Towne & Country Building Inspection, Inc.

Since 1996, we have been helping Milwaukee and SE Wisconsin home buyers make smart property investments. We look forward to working with you and being your home inspector.

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Towne & Country Building Inspection, Inc.

Since 1996, we have been helping Milwaukee and SE Wisconsin home buyers make smart property investments. We look forward to working with you.

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Scot McLean has been a licensed home inspector in Milwaukee, and radon measurement provider, for more than 20 years in the state of Wisconsin. He served as president of the Milwaukee chapter of WAHI (Wisconsin Association of Home Inspectors), and is an active member of both the Wisconsin Trust for Historic Preservation and Wisconsin Historical Society. Scot also holds certifications with the American Society of Home Inspections (ASHI) and National Radon Proficiency Program (NRPP).

Milwaukee Home Inspector - Scot McLean

Scot McLean | Home Inspector

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Are you licensed?

Yes we are licensed home inspectors in Wisconsin.

What do you inspect at the house?

We follow the state of WI standards of practice for home inspections. For a buyer’s inspection, we inspect the major items that most buyers want to know about. For a full list, please visit our Buyers Inspections page. Any halfway reputable home inspection company will cover all of these items; it’s a pretty standard list. What sets us apart is our knowledge, experience, attention to detail, inspection report, and passion for our work.

Can I be there for the inspection?

Definitely. We encourage our clients to attend the entire home inspection, if possible.

How much do you charge?

The cost for a Home Inspection varies depending on the location, size, and complexity of the house. Every house is unique, and our pricing varies accordingly. We find our inspection fees are mid range compared to other inspection companies, and we offer more thorough Home Inspections and superb Inspection Reports, not a cookie cutter computer or paper form. Call for exact pricing.

How will you get in to the home?

We’ll set up the home inspection with your listing agent, typically, and we’ll get the lockbox combination from them.

When will I receive the home inspection report?

Your Home Inspection Report will be emailed to you within 24 hours of the Home Inspection, typically the same night or following morning.

Why don’t you provide your inspection reports on-site?

It takes us a long time to type up our reports. We don’t produce generic check­box reports with three ring binders; we actually sit down at the computer and take the time to write out our reports in plain English. We’ll often spend more time writing the report than we do inspecting the house. We provide a lot of detail in our reports, and we try to write them for you the same way we would for a friend or family member. After you read one of our inspection reports, we think you’ll understand why we don’t produce the reports on site.

Can I see the inspection agreement before you do the home inspection?

Yes, we encourage you to review the inspection agreement and the Wisconsin Standards of Practice for home inspectors. We have made them available at the bottom of this page. We also encourage you to contact us about any questions you may have prior to your home inspection.

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***IMPORTANT: Please Read***

Home Inspection Expectations

What You Can Expect

Contract

Contract

Home Inspection Standards of Practice

Standards of Practice