Although they strongly encourage you to attend the inspection so you can get a hands-on explanation, I unfortunately was out of state. Within a couple of days of the inspection, I received a 29-page report by email that seemed very complete. Along with explaining exactly what the inspection covers and doesn't cover, it included sections for General Condition, Exterior, Roof, chimney, garage, basement, plumbing, electrical, heating/gas, AC, water heater, interior, kitchen, bathroom, attic and crawlspace. For example, in the Exterior section, it listed: Driveway, walkways, exterior wall cladding, wall cladding condition, pics of areas not sealed, trim, windows and frames, gutters/downspouts, exterior doors, electrical, electrical/main service, gas/energy supply, exterior faucets, lot/grade drainage, foundation/type, retaining walls, porch, deck, fence/gate, plus exterior comments. That's just one section. On issues needing repair/replacement/further evaluation or improvements recommended, there were color pictures with red arrows showing exactly where and what the problem is. They also give their clients a big printed Maintenance Manual. In my report, they referenced how-to repairs using the manual -- for example, repairing minor cracks in plaster walls. Other handy info: what year an appliance such as a furnace was installed or manufactured (this collaborates the Seller's Disclosure info -- or not), manufacturer, age of equipment if known and it's remaining life expectancy, location of the water shut-off, gas shut-off, evidence of past leaks, safety issues, etc. The report is very concise and professional -- not wordy. I'm lucky this house is in really good condition, but I'll be referencing the report for years to come because it has valuable info in it that I would never have known. While they seem to be very busy (good-- I don't want to use someone who the locals know not to call!), they are very nice and responsive people to talk with and made sure I had all the info I needed and questions answered.