Offering extremely detailed home inspections in Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and the surrounding Minnesota areas.
Why choose Structure Tech
We’re the most highly rated home inspection company in Minnesota.
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.
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