home Inspections does not provide unlimited or limited warranties or guarantees. However, most new construction should have some type of warranty from the builder. We recommend the buyer review the builder warranty prior to closing. We also strongly recommend that the property is fully insured for water damage, fire, theft, structural, etc.

Can you provide images or video?

Yes, we provide digital photos with our home inspection report and can provide video and FLIR thermal images (when necessary) for follow on work if we discover or suspect a problem during the regular inspection.

Will we get a written report?

Yes. A comprehensive written inspection report  with photos  will be available generally within 24 hours after  the completion of the inspection.  A PDF version of the report will be sent by email once the report is finished.

In the event I have concerns prior to closing, can I contact the inspector?

Yes. Your Rightway Home Inspector can be reached by phone between 9am and 5pm, Monday through Friday 706-426-6205.  Should you have questions or want us to inspect any repairs made after our original inspection.