Thank you for taking the time to read through these Questions and Answers. Let us know you read this far and we will send you a discount off of a future inspection you hire us to complete for you or a friend. And remember, no question is a dumb question except the one that was never asked. If you're buying a house, hopefully, you know that your home inspector will check it out and make sure it's in decent shape. But if you want to get to know your home beyond its pretty facade, you should pepper your inspector with questions—a whole lot of them, in fact! But when you ask those home inspector questions is as important as what you ask. Namely, you should attend your home inspection and ask him right then and there. The reason: Rather than trying to decipher your home inspector's (very technical) report, it's much easier for this pro to actually show you what's going on with the house.