At Ground Zero Home Inspection, we offer comprehensive home inspections that are primarily based on the size of the property, specifically, the square footage. This approach provides a fair and transparent pricing structure, eliminating unexpected costs. Our rates start at just $0.15 per square foot, ensuring our services remain affordable without compromising on the quality and detail of our inspections. Our expert inspectors meticulously examine every corner of your property, providing you with a detailed report to help you make informed decisions about your investment. Trust Ground Zero Home Inspection for thorough and cost-effective home inspection services.

When considering a property, it is crucial to ensure its safety and suitability. Therefore, it is highly recommended that you ask your real estate agent to arrange for a radon, air quality, and water test. These tests are critical in identifying potential hazards that may affect your health or increase your maintenance costs in the future. At Ground Zero Home Inspection, we offer these services at no additional cost within our home inspections. We believe in providing comprehensive information to help you make an informed decision about your investment.


Inspections from the ground up

At Ground Zero Home Inspection, we take pride in delivering the best services in home residential inspections. With a team of experienced and certified home inspectors, we ensure that your property is thoroughly assessed and evaluated, guaranteeing your peace of mind and security. Our commitment to quality and precision has made us a trusted choice for home inspections.

We understand that time is of the essence, especially when it comes to real estate transactions. That’s why we commit to delivering your finished report within 24 hours after the inspection. Our detailed and comprehensive reports provide you with all the information you need to make informed decisions about property purchases or maintenance.

In addition to providing top-notch home inspections, we also excel in working with both for-sale by owners and real estate agents. Our home inspector professionals understand the unique requirements and challenges faced by both parties, and we strive to provide a seamless, efficient experience. Whether you are selling your home or assisting customers in finding their dream house, Ground Zero Home Inspection is here to ensure the property lives up to all expectations. Trust us for the best services in home inspections, where quality assurance is our priority.

We also believe that a visual inspection should also include health-related inspections like Radon, Water, Mold, and Air quality test per the client’s request.  We can also provide additional services like thermal imaging, sewer scope inspection, and drone inspections.

  • Home Inspection Standards of Practice
  • Thermal Images/Videos
  • 360° Drone Images
  • 360° Virtual Tour
  • Water Sample Tests & Pulled County Water Report
  • Reporting Support
  • 24/7 Access to your online CRM
  • Air Quality Tests
  • Radon Tests
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Why Ground Zero Home Inspections?

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Engaging in Home Inspections prior to purchasing a property is a highly recommended exercise for all prospective homeowners. Home inspections, when performed by a professional Home Inspector, can yield invaluable insights into the condition of the property. These insights can be crucial in determining the real value of the property and planning future maintenance or renovation projects.

A skilled Home Inspector offers the best services by thoroughly scrutinizing different areas of the home, including the structure, systems, and fixtures. They can identify potential issues such as faulty wiring, plumbing deficiencies, structural damage or weaknesses, and other problems that may not be readily visible to an untrained eye. By identifying these issues in advance, homeowners can negotiate repairs or price adjustments with the seller before finalizing the purchase.

Moreover, home inspections are relatively low-cost compared to the potential cost of repairs or replacements that may be needed after buying the house. For just a fraction of the cost of your investment, you can gain a detailed understanding of the property’s condition and prioritize your budget accordingly. In essence, a home inspection is not just an expense but a smart investment towards securing your future home’s longevity and value. Therefore, everyone looking to buy a home should consider getting a home inspection for their peace of mind and financial security.

A home inspection is a visual examination of the home’s major structure, systems, and components that are visible and safely accessible. The inspector should substantially adhere to standards of practice that outline what should be covered during a general home inspection, as well as what is excluded.

Buying a home is typically the biggest investment you will ever make, so it’s important to get a home inspection because the inspector should be able to discover and document defects that may or may not be obvious to you as a prospective buyer. Such defects can range from simple replacements or repairs to severe damage or safety and health concerns. Additionally, most mortgage companies require a home inspection on a property before approving the home loan.

Ground Zero Home Inspections is not just a typical home inspection service. Our commitment to the well-being of the families we serve sets us apart in the industry. Beyond the standard home inspection, we prioritize the health and safety of your family by including comprehensive radon, water quality, and air quality tests at absolutely no additional cost. Our team of dedicated home inspectors ensures that your new home is not only structurally sound but also a safe environment for you and your loved ones to thrive in.

Ground Zero Home Inspections offers the best services in the home inspection industry, providing you with the most cost-effective approach to securing a new home. Hiring our expert home inspectors means investing in peace of mind knowing that your dream home won’t turn into a nightmare due to undetected hazards. With Ground Zero Home Inspections, you are not just getting a home inspector; you are partnering with a team that puts your family’s health and safety at the forefront of everything we do. Trust us to deliver comprehensive, cost-effective, and caring home inspections.

Additional Safety Inspections:

Radon Tests: This is an odorless, invisible, radioactive gas naturally released from rocks, soil, and water. Radon can get into homes and buildings through small cracks or holes and build up in the air. Over time, breathing in high levels of radon can cause lung cancer.

Water Tests: All private wells use ground water. If polluted groundwater is consumed, it could cause illness. Groundwater pollution can be caused by seepage through landfills, failed septic tanks, underground fuel tanks, fertilizers and pesticides, and runoff from urban areas.  It is important that private groundwater wells are checked regularly to ensure that the water is safe for drinking.

Air Quality Test: The EPA has identified six pollutants as “criteria” air pollutants because it regulates them by developing human health-based and/or environmentally-based criteria (science-based guidelines) for setting permissible levels. These six pollutants are carbon monoxide, lead, nitrogen oxides, ground-level ozone, particle pollution (often referred to as particulate matter), and sulfur oxides.

Ground Zero Home Inspections is dedicated to offering the best services that are completely client-centric, ensuring each homeowner has complete knowledge about their property. As an industry-leading Home Inspector, we take pride in our comprehensive and detailed approach to Home Inspections. Each inspection report is custom-tailored to accurately reflect the unique aspects of the home under scrutiny, providing a clear and thorough picture of the home’s condition.

When you choose Ground Zero for your Home Inspections, you are guaranteed a detailed report that goes beyond a basic evaluation. Our Home Inspector delves deeper, providing additional readings and insights that will not only help you understand the current status of your home but will also guide you in maintaining it effectively in the future. This detailed information, which includes everything from structural integrity to potential safety concerns, is a testament to our commitment to provide the best services in home inspection. Our goal is to equip homeowners with an in-depth understanding of their property, allowing them to make well-informed decisions about their investment.

Depending on the home’s age, size, and location, as well as the home inspector’s own work protocols and ethics, your home inspection may take up to three hours. Adding square footage, outbuildings, and/or ancillary services (such as mold or radon testing) will increase that time. It may be necessary for your inspector to bring in a helper for a very large property. If your general home inspection takes significantly less than two to three hours, it may indicate that the inspector was not thorough enough.

The process of buying or selling a home typically involves a home inspection to ensure the property is in good condition and to avoid any unexpected issues or costs. This is a critical part of the real estate transaction, and being able to fully understand the information provided in the home inspection report is paramount to making an informed decision. However, language barriers can often pose a significant challenge for those involved in such transactions.

Recognizing this challenge, it is important to note that you have the right to an interpreter. This right guarantees your ability to comprehend the home inspection information in a language that you are comfortable with. The communication between you and the home inspector doesn’t have to be limited by language barriers. An interpreter can be provided to facilitate effective communication, ensuring you fully understand the details and implications of the home inspection.

In addition, this right extends beyond oral communication. It also includes the translation or interpretation of vital documents related to the home inspection. For example, the detailed report generated by the inspector, contracts, disclosures, and other essential paperwork can all be translated in your preferred language.

Most importantly, these services are offered at no cost to you. The goal is to ensure you are not at a disadvantage because of language differences and to secure your rights as a consumer. This provision underscores the value placed on fairness, inclusivity, and equal access in real estate transactions.

In conclusion, your right to an interpreter during a home inspection is a significant one that can greatly enhance your understanding and experience of the process. It ensures that everyone, regardless of their language proficiency, has equal access to information and can make informed decisions about their property investments.


We do more than home inspections... Included in our inspections.

Home Inspection

A full home inspection that examines the home’s major structure, systems, and components that are visible and safely accessible.

Water Test

What you bathe in and drink can have huge implications on your health especially if your well is unregulated.  Let us test your drinking water and provide a solution for a healthier family.


All of our reports include thermal images/videos to enhance our visual inspection.


A full radon test that measures the home’s radon levels.  Radon-associated lung cancer can be prevented by limiting exposure to radon in indoor air.


Unique reporting that is easy to follow and understand.  You should never feel lost in your inspection report.  We have programmed our reports so our clients do not have to struggle to find what they are looking for.


Client CRM is a unique way for our clients to download their reports whenever they want.  No more looking for emails of the report.  Simply log in and download it at any time.

Air Quality

The EPA has identified six pollutants as “criteria” air pollutants because it regulates them by developing human health-based and/or environmentally-based criteria.

Drone 360°

If requested, your home inspection can include a drone 360° images of the surrounding neighborhood from above your home at 200′.  This would allow you to see the neighborhood from a birds-eye view.

Virtual Tours

Sometimes investors can’t make it to the property.  We provided a simple all-in-one solution with a video 360°; which will help you visualize the home/building as if you were there during the inspection.


There are a few ways to schedule your home inspection.  First and foremost, your home is one of the biggest investments.  We’ve put together several ways to get you on our schedule.