Yes Home Inspections LLC makes homebuying easier by providing comprehensive home inspection services in Macomb County, Michigan and the surrounding areas. We welcome our clients to attend their inspection to see their prospective home in greater detail, following along with our certified inspector and freely asking any questions that may come up. We follow ASHI’s exemplary Standard of Practice so that you can be absolutely certain that you’re receiving the highest quality service.

Buyer’s Inspection

This detail-oriented inspection of a home will reveal the condition of the property’s visible and readily accessible areas. When the inspection is complete, we’ll send you an itemized report of our findings within 24 hours that includes helpful photographs and videos to highlight pertinent details and to better explain any complicated issues. After you’ve received your report, we encourage you to call us with any additional questions—it’s our goal to leave you as knowledgeable as possible about the home that you’re considering.

 The inspection includes the following components:

  • Roofing System
  • Foundation & Crawl Space
  • Basement
  • Structural Components
  • Driveways & Walkways
  • Deck
  • Garage
  • Exterior (doors, windows, cladding, soffits, fascias)
  • Fireplace & Chimney
  • Interior (doors, windows, walls, floors, ceilings, stairs)
  • Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation
  • Electrical System
  • Plumbing System
  • Heating & Air Conditioning Systems
  • Built-in Appliances

For damaged or inaccessible roofing systems, a Spectoscope will be used at no extra cost to thoroughly inspect the roof as planned. A moisture meter may also be used in certain areas of the home to check for potential moisture intrusion.

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We also offer these home inspection services:

Pre-Listing Inspection

This inspection is a thorough evaluation of a home that a client intends to put on the market in the near future. We’ll thoroughly examine most areas of the home, looking for any defective components or safety hazards that both the seller and any prospective buyers should be aware of. This will give you an opportunity to make repairs before the home is shown if necessary, and you’ll also be able to keep buyers informed, improving trust during negotiations.

New Construction Inspection

When construction begins to draw to a close on a new home, it’s important for the homeowner to have confidence in the integrity of the structure and the safe operation of any installed mechanical systems. This inspection should be scheduled before the builder’s final walkthrough, giving us a chance to make sure that everything is in good condition before you move in to the home and while the contractors are still readily available for repairs.

New Construction Phase Inspections

This inspection is designed to place several times over the course of construction on a new home to ensure that there are no oversights and that no defective materials are used. With this knowledge, homebuyers are able to have confidence and peace of mind with their investment. The inspection is performed at three phases of construction: pre-concrete pour, pre-drywall installation, and one final time before the builder’s final walkthrough.


When a defective component is found during a home inspection, in can be a huge source of stress for a prospective buyer—even after the issue has been addressed. This inspection is meant to ensure that an issue we previously found has truly been resolved. We’ll carefully evaluate the repaired or replaced component, letting you know whether or not it’s good to go or if more work is needed.

Insurance Reduction Inspection

This inspection will ensure that your prospective home meets the minimum property standards required by most insurance agencies before they will consider a policy. Four critical areas of the home will be evaluated: the roofing, HVAC, plumbing, and electrical systems.

11th Month Warranty Inspection

A one year warranty is typically offered by the builder of home so that homebuyers know their investment is protected. Before that warranty expires, it’s a good idea to have the home professionally inspected to make sure that nothing was overlooked during construction and that no defects have emerged since first moving in. If any issues are found, you’ll still be within the home’s warranty period—meaning that you may not be responsible for certain repairs.

Radon Testing

Radon forms as a gas in pockets deep underground, occurring as a result of the natural breakdown processes of rock and soil. The gas can eventually escape the surface, potentially contaminating the air inside a home. Radon is known to contribute to several serious health problems, and it can be extremely difficult to detect. This service will ensure that your current or prospective home safe. Radon Testing can be scheduled as a standalone service or as an add-on to a Buyer’s Inspection.

Mold Inspection

Mold inside a home can be an eyesore, and it can also be unsafe for the health of anyone who plans to live there. This inspection will investigate a home for any signs of mold or intrusive moisture that could cause a mold problem in the future. Mold Inspections can be scheduled as a standalone service or as an add-on to a Buyer’s Inspection.

Water Testing

Access to clean water is essential for everyone, and prospective homebuyers have to know that the home they’re considering has a safe water supply. This service will take samples from both the well and tap to send off for laboratory testing. Water Testing can be scheduled as a standalone service or as an add-on to a Buyer’s Inspection.

Pool Inspection

Often, the presence of a pool is figured into the appraisal of a home. Before you go through with an investment, you should make sure that the home’s pool is safe, in good condition, and fairly reflected in the asking price. We’ll inspect the structure of the pool, any recreational additions (such as diving boards), and the mechanical system. Pool Inspections can be scheduled as a standalone service or as an add-on to Buyer’s Inspection.

Asbestos Testing (Bulk Only)

Asbestos is a once-trusted building material that we now know can cause serious health issues. Older properties may have asbestos insulation and asbestos popcorn ceilings, which should be tested for the safety of occupants. Yes, we test for asbestos by taking bulk samples and sending them to a trusted lab for verification. With our asbestos testing, you know about potential hazards and prevent expensive renovation costs.

At Yes Home Inspections LLC, we offer a variety of home inspection services to help our customers get a better grasp on what a particular home has to offer. If you can think of it, then chances are, the answer is Yes!  We can inspect it.

Contact us today to request an appointment.


(586) 610-5860


46958 N. Gratiot Ave. Suite #103
Chesterfield, MI 48051


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