About Logic Home Inspections

​The purpose of a home inspection is to to assess the condition of the house at the time of the inspection using visual observations, simple tools and normal homeowner operational controls; and to report deficiencies of specific systems and components.

Logic Home Inspections must perform all inspections in compliance with the Standards of Practice set forth by InterNACHI.

A home inspection is not technically exhaustive and does not identify concealed conditions or latent defects.

I’m Johnny Scering, a Certified home inspector.  I am the owner and operator of Logic Home Inspections, a local and independently owned small business operating out of Orange, California.  Entrust me to be your Home Buyer’s Advocate.​

I was a Realtor and I have kept my license active so that I can utilize my supra Key. I am the only Inspector in my area that has a Supra e-Key on my phone. I am able to access properties and this very convenient for Agents.

I have a Drone that I use for Roof inspections. And I also use a thermal imaging camera.

I use a Top to Bottom approach when inspecting homes. I use this approach when Inspecting the roof and exterior, every room in the home and even the HVAC systems and appliances. This system helps me find every defect and ensures I don’t miss anything. During the inspection, I take pictures of every defect and at the end of the inspection I load all the photos on a laptop and go over all of my findings with you and take my time explaining the solutions and recommendations. I also make sure the buyer understands how to work their new home. A home is a like a big machine with moving and breathing parts and it’s important that you know how to run it so that it lasts a long time and stays in good condition.

My Father was a contractor and I grew up working with him in many facets of construction such as Electrical, Plumbing, Carpentry and Roofing. In 2009 I decided to become a Realtor and started selling houses. I eventually came to the conclusion that I would rather be building and fixing homes than selling them and realized that Real Estate sales was not for me. But it was working as a Realtor that I was introduced to the Home Inspection business. During inspections, I would find myself following the inspector around and in awe of what he was doing and realized I wanted to inspect homes.

So I merged my construction and real estate experience together and became a Home Inspector.

I received training at one of the top Home Inspection training schools in the Nation. Not only did my Construction experience help me as a Home Inspector but my Real Estate experience also helped me by understanding the real estate transaction and the stress that the buyers are going through and it helped me better work with Real Estate Agents. I understand that once you open escrow you only have 17 days or sometimes less to get all inspections completed during your contingency period. You need an experienced Home Inspector who can provide you with an Inspection report quickly. You will need that Inspection Report so you and your Realtor can negotiate on repairs or money back at closing. My job as an inspector is to help you make an informed decision on the purchase of your new home and in the end help save you money.

Certified by the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors

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