Inspection Services

Advanced Property Inspections offers a wide selection of home inspection services that are sure to meet your needs as a prospective home-buyer, seller, or current homeowner. We adhere to ASHI’s rigorous Standard of Practice, as well as the state of South Dakota’s—bringing you a level of professionalism and a quality of service that can’t be beat.

Large classic American house with three car garage seen while preforming home inspection services

Buyer’s Inspection

This thorough inspection of a home will determine the condition of most visible and readily accessible components, giving you the knowledge and peace of mind you need as you prepare for final negotiations to buy the property. A detailed inspection report will be typed up and delivered within 24 hours.

We inspect the following components:


Roofing System (gutters, downspouts, penetrations)


Foundation & Crawl Space


Grading & Drainage


Structural Components


Porches & Decks


Exterior (doors, windows, siding)


Interior (doors, windows, floors, walls, ceilings, stairs)


Attic, Insulation, & Ventilation


Electrical System


Plumbing System


Heating & Cooling Systems


Water Heaters


Built-in Appliances

Thermal imaging will be used as needed during the inspection for no added expense. A moisture meter may also be used.

We will also use RecallChek to ensure that none of the pre-installed appliances in the house are affected by manufacturer recalls.

Additional Inspection Services

For sale sign in front of a house after receiving home inspection services

Pre-Listing Inspection

This inspection service will help home-sellers achieve their goal of a fairly valued and overall successful sale by shedding light on the property’s condition ahead of time. We’ll be able to spot deficiencies before a listing is made so that you can adjust your plans accordingly—whether that consists of making repairs to keep the home’s value high, or simply informing prospective buyers about existing issues to keep negotiations moving steadily forward.

New construction house receiving home inspection services

New Construction Inspection

While your prospective new home is being built, there’s a lot that can happen that may detract from the completed home’s overall condition—in fact, it should be expected. Building a home is no easy task, and mistakes are bound to happen. That’s we offer this comprehensive inspection service, evaluating the home before the builder’s final walkthrough so that you know what types of issues you may need to address during final negotiations.

Maintenance tools used before home inspection services are preformed

Home Maintenance Inspection

This inspection service is all about keeping your home better maintained—which will hold the value up over time, and prevent you from experiencing unnecessary stress as a homeowner. We’ll inspect the readily accessible areas of the home, providing a full report of our findings that will highlight maintenance issues and offer strategies about how to take care of them.

House receiving home inspection services after repairs


A re-inspection should be scheduled by the prospective buyer of a home after being notified that the seller has fulfilled requested repairs. We’ll then return to the property to make sure that’s the case, carefully examining the state of repairs while also checking to confirm that other components were not damaged during the repair process.


Radon Testing

We recommend that home-buyers have their prospective investments tested for potential radon contamination—and whether the home is old or new, it’s still a good idea for you to consider. Radon is an invisible and odorless gas that is one of the leading causes of lung cancer according to the EPA. When we perform this inspection service, we’ll utilize specialized equipment to determine whether or not the radon levels in the home are currently at safe levels.


Water Testing

Instant access to clean water is a luxury that’s often taken for granted, but it’s one of the most integral components of a good home. For this inspection service, we’ll test the water from the home’s tap and well to determine if there are harmful contaminants present. Some of the contaminants that the water will be tested for include coliform bacteria, heavy metals, nitrates, and nitrites.

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At Advanced Property Inspections, we’re not just looking closely at one or two critical areas of a property when we perform an inspection—we’re evaluating the condition of the entire home. We want you to be able to invest with your safety assured, your finances manageable, and your home-buying dreams fully satisfied. Contact us today to request an inspection.

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Evening and weekend appointments available by request. Online payments are accepted.