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over 2,000 homes inspected in North Georgia
My name is Jon Wilbanks, and I am the owner and operator here at Wilbanks Home Inspections. If you think that all home inspectors are the same, think again. There is a reason that I have personally inspected over 2,000 homes in North Georgia, and have clients that repeatedly use me for their home purchases. My knowledge and experience in home inspections is second to none.
Proudly serving North Georgia since 2009
a pre-listing inspection gives you the opportunity to make repairs on your home prior to the listing, which increases the chance of selling your home when it first hits the market.
”Jon continuously delivers 5 star quality 100% of the time. Feel free to call me for a clear explanation as well as a comparison to other inspection reports. Combine Jon's experience, knowledge and common sense to give you the comfort and peace of mind you need if you're moving forward with a home purchase. Or, allow his experience, knowledge and common sense to help you prevent making a costly mistake. If you're buying a home, now is the time to call Jon and get him scheduled for your home inspection. Call if questions. James Allison 706-200-2210
- J.A., Cleveland GA, October 2019
“Very thorough and professional. Will definitely refer Jon to others and we will use him from now on. Thank you.”
- S.Y., March 2020
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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: How detailed will my report be?
A: Jon provides very thorough reports that entail pictures/videos and detailed descriptions of his findings.
Q: It’s a brand new home, should I get it inspected?
A: Yes is the simple answer for numerous reasons that I would be happy to discuss with you. You would be surprised at what I do find on new construction.
Q: The appraiser will note if anything is wrong?
A: Many people think that an appraisal is an inspection. This is simply false and reading of the fine print on an appraisal will confirm that it is not an inspection. The appraisal is valued only as implied and a Home Inspection goes into much greater depth about the overall condition of a home including its components.