Every home has a story.
We are here to help your new home tell you that story. At Norway Hill Home Inspections we listen. Not only do we listen to your wants and needs in a new home. We also listen to the story that your new home is trying to tell. We then communicate that story into a detailed written report that will help you understand your new homes, needs, and wants.
Together we will take the time to understand and evaluate the accessible systems and components.
We will do our best to answer all your questions on site, and if you happen to stump us on a site, we will find the answer to your question as soon as possible.
Kurt and his team from the office staff scheduling appointments to the inspection team are fantastic. Highly Recommended for anyone buying or thinking about selling there home.-D.K., Windsor CT, February 2017
Kurtis was incredibly friendly, helpful, and knowledgeable throughout our entire home inspection! I would absolutely recommend him to anyone needing a through home inspection.- A.D., Natick MA, April 2016
I actually enjoyed spending the morning at the house on the day of the inspection. I got to look around at all of the small items that might need repair or replacement. Luckily, Kurt was there to answer all of my questions!- B.M., Hancock NH, May 2016
Areas of Concern
If our inspection discovers areas that might be a concern we will recommend further evaluations by the appropriate profession.
Reports can often be delivered the same day, but will certainly be delivered within 24 hours after the completion of the inspection.
We will provide you with a truthful, unbiased report on the condition of the various components and systems of your home.
Our comprehensive report will provide details and photos of areas we feel need further evaluation or upcoming maintenance.
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