Doing the right thing when no one is looking
Since our start in 2001, Common Cents has performed over 4,500 inspections in the Atlanta market and surrounding areas. We have built our reputation on providing the best in service to our clients, conducting thorough inspections, and writing detailed, comprehensive reports.
We inspect both old and new single-family homes, condominiums, townhouses, duplexes, and quads. We perform pre-purchase inspections, pre-listing inspections, and construction phase inspections. We also offer radon tests. Click here to see full list of services.
Our clients include home buyers, home sellers, real estate investors to affordable housing, and homeowners associations.
We have the code certifications to inspect new construction and offer construction phase inspections: footing/foundation; framing/pre-drywall; and final completion. We also perform first year warranty inspections on new construction.
Our inspection reports are written in a format that is easy to read and understand. Click here to see sample reports. We limit the use of technical jargon, filler, and "boilerplate" information. Our reports include a categorized, narrative summary, and photographs of the conditions found. Where warranted, our reports include references to building codes, manufacturer's instructions, and recognized industry standards.
There are a great many differences between home inspectors: overall experience,; training; and the quality of service they might offer you. Most important is the time they are willing to spend performing your home inspection.
There is no shortcut to a thorough home inspection. Do not allow yourself to be tricked by gadgets, gimmicks, and giveaways! We posses the knowledge, experience, and dedication to perform the best possible home inspection for you!
Please call us at 404.213.1382 to schedule your Common cents inspection!
Inspecting fine homes since 2000
ICC Code Certified Master Inspector, since 2001 - ICC#5188601-RS
Georgia Association of Home Inspectors (GAHI) #32363
Important to note: The state of Georgia does not regulate or certify home inspectors. Anyone can call themselves a home inspector. An inspector's qualifications can be validated by their membership in Georgia Association of Home Inspectors (GAHI). They require members to be ICC Code Certified and have completed 250 PAID home inspections. Annual Continuing Education credits must remain up to date, and million dollar liability bond for added protection.