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Our Services

At Pinnacle Home Inspections, we provide comprehensive, quality inspections for sellers, buyers, and real estate investors. Our inspection services are thorough, transparent, and designed to ensure peace of mind and to identify potential issues before they have a negative impact on your family or finances. We service all of Central and Northern Michigan, maintaining high service standards that have helped us earn a multitude of 5 star reviews.


Home Buyer's Inspection

Our comprehensive inspection report involves a 400+ checklist of items in the home that may affect safety, functionality, and ability to be insured. The inspection is performed from rooftop all the way down to foundation and identifies any issues that may be important for you to know as a home buyer. You will receive an emailed inspection report within 24 hours detailing the condition of the home.


Buyer’s Inspections are designed to identify any issues that may concern the home buyer. Our comprehensive buyer’s inspections cover the following: 

  • Roof

  • Exterior conditions / Surface Grading / Grading

  • Electrical Systems

  • Plumbing

  • Ventilation and Insulation

  • Attics / Basements / Crawlspaces

  • Foundation / Slabs / Floors / Walls / Ceilings

  • Heating and Cooling Systems

  • Garage / Driveway / Walkways


Home Inspection for Sellers

If you plan to list your home for sale, a pre-listing inspection is a great investment and there are many advantages to getting ahead of the game by taking care of this step beforehand. 


Seller’s (Pre-listing) Inspections are designed to identify any issues that may be of concern to potential buyers. Benefits of pre-listing inspections include:

  • Make your home memorable by having the inspection report available for prospective buyers to view at showings. This demonstrates transparency and confidence in the home you are selling.

  • Have the ability to make repairs to the home on your terms! Many home inspectors will recommend a qualified professional to repair defects found in the home. If you are handy, you may be able to make those repairs yourself or hire someone on your terms, saving you money. We can even schedule a time to check items that have been repaired to update the home’s report.

  • A buyer may choose to forego their own inspection, speeding up the time until closing.

  • Avoid inspection surprises after going under contract. The buyer is on a deadline to make a decision, and negotiations go back and forth. Give them less reason to withdraw from the contract based on inspection items.


Has your roof began to show signs of age and neglect? If so, it is probably time to schedule a professional roofing inspection to avoid expensive repairs or major damage to your property.


There are many substances that can be found in tap water that can be harmful to yourself and your family. Water quality testing is the only way to know what is in your tap water.


Our mold testing procedures involve different ways to detect and identify the types of mold and their levels in order to protect your investment.

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