Residential and Commercial Inspections

Standards

 

 

The state of Michigan does not regulate or oversee the home inspection industry. For this reason, it's a good idea to hire  an inspector that is a member in good standing of one of the national organizations, since their membership requires inspectors to adhere to strict standards of practice and code of ethics.

 

We at Great Lakes Home & Property Inspections are Certified Master Inspectors and proud members of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (interNACHI). As a member, I am required to comply with the most rigorous testing and continued education of any other organization.

View the Certified Master Inspector Code of Ethics at http://certifiedmasterinspector.org/code-of-ethicsView              the NACHI Standards of Practice at http://www.nachi.org/sop.htm
View the NACHI Code of Ethics at http://www.nachi.org/code_of_ethics.htm

 

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Here is what our customers have to say about Great Lakes Home & Property Inspections:

 

The report was very easy to read, and the pictures will be very helpful when it comes time repair the issues that were noted. I like the end section which has a seasonal "things-to-do" checklist, which will serve as a helpful reminder. I am very satisfied with the inspection that was done. Mike was very helpful at pointing out various conditions of the house, along with answering all my questions about the house. Mike was also able to offer advice on future steps to take to maintain/repair the house. It was a VERY informative process. Thank you!
 
Dan Murphy
Addison Twp MI
 

We offer new construction phase inspections, manufactured home inspections and warranty inspections.

 


Michael Bazzo
8174 MacKay Ct.
Utica/Shelby Twp, MI
(586) 855-7644





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