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Create Efficient Reports Without Compromising Any Details


If you're a home inspector, this checklist will help you create multiple inspection reports in a more efficient way and prevent you from reinventing the wheel every time you have to write a new one.

The home inspector checklist

The Checklist Includes

  • Dwelling Exterior
  • Roof
  • Access Points
  • Groundworks
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Thermal Envelope
  • Fireplaces and Chimneys
  • Heating
  • Cooling Systems
  • Utilities
  • Other

Dwelling Exterior

It covers all the elements of the property's front, sides, rear, and surrounding area.


The less you walk around up there, the better for the roof and the safer for you. In this section, you will find which roof elements to inspect.

Access Points

Have better visibility of all access points of the property to be inspected.


Help provide key insights into the home's construction, as well as a chance to prevent costly repairs later on.


Visual inspection of all water and sewer fitting items that you need to inspect for leaks or signs of leakage.


Provide a thorough examination of the entire electrical system, ensuring all electrical wires, systems, and components (such as appliances) meet legal safety standards.

Thermal Envelope

Elements you need to inspect in order to identify issues, test for moisture, perform thermal scans, and inspect air barrier and exterior wall details to determine the cause of moisture and air leakage issues.

Fireplaces and Chimneys

To figure out if these parts of the house need cleaning or if there's visual damage.


Visually inspect thse systems and note any superficial issues with age or performance.

Cooling System

Visually inspect these systems to note any superficial issues with age or performance.


Here you'll find all the other utilities that must be inspected.


Find other major property elements that must be included in your inspection report, plus many others that your client will appreciate.