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ShellBurn Inspections adhere to the rigorous Standards of Practice outlined by the American Society of Home Inspectors. The accessible and visible components and systems we inspect include but are not limited to:


  • Roofing & Chimney

  • Foundation, Basement, & Crawlspace

  • Floor, wall, & ceiling structure

  • Coverings, flashing, & trim

  • Doors, windows, siding, & exteriors

  • Grading & surface drainage

  • Plumbing systems & fixtures

  • Electrical system & paneling

  • Heating & cooling system

  • Steps, stairways, & railings

  • Insulation & ventilation

  • Porches, patios & decks (NADRA Certified)

  • Garage & Driveway

  • Built-in kitchen appliances

  • Termite and other Wood Destroying Insect Inspection with State Certificate Issue

  • Gas Inspection

  • Septic and Sewer Inspection

  • Radon Testing

  • We accept Cash, Check, Credit, and Debit

  • Payment at Closing Available




Home Inspectors cannot move personal belongings for liability reasons.  For this reason, please assist us in providing the most thorough and efficient inspection possible by preparing for your home inspection in advance.


  • Seller should have water, gas, electricity and all operable pilot lights turned on

  • Attic access is clear of stored items

  • Crawl space entrances are accessible

  • Water heaters are accessible

  • Furnaces are accessible

  • Sinks, showers, and bathtubs are clear of personal items

  • Built-in appliances are free of stored items and accessible

  • Electrical panels are unlocked and accessible (Electrical sub-panels inside the home are often painted and removing the cover will mar the finish. The seller’s agent should ask the seller to grant permission to the inspector to remove the panel cover to look for safety issues)

  • All areas or items to be inspected are freely accessible

  • Pets are secured, or if unsecured removed from any areas of the property to be inspected

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