Looking for a Union County Home Inspector?

We've got you covered.  As a Union County home inspector, we're familiar with this area of the Upstate.  The county itself covers a fairly wide swath of land that sits to the east of Spartanburg, northeast of Laurens and south of Cherokee counties.  The Broad River forms the eastern Union County line. It doesn't have any interstates, but you can hop on highway 176, which is a 4 lane road most of the way, and get to Spartanburg or Columbia fairly quickly.  You can also take highway 49 into Charlotte.  Union County is mostly rural, with plenty of agricultural land.  The city of Union is the county seat and it's centrally located within the county, at the crossroads of highway 176 and 49.

Many people choose to live in Union County because of the lower taxes and opportunity to own more land for reasonable prices.  Dollar General and Belk have distribution centers in Union County and they are some of the largest private employers, along with Milliken, Gestamp and Timken.  Plenty of people who live in Union County commute work in Spartanburg, Gaffney and Laurens.  The city of Union is big enough to have big box stores, grocery stores, banks, car dealerships, etc...  These and other amenities aren't far from most places in Union County.

As a Union County home inspector, we encounter homes that range from mobile homes to multi-million dollar estates.  Union County was formed in 1785, and there are some homes in the area that were built prior to the civil war.  There are some new residential communities being developed, but most of the Union County home inspections we perform involve older homes in established neighborhoods. Homes in Union County are often built on crawlspace and slab foundations, although there are some homes with basements as well.

There are plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation in Union County. Fishing and hunting are popular activities, as is kayaking and motorsports.  If you're looking for a relaxing spot for a picnic, head to Foster Park Lake.  If you want to wet a line, head for John D. Long lake.  If you like to kayak, head for the Broad River, which features some mild whitewater rapids.  If you like restaurants and shops, head to downtown Union.

Union County is a mostly close-knit community where neighbors take care of each other.  Lots of families there have resided in Union County for generations.  There are some farms in the area that have been owned and operated by the same family continuously for more than a century.

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