A Plus Home Inspections, llc is a sole proprietorship company registered in Rhode Island, offering professional home inspection services in Rhode Island without hidden fees or conflicts of interest of other business services associated with home inspection services.  A Plus Home Inspections is insured and the Home Inspector is ASHI, NACHI, NRPP and NEOWTP certified.

Due to the current Real Estate market, A Plus Home Inspections is a part time home inspection service provider, as with other RI Home Inspection Companies, which provides 99% of Inspections on weekends and holidays.  At times, Monday through Friday is available (please call for weekday availability). 

A professional home inspection typically takes about 2.5 to 3 hours for a single family home.  As additional units are added, additional time is expected.  The typical home inspection service provides the client with an on-site Inspection Report on the day of the inspection and the Radon Test Report is typically available 4-5 business days after the date of the home inspection.  Clients can ask for custom "Limited" home inspections for a lower rate, if required.

What you will find slightly different between my website and my competitors, is that I prefer to keep it more personal than the typical "business model" where as I could have purchased the "generic" home inspection data layout from a company.  You'll understand as you venture forward through my website.

And most of all, thank you for your interest.  But whether you wish to select some other Rhode Island Home Inspector, make sure you feel confident in acquiring a "professional" to perform the home inspection service.  Call around for prices, ask questions as to who will be performing the home inspection, and what is the home inspectors background.  And most important, ask if they are insured.  With "my" home inspection report, you will also receive copies of my certifications and a copy of my insurance bond.  With my years of design and work experience in an engineering background environment, you should never have to ask for these copies.  Those copies are part of my inspection reports.