About Us

Over 13 years in business with over 1000 homes inspected.

 Whether you’re looking to buy a new home, or you’re trying to sell your current one, A Point of View Home Inspection is ready to work with you. I know buying a home is the biggest investment most people make in their lifetime, Let A Point of View put your mind at ease.  I will personally inspect over a hundred different items in your home,  If you want to work with the best Home Inspection Service in Glens Falls, look no further. 

What is a Home Inspector?

  A Home Inspector must be a highly skilled generalist with a good working knowledge of how a house is put together and how the house and its components interact with one another. The Home Inspector educates the client about the house. Your personalized inspection report  includes cosmetic and maintenance information. This serves to introduce a Home Buyer to the home. A professional Home Inspector must be able to diagnose a problem in a house, based on what can be detected from a visual inspection. Which can range from an obvious roofing problem to a not so obvious electrical problem. Only normal operating devices will be used to activate the systems within the house. The Home Inspector concludes the inspection with a computer generated report emailed to the customer. 

Should I attend the inspection?


The reason we strongly recommend you attend is because you will be able to follow the inspector around and visually learn about the condition of your house, how the various systems operate and how to properly maintain them.  You will also have a better understanding of the contents of the report if you are able to see it from the home inspector's perspective and can ask questions as they arise.

1. Limits the number of surprises you may discover when you move into your new home.

2. Reveals the need for repairs or replacements to the home and or components

before you buy.

3. Provides you with invaluable details about your new home including location of shut off valves, where utilities are located, and general house operation.

4. Reduces the number of contingencies in a sale agreement, which makes closing easier.