About Us

Our role at Accurate Home Inspection is to educate our clients as we evaluate their home.

We strongly encourage all of our clients to accompany our home inspector during the inspection to freely ask all questions and address all concerns.

Your inspector will point out and explain any deficiencies as they are found and point out any postitive points of the the house and how systems work.

Our ultimate goal at Accurate Home Inspection is to provide the highest level of value and quality for our clients. Our highly trained and courteous professionals will act as advocates for our clients presenting unbiased information in an easy to understand, user-friendly format.

We understand that the purchase of your Connecticut home is often the largest and most important financial transaction you or your family will ever make.


  • Structure Components & Basement
  • Common Safety Devices
  • General Interior (ceiling, walls, floors, windows, doors and stairs)
  • General Exterior (roof, gutter, chimney, major drive and walkways, landscaping, flashing checks and porches)
  • Kitchen
  • Bathrooms
  • Laundry Area
  • Attic
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Ventilation and Insulation
  • Heating System
  • Fireplaces and Solid Fuel Burning Appliances
  • Central Cooling
What we Inspect
  • Preliminary Wood Westroying Insect inspection
  • House Bibb Water Pressure Flow Evaluation
  • Radon Testing (water and air)
  • Water Quality Testing
  • Mold Inspection
  • Lead Testing
  • Asbestos Inspection
  • Sellers Disclosure Review
Our Business Practices
  • Honesty in Reporting
  • Avoid and Disclose Conflicts of Interest
  • Treat All Clients with Equality
  • Comply with Connecticut State Law
  • Compley with The Standard of Care of Connecticut Home Inspection Profession
  • A Guide of What Should be Inspected and Reported
  • A Detailed Home Inspection Report
  • Photo Documentation of Deficiencies in the Property