I take report writing seriously at Beacon Street.  The documentation used by Beacon Street goes above and beyond those requirements set by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.  I want to provide my clients with the best possible report available in the field of home inspection.  That is why I have partnered with the industry-leader in home inspection report production software.  Beacon Street uses this state of the art software to generate a report that captures and conveys a clear description of what I’ve found with any problem areas noted, so you can easily identify them.   No hand-written, checklist reports.  Broken into easily understandable segments, your Beacon Street report is supported by rich photo-documentation, illustrated drawings and insightful analysis. 

I understand how crucial the immediate results of your home inspection are to you; my wife and I have purchased and sold several homes over the years – I’ve been where you are right now.  That is why the report is available via email, typically within 24 hours.  The report is a rich, interactive document that works on several levels.  The information is organized in such a way that items of potential concern are addressed right up front in a non-biased, professional manner.  In addition, the document stands to enrich your long-term understanding of the home through illustrated drawings and hyper links that provide you additional levels of insight regarding the many systems and components that your home contains.  This report is yours to keep; what’s more Beacon Street will professionally print and bind this report and mail it out to you so you’ll have a bound copy on hand down the road.

Every inspection is a complete and thorough analysis of all the major systems and components in the home.  I work for you, and no one else.   And, as always, I am available after your home inspection for free phone consultations.  Unlike other inspection companies, when you call Beacon Street you don’t get an answering service or an administrator, you’ll get me.


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