About Us

Home Inspections

Home Buying Decision Making Made Simple. Make us your first choice and let Home Inspections give you the peace of mind needed to make your home buying decision in the Columbus area.

Because Walls Can't Talk

If walls could talk you wouldn’t need a home inspection, but unfortunately, that’s not the case. We’re the voice of the home. Let us tell you whether it’s been properly maintained, or if it’s about to fall apart. We’ll get in the crawl spaces, on the roof, in the garage, or wherever we need to go find out the true history of the structure. Walls can’t talk but we can, and our language is simple, direct and accurate. Contact us today to get a trustworthy, thorough, home inspection before you make the final buying decision.

You Can Trust Our Experience

We know what we’re doing and we have the accreditation to prove it. Home Inspections is an EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) certified firm with years of experience in the construction and inspection business. All of our agents are ASHI Certified (American Society of Home Inspectors) with an extensive residential and commercial building background. Buying a home is an important decision, and we’re here to help you make the right choice.


Home Inspection Services

We check for: Mold, Termites, Radon, and many other problems which can be associated with a home.

Home Inspections, LLC
715 Shawan Falls Dr. #1954 Dublin, Ohio 43017
(800) 241-0133

James Jones
Owner, ASHI Certified Inspector

Frequently Asked Questions

1Q: What IS a home inspection?
A: A home inspection is an examination of the physical condition of a home. The process is non-invasive and usually connected to the purchase value of the home. The home inspector gives clients a report of the conditions of the home so that the homeowner can make accurate decisions for the sale of the home or to the buyer of a home.
2Q: Why do I need a home inspection?
A: Purchasing your dream home is one of the most important things in life. A buyer must learn as much as possible about the condition of the home they are looking to buy. A home inspector eliminates the possibility of negative surprises in regards to repairs or difficulties with the home after the purchase. On the other hand, as a seller, you want a home inspector in order to prepare your home in the best shape possible to a buyer and meet their inspector’s standards to eliminate issues.
3Q: Why should you choose our team to inspect your home?
A: As the founder and owner of Home Inspections LLC, I have an extensive background in home building:
  • Over 17 years' experience in the construction industry
  • Certified Master Carpenter
  • Licensed HVAC technician
  • Built over 100 homes
  • Experienced military contractor
  • 12 different licenses (green building, lead safe renovations and more)
4Q: What does my home inspection report include?
A: Inspector reports include: the heating system, the electrical system, the cooling system, the interior plumbing, the roof surface, attic, insulation, walls, ceilings, floors, windows, doors, appliances, foundation, basement, exterior, drainage and structure.

Homebuyers appreciate a simple yet detailed electronic reporting format, and that's exactly what we deliver. Home Inspections LLC uses state of the art software to create a comprehensive and customized narration of the property condition. Here's a sample of the quality reporting you can expect from us.
5Q: How long does a home inspection take?
A: Typically a thorough home inspection will last 2-4 hours on average, depending on the size of the house, age and condition.
6Q: How much does a home inspection cost?
A: Home Inspections LLC is an affordable option for homebuyers. General inspections start at $250, and pricing may vary depending on the age and square footage of the property. We offer upfront pricing with no hassles or surprises. Click here to find out exactly what your inspection will cost.
7Q: Is an appraisal the same thing as a home inspection?
A: No, an appraisal covers the market value of a home based on its location and size whereas the home inspection determines the condition of the home in regards to its structure.
8Q: Can I perform the home inspection on my own?
A: We recommend a professional, as even the most experienced homeowner has not inspected hundreds of homes. A home inspector has calculated and measured the elements of many different homes in terms of construction and maintenance. Also, if you’re a buyer, you will emotionally react to a home that you want and this could affect the judgments of a personal inspection. An inspector will provide the necessary objectivity.