The most highly rated home inspection company in Minnesota.
We use continuous electronic
monitors to perform radon testing.
Scroll down to see what sets us apart.
We provide moisture testing services
throughout the Twin Cities area,
specializing in newer stucco homes.
Why choose Structure Tech
Not only are we the most highly rated, but we also have some of the most delighted home inspection customers in Minnesota; we have plenty of feedback from customers in the Client Testimonials section of our web site, but of course, we have complete control over what goes there. For more convincing evidence, please check out the public reviews that we have no control over on Google Plus, Yelp, and Angie’s List. There is no other home inspection company in Minnesota that compares.
To see what makes us different from our competition, please view a sample inspection report, read about our inspectors on the About Us page, or check out Reuben’s Home Inspection Blog, which is updated weekly.
We also guarantee our work; if you’re not happy with your inspection, you don’t pay us. No fine print. We offer this because we’re so confident in our service.
Read reviews from our customers
Most of the home inspectors that I know go out of their way to get acquainted with knowledgeable professionals, and we're happy to refer them.[...]read more
Back in 2010, I wrote a blog post detailing one of the most common deck defects that I find, which is improper joist hanger nails. [...]read more
I've done a video comparison of three different gas sniffers. My favorite gas sniffer, aka "combustible gas detector", is currently the TIF 8900.[...]read more
Can electrical boxes be covered by insulation? This question came up during a conversation that I was having with another home inspector recently.[...]read more
Vermiculite insulation is way worse than I previously thought. [...]read more
Buying a condo? Get a home inspection, also known as a condo inspection.[...]read more
Sediment traps help prevent sediment in the gas piping from getting into the gas valve or burner area and fouling things up.[...]read more
If work is being performed in an existing dwelling that requires a permit, and such work triggers the requirement to bring the smoke alarms up to today's standards for a new dwelling, the new smoke alarms must meet the requirements[...]read more
There is a great new change to the Minnesota Energy Code that took effect over a year ago, which now requires attic access hatches to now be weatherstripped[...]read more