Be smart. Have your home expertly inspected by the most thorough independent home inspector. All Buildings Inspection LLC.
All Buildings Inspection LLC is dedicated to providing professional, unbiased, third party inspections of residential homes.
The inspection and reporting process is thorough, following the requirements of Wisconsin Statutes and Administrative Codes.
Wisconsin State Statute 440.97 and SPS 131 are very explicit regarding the contents of all reports from all registered Wisconsin home inspectors.
The report must first list all the components and systems of a house which the inspector is legally required to inspect. That list, in SPS 131.32, lists the bare minimum necessary for a legal home inspection.
Those items which were actually inspected must then be listed in the report.
The report must also describe any item, which if not repaired or corrected, will adversely affect the life expectancy of that item, or of a dependent item.
The report must also list any material adverse facts (issues involving safety, functionality, or structural integrity) which the inspector has knowledge of or has observed.
During the inspection (the process can take from 3 to 4 hours or more for a normal sized house), observable systems and components of the building which are readily accessible are examined. You are encouraged to be present during all of (or at least a portion of) the inspection process.
The report is a detailed written documentation (with photographs as applicable) of the condition of those readily accessible and observable components and systems.
The individual(s) purchasing the property are given full benefit of the inspection. Issues are not glossed over or candy coated for the purpose of pleasing another party, to facilitate the sale of the property, or to gain future referrals from other parties.
After all, who is purchasing the property? Obviously - YOU.
To schedule an inspection: call 608-732-0359, or go to the Contact page.
If the phone call is not answered right away, please leave a message. Phone calls are normally not answered while conducting an inspection. That same courtesy is offered to you during the course of your on-site inspection.
The home inspection report is the most important aspect of all home inspections. The most thorough inspection is of little value if the report does not convey the information you require in a manner that is thorough, informative and easy to read.
Your inspection report is prepared for you, the home buyer or seller. It is generated from detailed notes and photographs taken during the inspection.
The prepared report follows the requirements set forth in Wisconsin law and administrative codes.
It is released to you the day after the inspection (unless other arrangements are made) by email. If internet services are not available to you, the report is printed and sent to you by US postal mail.
The report is given to no one else unless you request it be forwarded to an additional party, such as a trusted realtor, banker, or attorney.
Each completed report is archived for retrieval should such a need arise in the future.
The fee for a home inspection from All Buildings Inspection LLC starts at $375.00 for smaller homes and condominiums. Larger homes (and those with additional outbuildings and/or systems) are priced accordingly.
A firm quote can usually be given out immediately by phone, once a brief description of the property and its location is discussed.
The territory covered for home inspections includes all of Grant County, Lafayette County, and Iowa County in Southwest Wisconsin.
Other areas of Wisconsin can be considered for inspections. Please ask!
Chuck Staab, manager of All Buildings Inspection LLC, has been a Wisconsin registered home inspector since 2005.
From 1985 to 2005, he performed home repairs and remodels, building maintenance and upkeep, and historic building restorations. Trades work included construction, carpentry, masonry, roofing, siding, and electric.
Of equal importance is keeping up with ever changing codes and knowledge regarding current construction methods and materials for newer home construction and older home upgrades, modifications and remodels.
Credentials and licenses held by Chuck Staab:
Wisconsin Home Inspector credential No. 1744-166. Expires December 14, 2018.
Wisconsin Master Electrician license No. 998643. Expires June 30, 2019.
Wisconsin UDC-Construction Inspector certification No. 998643. Expires June 30, 2020.