well, I am revising my previous review of Ken Haller inspections.
Since we were first time home buyers, and very "green" when it came to home repair, we really thought Ken did an amazing job.
Overall, Ken did a good job. About 3 months after we moved in, we found out there were some major plumbing issues with our house. So we had a plumber come in. After spending $7,000 replacing our main build drain ---- Which is NOT Ken's responsibility as it is not visible...BUT we also found out that there were no traps on any of the sinks and the tub! Sewer gases were entering our home!
Well, the previous owners should have done things correctly, and they did not... but isn't that what a house inspector should identify? I found it strange that a house inspector could not identify this (guess he did not look under the sinks)
overall, Ken did a good job, he got on our roof,went through the HVAC and electrical -> and explained everything... just be careful, and make sure he opens up the bathroom vanity!