Home & Property Inspector in RI

Home Inspection in WoonsocketLee Maintenance Home Inspection would like to supply you, the home buyer, with an affordable practical working knowledge of the property you are about to invest in. Over the years we have built, repaired and inspected homes in the Rhode Island area. Our mission is to supply a quality home inspection to you the home buyer. As you are aware buying a home is one of the largest investments that you will make. You want to make sure that the property you buy is structurally safe and sound. If you are looking for a dedicated & experienced home inspector in Woonsocket or the surrounding areas, please contact us today!

Specializing in evening and weekend inspections.

Ancillary inspections:

I have a list of certified inspectors for radon, wells, septic systems, mold and other types of testing services should you require them.

Referral Rewards Program:

I appreciate your business; you may come into contact with other people that may need my home inspection services. If any of your referrals develops into an inspection you will receive a $25.00 check. Make sure they mention your name when they set up their inspection.

Lawrence E. Enright Jr.

  • 28 Years of construction background
  • State of Rhode Island Registered Building Inspector
  • State of Rhode Island Contractor Reg. # 19375
  • State of Massachusetts Construction Supervisor License # 103027
  • State of Massachusetts Home Improvement Contractor # 164150

Homes Being Inspected Do Not “Pass Or Fail”

Our report is based on an inspection of the visible portion of the structure: inspection may be limited by vegetation, weather conditions or possessions. Depending upon the age of the home, some items like GFCI outlets may not be installed: this report will focus on safety and function, not current codes. This report identifies specific Non-code, non-cosmetic concerns that the inspector feels may need further investigation or repairs.

For your safety and liability, we recommend that a licensed contractor evaluate and make repairs to any critical concerns and defects that the inspector has noted. Note that the report is like a snapshot in time, a final walk-through inspection should be carried out the day before closing on the house by the owners to check the condition of the property.

If the living area appears to have been remodeled or part of an addition, I recommend that you verify that all permits and inspections where carried out by the city or town that the property is in. This is important because our inspection does not tacitly approve, endorse or guarantee the integrity of any work that was done without a permit and latent defects could exist.

All critical systems or safety concerns should be addressed by Licensed Professionals.