We consider ourselves a "Buyer's Inspection Company." Our business primarily comes from referrals from satisfied customers. We work on your behalf, not the agent's and not the builder's. Just check out our reviews and see why buyers like yourself chose us...
Only an ASHI Certified Inspector can display a Gold ASHI Logo. An ASHI Certified inspector will provide a professional, personalized inspection that combines more than 40 years of the highest technical standards, adherence to a strict code of ethics and the very best in customer service. Jeff has passed the most rigorous technical examinations in effect today and has completed over 2200 inspections the Charleston, SC area to date.
How does Full Service Home Inspections stand out from the rest?
Attics are important, though often overlooked in a home inspection. It is not unusual for a homeowner to have never entered their own attic. Attics can hide a lot of problems-from mold and insulation problems to electrical and fire concerns.
Your roof should be inspected from the inside for leakage or past water damage.
Insulation and proper attic ventilation will minimize moisture concerns, like mold from condensation, by maintaining a more constant temperature in the attic.
Mold. Fungus, Pest, Rodents, Termites, Asbestos Insulation, Standing water or Sewage, Structural Collapse
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Jeff Bennett, Home Inspector, educate's his clients during the home inspection, so whether you are a buyer, seller, or a current homeowner you will receive an unbiased opinion regarding the condition of the property. Jeff has completed some of the industry’s most comprehensive training programs by ASHI, Residential and Commercial. He takes pride in the fact that he has achieved the certification designations as well as so many reviews from satisfied clients and this sets him apart from many others. Full Service Home Inspections will provide you with information so you can have Peace of Mind.
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Where the Inspection is Just the Beginning.