Home Inspectors NH

Do You Need to Schedule a NH Home Inspection?

We have 2 slots every day and we would love to be part of your home purchase! We have been in business for 8+ Years! and Bob is a Certified Master Home Inspector!

Recent NH Home Inspection Reviews

Not all NH home inspectors are created equal. Bob has a ton of experience with building homes and being a home inspector for almost a decade. Take look at a few of the reviews that people have shared on Google.

Read the rest of our Google Reviews we have 61 Five Stars!

Hire an Experienced NH Home Inspector!

Bob is a 3rd generation home builder in New Hampshire and he has been around home building his entire life.

He has owned and operated the New Hampshire home inspection business going on for 8+ years!

You can always call us to schedule your home inspection or we can give you a callback.

After you fill out the form we will be in touch almost immediately to give you an accurate quote and go over scheduling and availability.

Call us at 603-722-0893 or fill out the form.

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Hire one of the Best Home Inspectors in New Hampshire!

Certified Master Inspectors (CMIs)® are the best inspectors in the world. CMI® is a professional designation available to all qualifying inspectors who wish to become Board-Certified by the Master Inspector Certification Board.

Schedule with one today!

You might also need some additional inspections and testing…

NH water testing tubes

Water Testing

It is always a good idea to get a water test. The property could have all kinds of contaminants in the water that you don’t know about. We offer this service during your NH home inspection!

Radon Air Testing

We live in the Granite State and that is the source of Radon in our homes. It is a good idea to get the Radon air levels tested in your home before you make the purchase.

Septic Inspection

A large number of homes in New Hampshire are on their own septic system with a leach field. These systems are expensive and don’t last forever.

Get peace of mind of the condition before you purchase your home. We work closely with local professional septic inspectors.

Home Inspection Service Area

We cover most of the State of New Hampshire for home inspections. Some of the towns that we frequent the most are listed but we cover surrounding towns to these also. Bob is the go-to home inspector in Concord NH and also around the lakes. Figure if you are within an hour from Concord NH we have you covered!

Counties served

  • Hillsborough County
  • Rockingham County
  • Merrimack County
  • Strafford County

Frequent towns served

Concord, Hopkinton, Sunapee, Newbury, Sutton, Bradford, Warner, New London, Canterbury, Loudon, Pembroke, Hampton, Rye, Derry, Londonderry, Bedford, Epping, Manchester, Chester, Goffstown, Henniker, Weare, Dearfield, Windham, Pelham, Portsmouth

NH Home Inspections Types

NH Residential Home Inspections

This is probably the most common type of home that we do in our rural state of New Hampshire. We cover the entire home from the foundation all the way to the roof.

We will also help you decide if you should be getting water testing and Radon air testing as well.

NH Condo Home Inspections

If you are buying a condo in NH it is a great idea to also get a home inspection.

Some of the inspections might be a little more limited but we will make sure the condominium is safe to live in.

NH Mobile Home Inspections

Getting a home inspection on a mobile home is so important.

We will go under the mobile home and a lot of NH home inspectors do not! This is by far the most important part of a mobile home inspection.

Frequently Asked Questions

Home inspectors in New Hampshire must be licensed by the state, but there is more information about the licensing process on the Board of Home Inspectors’ website. You can use a search feature to find all home inspectors licensed in New Hampshire.

Home inspectors in New Hampshire make an average of $50,000 per year. But this also depends on the company and how long they have been in business. Obviously, this can change be a very low number. I must say though there are a lot of part-time home inspectors so Im sure that there are a lot of inspectors making less than 50k.

Home inspectors are not allowed to make any repairs to the home they are inspecting. This would create a conflict of interest and would not be ethical. We also do not take things apart and we can not see into the walls. Home inspections are visual inspections.

The first step is to take an accredited home inspector course. After that, you will need to pass the National Home Inspector Exam. Once you have done that, you can apply for a license with the state of New Hampshire.