Inspection Services

Standards of Practice for Inspections

Parish Home Inspection abides by the InterNACHI and Tennessee standards of practice for all home inspections. These regulated standards and guidelines help to guarantee the quality of all the services performed and ensure that the inspector is following industry standards.

Beautiful suburban house for sale after receiving thorough home inspection services

Included Inspection Structures and Components

  • Roof
  • Exterior
  • Basement, Foundations, Crawl Spaces
  • Structure
  • Heating
  • Cooling
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Fireplace
  • Deck
  • Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
  • Doors, Windows & Interior

Types of Properties Inspected









Buyers Home Inspection Services

Buyer’s Inspections

Homebuyers are on the verge of making one of the largest and most important investments of their life. Don’t make the mistake of jumping in head first, always have a Certified Home Inspector perform an exhaustive inspection before making any final decisions. A Certified Home Inspector executes an in-person walkthrough and inspection of all of the property’s structures, components, and appliances. The Inspector will provide a full report listing any faults, needed repairs, or potential risks, making sure you have all the information you need before you purchase the property.

Real estate agent handing over the keys to a house sold after passing home inspection services

Pre-listing / Seller's Inspection

The true value of your current property is important information to have in the world of real estate. Homeowners and real estate agents alike need to know the condition of their property before attempting to sell it. With a Home Inspectors thorough report the seller is able to make all the needed repairs and be informed of any major issues. Having a Certified Home Inspector provide an unbiased report shows potential buyers that the seller has taken the necessary steps to assess the true value of their property. Buyers will feel much more at ease knowing the property is safe and the price is an honest one.

Repairman installing a refrigerator in a newly constructed house before home inspection services are prtformed

New Construction

Many Homebuyers neglect to hire a Home Inspector for new construction. Sadly, many builders will rush construction by cutting corners to save time and money. It is not uncommon for incorrect or sub-par material to be used during construction. Having an Inspector evaluate the new construction will ensure that it is up to code with all structures, components, and built-in appliances. New Construction also allows the Inspector to have much better access to many of the home’s appliances and structures, allowing for a more thorough inspection.

Home Maintenance Inspection

Most homeowners wish to maintain, if not grow, the value of their current home. With an Inspector’s detailed report you can properly address any of the problems uncovered during the inspection. Carrying out repairs and being made aware of any potential issues will help keep your home’s value and prevent you from paying much higher costs at a later date.

Radon Testing

Radon is a harmful gas that can be present anywhere. Radon is both invisible and odorless. It is important for your safety to have a professional inspector perform a radon test and alert you if there are any harmful gases present at the time of inspection.

11 Month / Builder Warranty

When Construction is complete many contractors will provide a 12-month warranty. Having a Certified Home Inspector perform an inspection before the warrant expires helps you avoid paying for anything that has not been property constructed or installed. Don’t pay out of pocket for these costly repairs and make certain that the builder is financially responsible for any of these issues.

Mold Testing

The knowledge of the harmful hazards of mold has been steadily increasing. Don’t put your safety in jeopardy and have a well-trained professional carry out a comprehensive inspection for the presence of mold in your home. Mold testing will alert you to current existing mold in your home and areas that could be a problem spot in the future.

Tools and Technologies

Parrish Home Inspection uses thermal imaging, moisture meters, aerial drone photography, and gas leak detectors (where prudent) to assist in all of our inspections.

Crawford using a thermal imaging device while performing home inspection services

After the Inspection, your custom report will be completed and returned within 24 hours

Request Your Inspection

Home inspections starting at $350. Contact us with any further questions or to schedule an appointment!

Parrish Home Inspection offers a 10% discount to active duty and veterans of US Armed Forces.