Chicago Metro Home Inspectors is committed to providing the highest level of value and quality of service in the home inspection industry. Our role is to educate our clients and be a resource for them both during and after the inspection.
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We take great pride in our attention to detail and our commitment to quality services. Read more about what sets us apart below.
How We Work
We help our customers by creating and delivering quality services that are both unique and valuable. We continually focus on the customers we serve by listening to their individual needs, ensuring that each customer understands the systems and components inside and outside the home, and providing the most objective, fair and accurate assessment of the home’s condition.
We realize purchasing a home may be your single largest investment, and we want to provide peace of mind by tailoring our experience and services to you, and delivering them as efficiently and effectively as possible. When you work with Chicago Metro Home Inspection, you get outstanding value for your money and an inspection based on high quality standards. This is what ultimately sets us apart from our competitors.
Chicago Metro Home Inspections was established as an owner-operated firm with the goal of providing quality home inspections. We work with buyers who want to understand the condition of their home and need the peace of mind that comes from making the right decision. Buyers are welcome at our home inspections — we regard home inspections as both educational and informative, and so should you as a buyer.
Chicago Metro Home Inspections is proud of our industry associations and certifications.
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