Terms and Conditions
We will perform a visual inspection of the home/building and provide you with a written report identifying the defects that we (1) observed and (2) deemed material.
Unless otherwise noted in this Agreement or not possible, we will perform the inspection in accordance with the current Standards of Practice (SOP) of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (“InterNACHI”), posted at If your jurisdiction has adopted mandatory standards that differ from InterNACHI’s SOP, we will perform the inspection in accordance with your jurisdiction’s standards. You understand that InterNACHI’s SOP contains limitations, exceptions, and exclusions. You understand that InterNACHI is not a party to this Agreement, has no control over us, and does not employ or supervise us.
Unless otherwise indicated in writing, we will NOT test for the presence of radon, a harmful gas. Unless otherwise indicated in writing, we will not test for mold. Unless otherwise indicated in writing, we will not test for compliance with applicable building codes or for the presence of or for any potential dangers arising from the presence of asbestos, lead paint, soil contamination, or other environmental hazards or violations. If any structure you want us to inspect is a log structure or includes log construction, you understand that such structures have unique characteristics that may make it impossible for us to inspect and evaluate them. Therefore, the scope of our inspection will not include decay of the interior of logs in log walls, log foundations or roofs, or similar defects.
Our inspection and report are for your use only. You give us permission to discuss our observations with real estate agents, owners, repair persons, or other interested parties. You will be the sole owner of the report and all rights to it. We are not responsible for use or misinterpretation by third parties, and third parties who rely on it in any way do so at their own risk and release us (including employees and business entities) from any liability whatsoever. If you or any person acting on your behalf provide the report to a third party who then sues you and/or us, you release us from any liability and agree to pay our costs and legal fees in defending any action naming us. Our inspection and report are in no way a guarantee or warranty, express or implied, regarding the future use, operability, habitability or suitability of the home/building or its components. We disclaim all warranties, express or implied, to the fullest extent allowed by law.
OnBoard Home Inspections
Your Home Inspection Service
Our OnBoard Inspection Company's mission is to provide the highest-quality inspections in ALL of Georgia. A home inspection will help you learn as much as you can about the property you are considering buying in an effort to help you make a more informed decision as a buyer. We succeed at this because of the integrity of our inspectors and support staff, our commitment to being respectful and considerate of our clients and of each other, and our passion for Continuing Education for learning the newest innovations of our industry.
Without a doubt, OnBoard Home Inspections understands that investing in a home is one of the most exciting times of your life. An excellent home inspection will significantly help you learn more about the future home you are considering buying. As it is difficult to make a right decision when you are excited about purchasing a new home with an ideal location, style, and setting, OnBoard Home Inspections will gladly help you make a more informed decision about the home at hand. It is hard to imagine that even newly built homes can have defects that can compromise your family's safety. Our priority at OnBoard Home Inspections is to inspect each home with sincere care as if it were our own home by utilizing strategic efficiency, and systematic thoroughness so we can explain our findings clearly at an affordable price.
Having InterNACHI Certification, unlike other home inspection associations, front-ends many of its certification requirements and requires that it's members take many courses and examinations after joining. Here at OnBoard Home Inspections, all of our certified members must fulfill certification requirements before they can become certified. Other associations have few or no entrance requirements, and encourage their members and associates to go out and perform hundreds of unqualified inspections for poor, unsuspecting consumers.