Sample NOVAhi™ Report

The NOVAhi™ Home Inspection Report

Even the best Home Inspection has limited value without a thorough and professional written Inspection Report. NOVAhi takes great pride and care to ensure that our reports comply with Virginia's home inspection requirements and the ASHI Standard of Practice. Following the inspection, we will provide you with a quick on-site overview of our findings, but we do not issue reports on site. That's because we take the time to prepare the written report, carefully considering and detailing our inspection observations, which makes our reports more useful to all involved in the real estate process.

Our reports:

  • Identify systems and components that are not functioning as intended, or that are in some way deficient, unsafe, or near the end of their service life

  • Explain the nature of the problem with the identified system or component (e.g., the risks involved or caused by the identified deficiency)

  • Recommend whether you should repair, replace, monitor, or seek additional information from a qualified professional specialist regarding identified systems and components

  • Are digitally imaged and computer generated using one of the very best inspection reporting software in the industry

  • Include HD color photos with a helpful desciptions

  • Are objective and thorough with specific detailed recommendations for the property—you do not need to take notes

  • Provide you with professional advice and suggested improvements, and maintenance tips for your safe home ownership

  • Are organized with a summary of problem areas and deficiencies to facilitate real estate contingency negotiations

At the end of the inspection we’ll go over the major findings and perform a post-inspection walkthrough to further explain our recommendations and answer all your questions to your satisfaction.

Your written Virginia and ASHI Home Inspection Report will be provided to you within 24 hours after the inspection.

Click HERE to review one of our sample Home Inspection Reports