High Quality, Professional,
Affordable HOME INSPECTIONS
“Great companies that build an enduring brand have an emotional relationship with customers that has no barrier. And that emotional relationship is on the most important characteristic, which is trust.”
– Howard Schultz
We help buyers looking for the perfect home as well as sellers who want to make sure their home is in its best condition before it goes to market. Top Flight Home Inspections, LLC is veteran-owned by lead home inspector Greg Bryant.
– Greg Bryant, Owner/Lead Home Inspector
Certifications & member associations
We are certified and proud members of the following professional associations:
- Jeff M.
- Amy C.
- Wendell B.
- Randy S.
- Anna W.
- Anthony H.
- Michael W.
- Cassandra C.
- Josh T.
- Zack H.
- Sue M.
Our standard home inspections include but are not limited to:
Sewer Scope Inspections
Structure & Foundation
Wood Destroying Insects
Heating & AC System
Attic, Insulation & Ventilation
Doors, Floors & Ceilings
Chimney & Fireplace
Basement, & Crawlspace
OUR SERVICE AREA
We commonly service the following areas:
- Canal Winchester
Latest From The Blog
Recent blog posts, tips and tricks from lead home inspector Greg Bryant!
While sewer scope inspections are inexpensive, blocked sewer lines and subsequent repairs are not cheap and can add up to thousands of dollars quickly. When you opt to have a sewer line inspection, a Top Flight home inspector will insert a long cable camera with a light on the end down your drain and all the way through your pipes to the service point, which is typically near the street.
The life expectancy of a typical water heat is approximately 8-12 years. However, the life of a water heater varies with the location and design of the unit, quality of installation, water quality and maintenance schedule. Checking a couple things annually could prolong the life of your water heater.
Chances are, if your home was built more than ten years ago, you may not be in compliance with the current National Electric Code (NEC). The most recent NEC now requires AFCI outlets…