Website Inspection FAQs

Why should I have my website inspected?

Because there are hundreds of home inspectors competing for the same clients that you’re competing for. Simply put, your website needs to make a great first impression. Our inspection process was designed to identify common and hidden defects that might be turning your potential clients away.

Is a website inspection cost-effective?

We certainly believe so. If fixing the defects on your website brings you even one single client, the inspection has paid for itself.

I had a professional build my website. Do I need an inspection?

Paying a professional doesn’t guarantee that your website is defect free. A website inspection can help ensure that the investment you made was worthwhile.

What is a website inspection?

Our website inspection is a visual examination of the areas of your website made publicly avilable. Our inspection is designed to identify areas of your website that do not follow current best practices or may negatively impact the usability or performance of your website.

What does an inspection include?

It includes a non-invasive, manual review of your website by an experienced website professional. It also includes a detailed report of the website inspection. The inspection is performed in accordance with our Standards of Practice and was designed to identify areas of your website that do not follow best practices or may negatively impact usability or performance.

Do you inspect the whole website?

The inspection is performed in accordance with our Standards of Practice and covers the pages considered to be primary pages common to most business websites.

What does the inspection report include?

The report includes a detailed summary of the inspection, allowing you to quickly identify the defects found on your website. The defects are ranked by importance so you know what to focus on first. The report also includes screenshots, recommendations, and valuable information about current best practices.

Does the inspection cover website search engine optimization (SEO)?

No, not direclty. But the defects we check for and report on could certainly have a negative impact on your website’s overall SEO efforts.