Even Our Home Inspection Tools Are Profound
We use state-of-the-art tools during inspections if we feel the need for that specific tool is needed.
A home inspector carries a lot of tools to inspect a home. Some inspectors carry the tools on a tool belt, and some use a tool bag. Home inspections are not invasive and are a “visual” inspection of the property. Home inspectors could only carry a flashlight and a circuit tester if they choose and still be within the standards of practice set forth by industry standards.
There are many tools available for home inspectors to help diagnose the home. From infrared cameras to pin-less moisture meters.
Profound Home Inspections made the choice to go above and beyond all industry standards. We use state-of-the-art tools during inspections if we feel the need for that specific tool is needed.
Below is a short list of some of the tools we carry and will use if we feel the need is appropriate.
Combustible Gas Leak Detector
FLIR Infrared Camera (IR)
Surveymaster Protimeter (Moisture Meter)
Home Inspections With A Drone
Tramex Wet Wall Detector
Providing Peace of Mind the Profound Inspections Way
We get asked why it takes us so long on a home inspection. Profound Home Inspections schedules all inspections at a minimum of 3 hours. For a home inspection to be completed in an hour or so is very hard to believe. Profound Home inspections will only allow 2 inspections to be scheduled on any day. We feel giving the clients are best at every inspection is our purpose, and that cannot be done by scheduling more than 2 a day.
When choosing a home inspector, do your research! Call them and speak with them. Ask them questions. Are they certified? What SOP do they follow? What national organization are they with? How long does the home inspection take? What tools do they use? Google the inspection company. Look at their reviews from the community. Do NOT rely on an inspector from your Real Estate agent. Look, there are great agents in the Wichita area and there are bad. The purchase of a home is a big investment in life. Please, do your research before you chose an inspection company. One thing I believe is a good indicator of how well the company will inspect your potential home is by a past report. Ask them for sample report that is recent (a week or two). Most if not all inspectors will be able to provide this to you very easily. Look at their website! If they are proud of the inspection report that they deliver, the sample reports will be available for you to view. If the company will not provide you with a past (recent) report, keep looking for another inspector. You can view our sample reports on this site or just click here.