1st Call Home Inspections

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All of our home inspections come with a risk free policy. If for any reason our client does not buy the inspected property, 1st Call will do the next home inspection for free*! (*Ancillary testing and services not included in risk free policy). If you are buying or selling a home in the Hudson Valley , 1st Call Home Inspections will provide you with a detailed and high quality inspection. We strive to have 2 inspectors at all inspections to give you a timely and thorough inspection. We provide electronic reporting, offer a no-risk inspection guarantee, and give you continued support after the inspection and after the sale.


  • Street: 100 Gretna Hill Rd,
  • City: Pleasant Valley, NY
  • State: NY
  • Postcode: 12569


  • Name: 1st Call Home Inspections
  • Telephone: 845-635-9310
  • E-Mail: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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