Inspections Plus, Inc.
About this pro
Reason for inspection
Tony was great to work with. Very thorough with his inspection and walk-through. Left with confidence in knowing the positives and negatives to the home I'm buying.Jun 1, 2017Verified
Professional and fast response. Very thorough and provided an excellent finished report.May 8, 2017Verified
Keith is awesome. He worked on every single details of the inspection.Mar 29, 2017Verified
Tony was very professional, accommodating and trustworthy. We had a family emergency come up just as he showed up to do our inspection. He was kind enough to do the inspection anyway while we took care of our emergency.Mar 2, 2017Verified
Very responsive to customer needs. Affordable and thorough. Tony and Todd bent over backwards (not to mention fast turnaround) to get us information and analysis relating to the requested home inspection. Great guys to chat with on this topic too. Highly recommend.Jan 27, 2017Verified
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- What should the customer know about your pricing (e.g., discounts, fees)?The price you see is the price you can expect. All our pricing is listed on the website and there are never any hidden fees. Once you have scheduled an appointment with us through the website or over the phone we will send out an email confirmation with the price listed so there are no surprises.
- What is your typical process for working with a new customer?Every customer and every property is different. It is crucial to us that we know as much about the property and our customers concerns as possible. There is a place on our scheduling questionnaire that gives every customer a chance to explain any special concerns they may have.
- What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?All inspectors are NACHI certified that work with Inspections Plus. However, that certification is fairly easy to get. In addition to certification we all come with construction background and have years of on the job training in construction. MN does not regulate the inspection industry so I am always encouraging people to please ask "Why are you an inspector?" when choosing in this industry.