Seiple Home Inspections

Matt Seiple
Woodstock, Vermont License Number Vermont (VT#143) / New Hampshire (NH#138),

Serving Vermont and New Hampshire with over 30 years of experience building and inspecting homes. We understand the importance of your investment, and your need for a prompt and professional evaluation. Let us provide an objective, comprehensive analysis of your home's structural and mechanical systems.

General Building Inspection:

The General Building Inspection is a structural and mechanical evaluation, based on visual evidence for all major systems, including foundation, framing, exterior wall covering (siding), exterior roof covering (roofing), porches, decks, drainage, garages and outbuildings, electrical, plumbing, heating, cooling, interior systems (windows, doors, appliances, fixtures, kitchens, bathrooms), basement and attic areas, and insulation where visible.  The inspection will generally take two to three hours onsite, with an emphasis on finding major deficiencies, things that are expensive to correct, or conditions which are seriously unsafe.  All the information is clearly and understandably arranged in a narrative-style written report, with embedded color photos for visual reference. Recommendations are made for the repair of current deficiencies and for future maintenance, with timeline suggestions given to help prioritize the information according to importance.     

Additional services:

  • Radon Testing

  • Water Quality Testing

  • Mold Testing

Matt Seiple, Owner and Operator of Seiple Home Inspections, has over 30 years experience inspecting and building homes.  Mr. Seiple works as an inspector primarily in the central Vermont and New Hampshire region, and has performed many thousands of inspections on single family, condominium and multi-family residential and commercial buildings in this area. Mr. Seiple is also state licensed as a home inspector in both the states of Vermont (VT#143) and New Hampshire (NH#138), and is fully insured and bonded for professional liability and loss