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Published November 24th, 2020

What is a Home Inspection Checklist?

A home inspection checklist is a tool used by home inspectors to assess the physical condition of a property. It identifies any actual or potential structural issues and damage. Performing home inspections help property owners foresee areas that need urgent repairs.

A home inspection checklist commonly involves a visual examination of four key parts of a property:

  • Structural: ceilings, roof, walls, windows, door frames, foundation, etc.
  • Rooms: bathrooms, kitchen, interior rooms, etc.
  • Grounds: yard, driveways, landscaping, drainage, common areas, etc.
  • Utilities: heating, air conditioning, plumbing, electrical, etc.

iAuditor as a Home Inspection Checklist Software

Property inspectors often rely on paper home inspection forms and tedious data re-entry and photo uploads to generate their final reports. Using a digital home inspection app like iAuditor can help inspectors complete their inspections on their mobile device and generate home inspection reports instantly.

iAuditor is the world’s #1 home inspection software and can be used to conduct property inspections on a mobile device on-site. Take unlimited photos of the property, capture annotations and notes, and instantly send reports to clients.

We have created digital home inspection checklists you can download for free and get started with using iAuditor. All checklists are fully customizable and can be used on mobile devices.


Jona Tarlengco

SafetyCulture staff writer

Jona has been part of SafetyCulture for more than 2 years contributing her experience in writing quality and well-researched content. She usually writes a topic about risks, safety, and quality.