Residential Inspection Services, Since 1994

Residential Inspection Services is a premium home inspection company servicing the entire seven-county metro area.  Our inspections exceed all National standards in every area.  If you are looking for a thorough inspection, look no further!

A home is one of your most important investments - our goal is to provide our clients with as much information as possible to aid informed decision-making. For this reason, we prefer you attend the inspection to look at any issues found during the inspection first-hand and address all of your questions thoroughly.  Inspection times vary from 2.5 - 5+ hours,  depending on the property. Our reports are printed on site if desired; they can also be emailed and faxed on the same day.


Residential Inspection Services is a reconized member of:

  • ASHI (American Society of Home Inspectors)
  • NEHA (National Enviroment Health Association)
  • NRPP (National Radon Profiency Program)
  • AARST (American Association of Radon Scientists and Technologists)

A home inspection is a vital step in the process of buying or selling a home.  Especially in buying, where such a large investment must be decided upon with all available knowledge in such a small amount of time.

The 2 most common reasons homes are inspected are:

  • So the customer can become educated on the inner workings of the home and how to properly maintain it
  • So they can discover current defects and possible future defects that may prove to be extremely costly

Every home has some issues, but most are small maintainence items.  If left alone, small problems can turn into something more substantial.  It is important to find out about these problems and correct them before they become a major expense.

Let us inspect your next home!


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Radon is a colorless, odorless, naturally occurring, radioactive noble gas that is formed from the decay of radium.  Radon is a significant contaminant that affects indoor air quality worldwide. Radon gas from natural sources can accumulate in buildings, especially in confined areas such as the basement and reportedly causes 21,000 lung cancer deaths per year in the United States alone.[1] Radon is the second most frequent cause of lung cancer, after cigarette smoking, and radon-induced lung cancer is thought to be the 6th leading cause of cancer death overall.