The Home Inspection Company, Inc.

The Best Home Inspectors in Sarasota, FL

Amazing State of the Art Inspections

Here at The Home Inspection Company Inc., we are dedicated to making sure our clients fully understand the condition of their new home long before they move in. Schedule your Home inspection in Sarasota now! Serving Bradenton, Lakewood Ranch, Sarasota, Venice, Parrish & Tampa, Florida


Expert Inspections

Certified and licensed Sarasota home inspectors. We use the latest inspection techniques and equipment.

Same Day Reports

Get your home inspection reports on the same day.

120-Day Warranty

Not satisfied with our home inspection? We will give you a refund AND pay for a Sarasota home inspector of your choice.

Quality Home Inspection Services in Sarasota, FL

We provide complete full home inspections, including:

Electrical System Inspections

Most homes today depend on several sophisticated functioning electrical systems. Over time, these electrical systems may fail or become faulty. These aging electrical systems have the potential to give way to electrical fires when left untreated. Our home inspectors inspect and asses all home electrical systems, including grounding equipment and the main current.

Roof Inspections

Our Sarasota home inspectors will thoroughly assess the components of a roof structure, including; the drainage system, roof penetrations, roof attachments, roof covering, chimneys, skylights, and more. We will look diligently to uncover any potential leaks or damages that may warrant a roof replacement in the future.

Plumbing System Inspections

Our home inspections pay close attention to the quality and state of a building’s plumbing system. We thoroughly assess all plumbing fittings and fixtures to ensure they are attached correctly to mitigate potential water leaks or floods. Our inspection includes identifying any potential water leaks, then taking the necessary steps to stop them. Also included in our plumbing system Sarasota inspection is the assessment of piping materials, vent systems, interior drains, water flow, and any other auxiliary parts of the plumbing system.

Structural Inspections

Our Sarasota inspections assess the interior and exterior structural integrity of your home. Our inspectors will assess the foundations, columns, roof structure, floors, and more. Any areas for concern will be noted, followed by our professional recommendations.

Pre-listing home inspection

If you plan on selling your home or property, a Sarasota home inspection before listing it for sale will ensure that your home is in its best condition. Listing a home in superior condition will help you sell your home for the best market price. Before deciding to list your home for sale, we will conduct a Sarasota pre-listing home inspection to determine any potential areas or systems that need improvement before being sold.

Home Buyers Home Inspection

Prior to buying a home in Sarasota, FL, a professional home inspector should assess the property. Hiring an inspector will help you identify any potential damages, urgent repairs, or structural problems that may be present in your home. With a better understanding of the state and condition of your home, you will be in a better position to make a reasonable offer. While many home sellers hire a home inspector before listing their home for sale, it is recommended to hire an independent Sarasota home inspector before continuing the purchase of the home.

Additional Home Inspection Services Include:


Sarasota Best Home Inspectors

Our Home inspectors in Sarasota are fully licensed, qualified, and certified. We use the latest inspection techniques and equipment while meeting or exceeding ASHI’s high standards of practice. We understand the significance of purchasing or selling properties and the implications that might arise if an inadequate home inspection is performed. Failure to have a professional home inspector could potentially result in thousands of dollars lost, injury, or structural problems later.

We will provide home inspection services that are sure to address the integrity and condition of your Sarasota home, all while delivering same-day reports. Our reports include vital information supported by thermal imaging, photos, and other resources to ensure the best possible home inspection.

State of the Art Drone Technology

All roofs are inspected using drone technology, providing amazing high-definition pictures and video. Every part of every roof is now inspected like never before!

Thermal Imaging Services

Are you tired of exorbitant heating and cooling bills? Many people don’t realize that their home isn’t nearly as efficient as they might suspect. It’s simple: if your home is leaking hot or cold air, you’re losing money. Depend on us to locate any leaks using thermal imaging technology. With this knowledge, you’ll be able to lower your energy bills!

What is Thermal Imaging?

Thermal imaging is a remarkable new technology in the world of home inspections. Its many beneficial applications allow the process to provide information that previously could only be obtained by intrusive measures, if at all.

With the use of our FLIR thermal imaging camera, we can locate and document, in the form of a digital thermal image, exactly where heat or cooling loss is occurring. This is completed on a room-by-room basis to ensure that every leak is found. We can also step outside and thermally scan your entire house.

Benefits of Our Thermal Imaging Services

Detecting and pinpointing leaks in sub-floor radiant heat systems, allowing for repairs with minimal damage to the floor.

Detecting insulation voids in finished wall and ceiling cavities allowing for precise, accurate repairs that result in maximum energy efficiency and comfort.

Before thermal imaging, this would not have been possible without the removal of drywall and other wall coverings. We also apply thermal imaging upon completion of wall cavity insulation work to ensure the job is done right.

Detecting moisture and potential mold growth within the finished wall or ceiling cavities.
Detecting overheating electrical wires within finished walls and/or circuit breakers within the main panel.