Meticulous Home Inspection has been in business since 2005 and has performed thousands and thousands of home and building inspections on Long Island and in the five boroughs of New York City. From the foundation to the roof, and all the major systems in between, trust the inspection company that will provide a clear picture of the status of your new place of residence.
The president of Meticulous Home Inspection of Long Island has performed major foundation repairs, roofing and framing, complete re-wiring of homes, replacement of plumbing and hot water systems, load-bearing wall removal and re-support, oil-fired boiler installations, window and door installations, skylight installations, flooring, tile and glass block work, custom built staircases, and many other repairs and upgrades. Our inspectors have hands-on background in construction that cannot be underestimated when it comes to home inspection. This is the cornerstone of Meticulous Home Inspection of Long Island.
Moreover, home inspectors In New York State are required to receive continuing education credits at officially sanctioned educational seminars. Home inspectors cannot keep this license without getting the required continuing education credits every year. The president of Meticulous Home Inspection Corp. attends these classes annually. Our New York State license number is 16000008857.
We bring a separate wood-destroying-insect inspector who treats homes and businesses daily for termites, carpenter ants, carpenter bees, and powder post beetles. There are some Long Island home inspectors that advertise “free termite inspection” with their home inspections, but without an Applicator’s license, home inspectors cannot apply pesticides, treat for carpenter ants, nor install bait stations. We bring a full service termite contractor that can actually treat your Long Island home for these and other wood destroying insects after the inspector/inspectors finish their job.
We realize that purchasing a home can be a stressful experience. Meticulous Home Inspection Corp. does not use a generic check-list report. Our inspection reports are written in full narrative form, and we include digital photos of key areas of the inspection. These reports, typically 30-plus pages are broken down into 33 separate headings for a report that is easy to digest. Meticulous Home Inspection Corp. also includes many digital photographs to highlight the various deficiencies found during a typical home inspection.
Meticulous Home Inspection Corp. has the skills and background to properly inspect your new home that many home inspectors do not possess, and we know how to properly relay this information to any buyer. After the inspection ends, we are always available for consultation regarding any questions or concerns you may have on your new home.