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Who we are.

MVP Home Inspections is the premium home inspection service in Illinois, servicing the Greater Chicago suburban and rural areas. Our experienced, trained and licensed home inspectors can provide expert home inspection, mold inspection, pest inspection, carbon monoxide tests and several other essential home services.

Our goal is to keep your property safe and maintained with comprehensive, detailed inspections that go the extra mile. With MVP Home Inspections you can expect thorough and knowledgeable inspection on your residential or commercial property, whether you are buying, selling or maintaining.

Our services.

We offer a full suite of home inspection services, ranging from roofing to doors, floors and walls. Our mold inspection service was introduced to help ensure homes are safe from potentially hazardous strains that can cause respiratory issues or poisoning if not dealt with properly. We are Illinois Licensed and Certified home inspectors and mold inspectors. This means we receive ongoing state mandated training so we can keep up to date with cutting edge industry standards. Rest assured that you will always receive a knowledgeable home inspection when you choose MVP Home Inspections.

Why choose us.

We are available for your call 7-days a week, 12-hours a day from 8am to 8pm. At MVP Home Inspections we want to provide a quick, accurate and accessible service. That’s why we specialize in same day inspection reports, which can be emailed out in PDF format.

MVP Home Inspections provides some of the highest quality home and mold inspection on the market, at the best available pricing. We offer a best price guarantee, ensuring you get excellent value for your money.

When should you invest in a home inspection?

During a sale and / or purchase:

When buying a new property, accurate and detailed home inspection gives you a valuable bargaining chip. If we discover any issues or hazards in the property, as a buyer you are entitled to negotiate on repairs or price, or pull out of the sale altogether.

For sellers, home inspection gives you the opportunity to qualify your property before putting it on the market, so you can avoid costly issues down the road.

While maintaining your property:

Our home inspectors can provide in-depth details on system life expectancy, such as plumbing, heating and other major systems in the home. This gives you an opportunity to repair or replace any systems that might act up,  saving you a huge chunk of money in the future.

MVP Home Inspections will also provide priceless advice and education on how to maintain your property correctly, so you can protect your investment for years to come.

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Key points of a Home Inspection.

Typically home inspections take 2 to 3 hrs to complete and our clients are always welcome to attend.


Safe electrical wiring is essential. Look for the condition of service entrance wires, service panels, breakers, fuses & disconnects. Also note of the number of outlets.


Your inspector should describe your home cooling & heating system, energy source, & inspect the central and through-wall cooling equipment and age of the unit.


Thoroughly examine the water supply, drainage systems, water heating equipment & fuel storage systems including drainage pumps & sump pumps and valves.


An inspection of the inside of the home can reveal plumbing leaks, insect damage, rot, construction defects, & other issues. An inspector should take a close look.


A well-maintained roof protects you from rain, snow, and other forces of nature. Take note of the roof’s age, conditions of flashing, roof draining systems and more.


The inspector should look at sidewalks, driveways, steps, windows, and doors. A home’s siding, trim, and surface drainage also are part of an exterior inspection.

Five reasons not to skip the Home Inspection.

  • It Provides an Out:
    A quality home inspection can reveal critical information about the condition of a home and its systems. This makes the buyer aware of what costs, repairs and maintenance the home may require immediately, and over time. If a buyer isn't comfortable with the findings of the home inspection, it usually presents one last opportunity to back out of the offer to buy.
  • Safety:
    A home inspection can detect safety issues like radon, carbon monoxide and mold which all homes should be tested for. Make sure that your home-buying contract states that should such hazards be detected, you have the option to cancel the offer to buy.
  • Negotiating Tool:
    The home inspection report presents an opportunity to ask for repairs and/or request a price reduction or credit from the seller. Work with your realtor to understand what requests can and should be made to negotiate a better deal.
  • Forecast Future Costs:
    A home inspector can approximate the installation age of major systems in the home like plumbing, heating and cooling, and critical equipment like water heaters. They can diagnose the current condition of the structure itself, and tell you how long finishes have been in the home. All components in the home have a "shelf-life. Understanding when they require replacement can help you make important budgeting decisions.
  • Protect Your Investment:
    The home inspector is a valuable educational resource. He or she can suggest specific tips on how to maintain the home and ultimately save you thousands of dollars in the long term.

Get in touch today

If you want professional, quality and comprehensive home inspection and mold inspection services, then get in touch today!

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