Looking for a Laurens County Home Inspector?

You've come to the right place.  As a Laurens County home inspector, we're quite familiar with that area of the Upstate.  Laurens County is generally considered to be a mostly rural county, but it does feature the towns of Laurens and Clinton.  The county is almost diamond-shaped, and stretches from near Woodruff in the northern part, all the way to the eastern side of Lake Greenwood in the southern portion.  I-26 and I-385 run through Laurens County, and it's a fairly quick drive to Columbia, Greenville and Spartanburg from many areas.  Plenty of people live in Laurens County and commute to the larger cities for work.  There are also a few fairly large employers in Laurens County including the VA Medical Center, Fairview Park Hospital, FlexSteel, Parker Aerospace, and Farmers Home Furniture.

There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation in Laurens County.  Hunting is popular in the area, as is fishing, camping, hiking and boating.  If golf is your sport, check out the courses at Musgrove Mill, Rolling S or Lakeside.  If you're looking for a playground for the kids, head to Laurens County Park or Lake Rabon.  Laurens County Speedway, which is a dirt track, offers events for fans of auto-racing.  If you're looking for restaurants and shops, head to downtown Laurens or Clinton.  Clinton is home to Presbyterian College.  There are plenty of big box stores, a mall, grocery stores, banks, etc... to be found in the city of Laurens, which is the county seat and is centrally located within the county.

A fair number of Laurens County home inspections are being done right now as the real estate market is doing well.  There are some new subdivisions being developed.  There are also lots of older homes in more established neighborhoods and rural areas.  Some homes in Laurens County were built before the civil war.  As a Laurens County home inspector, we find everything from mobile homes to multi-million dollar estates, farms, lake homes, and just about everything in between.  Homes in Laurens County feature basement, slab and crawlspace foundations and are typically 1 or 2 stories tall.  Many folks enjoy living out in the county because you have the opportunity to own more land for lower prices, although some of that land has been sold off in recent years for residential and commercial development.

If you need a Laurens County home inspector, please give us a call - we'd love to help you learn more about the house you want to buy.