Inspect Before You Invest!
Thank you for considering Kebalo Inspection Services LLC to do your home inspection.
We understand that buying a home can be a stressful and huge financial decision. Choosing an experienced home inspector could be the difference between buying a home that will serve your family for many years or one that may be a money pit.
Get To Know Your Inspector!
Your Trusted Home Inspector Of Connecticut.
Andy Kebalo has decades of experience in the home construction field as a builder. In addition to being a Licensed Home Inspector HOI; Mr. Kebalo is licensed as an E-1 Electrician, P-7 Plumber and holds a State of CT Health Dept. Sub-Surface Sewage Installers License Mr. Andy Kebalo graduated South Windsor High and earned his BS from CCSU in the field of Construction Management. Initially, after college, worked in property maintenance for a commercial developer. In 1990 along with his brother Walt, formed Kebalo Electric Co. Inc., a CT Electrical Contracting Company, which is still in existence today. In 2001 to 2009, started KF Construction Co. as a real estate developer and built condos and single family homes. In 2016 Mr. Kebalo started his home inspection career.
You would be getting a thorough, above-average home inspection.
Types of Inspections
We offer a range of inspections to ensure your peace of mind in your real estate transactions.
According to the Connecticut Standards of Practice for home inspection, this inspection includes exterior, roofing, structural, electrical, plumbing, HVAC, ventilation and insulation. Radon, water testing and wood destroying insects can be added.
Electrical Service Inspections
This type of inspection covers the electrical systems of a home and can include service inspections required for the power company to reinstall electrical meter.
Looking to put your house on the market? This consultation is economical and more condensed than a full inspection. Typically done for the seller to address any issues before going to market.
This service is more condensed than a full inspection. Typically done for the buyer, prior to making an offer on a home. This consultation often saves money, time and is also useful with an as-is sale. Typically a verbal report will be given at the end of the consultation.
This type of inspection gives the buyer piece of mind that repairs were done correctly and the basic systems that are part of a house are functioning properly. It will include cursory inspections of the exterior, roof, interior, venting/insulation, heating and air conditioning, electrical, plumbing and structural. Typically a verbal report will be given at the end of the consultation.