Choosing a qualified Dayton home inspector or experienced commercial property inspector for your home or commercial property is not an easy task. Besides utilizing a great real estate agent, one of the best steps you can take throughout your real estate experience is hiring a qualified and experienced Dayton home inspector that can help protect your dream from becoming a financial nightmare. You've found the best property at an affordable price. Now it's time to choose a qualified, experienced home inspector... NOT the cheapest! Experience, knowledge, service, and product all have a value... read more about our service pricing, a sampling of the many items inspected for you, and how many of my past clients have honored me with testimonials.
"Bill did a fantastic job, he was the most thorough home inspector I've ever used. This is my fifth home purchase. He caught a major problem with the house's newly installed roof. It ended up being a $12,000 job and we negotiated that amount off of our purchase. The roof inspector we hired found exactly the same problems that Bill noted on his report. The thermal imaging camera is incredible. I will probably have Bill come back and take more shots after I seal the house up, to see where we need help. I would recommend BC Warner to anyone who really wants a complete home inspection. I would use him again."
Jay J. -- Centerville, Ohio
"WOW!!! Now this is what I call a report! Needless to say, I'm impressed. It's going to take me some time to read this thoroughly and digest it. I noticed on your site that you do work all over the area. I'm going to pass your name along to some friends of mine. They invest in properties as a hobby, unlike me! I think they would really find value in reports and work quality like this. Enough rambling. Have a great day, and thank you again for the most impressive inspection I've ever seen."
Bill H. -- Dayton, Ohio
"Mike Holmes ain't got nothin' on you, Bill! Thank you so much for doing such an awesome job on the inspection yesterday. Even our Realtor was impressed with the detail in the report. I honestly enjoyed reading the entire report - I think I went to bed at 3am and finally had to stop reading! Is that normal? Haha. We are going to sit down with [our Realtor] and discuss some things that we want them to fix. Brian and I have a few questions for you - when would be a good time to call you?
Thank so much again - and for rushing that report to us, we really appreciate it. If we don't end up with going through with this house, you can rest assured that we'll be calling you again, I'm sure! Also, I'm going to leave positive feedback on Angie's List as well as passing your name along to friends."
Collette & Brian S. -- Centerville, Ohio
"I appreciate the thoroughness that you put into your inspections. It's clear to me that the inspections are for the education of the buyer not just now, but as a homeowner going forward. I don't think that the realtors have the same understanding and appreciation for your work. They seem to think it necessary to talk me off a ledge when they see so many things listed in the report. Frankly, I understand why they're worried whenever they see a report that doesn't just say, "It's an awesome house! Don't think! Buy it right away!" But don't change what you do, or how you do it. You provide a quality service that produces a product that is usable to well after we would buy the house."
Tom E. -- Beavercreek, Ohio
"Hello Bill, I have received and reviewed this report. Wow... thank you! This has been very helpful to me. You have been great to work with. I will contact you when the work is complete and have you stop back by to check it out."
Keesha E. -- Dayton, Ohio
"Bill completed a home inspection for me before obtaining a mortgage. He was very thorough. There were many things he found and pointed out that I would have never thought to look at. He provided me with an in-depth report that same evening after he completed the inspection. He provided lots of photos to make it even easier to see why certain items were a concern. He even added a couple of thermal imaging photos which were unexpected and very neat. He explained things in person with me afterwards and took me to certain items to physically show me some concerns. I highly recommend Bill and will put my name behind his work."
Eric S. -- Troy, Ohio
"Hey Bill!! First of all, I want to say you did an excellent job presenting me with all the problems in the house. I discussed the results with some contractors and they had a number of concerns. I also looked up what meets and does not meet minimum property requirements for a VA loan, and unlike what my real estate agent described there are a number of things that the seller is responsible for before the VA appraiser will sign off on it. Again, thank you for clearly pointing out all of the problems within the house. Being a first time home buyer, I was unaware of these issues and my stipulations for getting a VA loan. Luckily, the requirements to get a VA loan protect me from myself! I tallied up all the fixes that he assessed NEEDED to be done, and it was estimated to be about 30K. That and the research of my VA loan rights made me rethink my DIY mentality! Your thorough inspection of the property informed me of all of the issues with the house and enabled me to make an informed decision on what course of action I needed to take. Thanks for the good work!"
Lloyd H. -- Oakwood, Ohio
"It was pleasure to have met you and have the opportunity to work with you. I would like to thank you for the inspection report. This is the level of professionalism that I was expecting, and I thank you for delivering it."
Marieta, B. -- Dayton, Ohio
"Bill, Thanks for the great home inspection and advice. I feel fortunate to have used your company. The report is very detailed and thorough. Sincerely,"
Krista S. -- Greenville, Ohio
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