Wisconsin
WI BUILDING INSPECTORS, LLC
Helping You Understand Your New Home
Wisconsin Association of Home Inspection        
715-834-2656 • inspectordraper@gmail.com
FAQ
Tom Draper, Eau Claire Home Inspection
TOM DRAPER
Home Inspector WI #94





How long will my inspection take?
Why do I need an inspection?
Is it required that I have one?

Find the answers to these and other questions on the FAQ page!


Welcome to draperinspections.com!
WI Building Inspectors, LLC, has been providing Eau Claire, the Chippewa Valley, and West Central Wisconsin with home inspections for over 20 years. In that time, nobody has attained more knowledge or experience than Tom Draper. As an active member of the WI Association of Home Inspectors, Tom has inspected over 5,500 homes.
The real estate market in Eau Claire and the surrounding areas offers a unique variety of homes of varying size, style, and age. Whether you are buying a new home or one with a rich history, Tom can provide in-depth analysis of the entire structure, including:
Roof
Electrical
Ceilings/Walls
Plumbing
Structural Support System
Insulation/Ventilation
Windows/Doors
Heating/AC
Foundation
Flashing

Please feel free to browse the site for additional information you may find beneficial during the home selling and purchasing process, and contact us for more information about home inspection or to set up an appointment!

Call 715-834-2656 to set up your appointment!
Did you know...
A "home inspection" is an objective, professional, visual analysis of the condition of a property by a State Licensed Home Inspector. Home inspections cannot by law be structurally intrusive or technically exhaustive, but they will help you to make an informed decision by determining whether there are any major defects in systems or structure or to prevent any insurmountable financial burdens later on. A home inspection is not a Code inspection, but rather a "snap shot in time" showing the condition of the property at the time of inspection. This is the type of inspection that is referred to in the "Offer of Purchase" when buying a property.