A Residential Inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property performed by a Certified Professional Inspector. This inspection is performed to standards as prescribed by the InterNational Association of Certified Home Inspectors’ Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics as well as Highgate Home Inspections' professionalism and quality of service.
Selling a home? We can inspect before you list it. Highgate Home Inspections offers Move-In Certified® Seller Inspections.
Baltimore City Rental
All residential rental units in Baltimore City are required to be registered, licensed, and inspected. This is to, “ensure that they meet basic safety and maintenance requirements.” As of 2018 August 1, a new law took effect requiring that all rental properties; including one, two, and multi-family dwellings, must be licensed in order to operate as rental properties. To obtain a rental license from the Department of Housing and Community Development properties must be inspected by a State Licensed, Baltimore City registered Home Inspector. Highgate Home Inspections, LLC is a State Licensed, Baltimore City registered, home inspection business. We offer competitive rates for rental property inspections and discounts for multiple units inspected at the same location on the same day. Re-inspections are included in the cost of an inspection.
Baltimore County Rental
If you own and intend to rent a dwelling of six units or less, including Section 8 and Baltimore Regional Housing Partnership assisted properties, each init must be inspected by a State Licensed home inspector. Highgate Home Inspections, LLC is a State Licensed home inspection business. We offer competitive rates for rental property inspections in Baltimore County. Re-inspections are included in the cost of an inspection. Discounts are available for each unit after the first unit inspected at the same location on the same day.
From the very first day that you move into a home it begins a new life of its own. Your home changes in response to its new occupants and how they live their lives: different furniture, new carpeting, draps, blinds, paint and more are what make your home yours. These alterations, as well as general aging and wear,
A Home Maintenance Inspection, performed annually, should be a part of your home maintenance plan. A certified home inspector will perform a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of your home much like the inspection that was performed during the purchase of your home.
We will evaluate all major systems of the home, including plumbing, heating, electrical, HVAC, and structural. We will help you keep your home in good condition and prevent it from suffering from serious, long-term and expensive damage from minor issues that should be addressed now. Let's keep your home in great shape together!