How is Speaker of the House Different?
Any licensed inspector will provide a list of a property’s defects...
This is what you can expect from Speaker of the House.
- Seeing more: The inspector doesn’t rush through, filling out a checklist on the spot. Part of a thorough inspection means evaluating quality, anticipating future problems, and offering recommendations for prevention.
- Prioritizing: Many inspectors don’t offer it, but a Speaker of the House report includes a summary of major items, so you don’t get lost in the details.
- As-is or “fixer upper” properties: Should you even get an inspection when the whole place needs to be fixed? Our inspection tells you what must be fixed now, including options to “stop the bleeding” without breaking the bank.
- Upgrades and changes: The inspector can let you know which upgrade ideas can be easily accomplished—and which ones are better left undone. And, he’ll often give you ideas you weren’t aware of.
- Unique traits of a property: Whether it’s advice on controlling sunlight in a high rise, or controlling humidity over a crawlspace, the many types of homes in Chicago require different measures. And after thousands of inspections, Speaker of the House will leave you uniquely informed.