Since most people purchase no more than a few homes during their lifetime, the real estate transaction process may seem complicated and confusing. One aspect of the home purchase process that is vitally important, however, is a home inspection. What is the purpose of a home inspection?

A home inspection protects you. Whether you are preparing to purchase a home or are considering selling your home, a detailed home inspection provides you with the information you need to understand the condition of the property.

Modern homes are comprised of many systems working together, but many of these systems are complex and may be difficult to access. A professional home inspector utilizes his or her experience, training, and tools to assess the overall condition of the home and the various systems and components that it contains for your benefit.

Are you preparing to sell your home? A pre-sale home inspection allows you to understand the current condition of your property and helps to identify any issues that are likely to be discovered by a buyer’s inspector. This knowledge provides you with the opportunity to address any problems before buyers start to view the property, potentially reducing delays and requests for repairs or discounts.

Are you preparing to purchase a home? A pre-purchase home inspection allows you to better understand the condition of the property, as well as safety hazards or maintenance issues that will need to be corrected. Regardless of whether you decide to ask the seller to perform repairs or proceed with the purchase as is, you are at least better informed about the condition of the home.

A home inspection is really about you having the best information possible about the condition of a property, whether you are a buyer or seller. It’s only with a thorough understanding of the home’s condition that you are able to make the right decisions for you and your family.

Thank you for considering Frontier Inspections, LLC for your home inspection needs. We are Wyoming owned and operated, and proudly inspect properties throughout the state. You can reach us by phone at 307-670-3706 or by email at if you have questions or if you would like to schedule an inspection.