Roofs are inspected by walking the roof after climbing a ladder (or extension ladder) or drone (Part 107 license)
Honeybee can fit in crawlspaces that many inspectors can't or won't

Why Choose Honeybee?

When I was going through the home-buying process for the first time, I was stubborn and naive. I jumped in and thought I could do it all by myself. I didn't know what a home inspection was until my agent suggested hiring someone, so I chose one random company from his list. It was a panicked choice --10 days is no joke. After the inspection was completed, I received the report which made me more confused than before. I didn't understand what some of it meant because of the jargon and vague wording. There were no pictures to help jog my memory either. Now that I'm an inspector myself, I want to prevent clients from feeling the way I did. I know the stress, uncertainty, and confusion that happens during this whirlwind experience for homebuyers (and sellers). To combat this, I use common language and simple phrasing in my reports. I provide a gallery of photos with captions on what is being noted. I do my best to cultivate an atmosphere that makes clients feel comfortable, whether to ask questions during the inspection or to reach out later if they still need clarification. I may only be a small part of the home-buying experience as an inspector, but I understand the importance of my role and how it brings the client closer to their dream home.
Honeybee's inspection reports are provided within 24hrs and includes a summary that prioritizes any repairs and recommendations that might be necessary. This summary is especially important for clients hoping to accomplish repairs on their own and with a limited budget. It is also instrumental in guiding the client on price negotiations.