Credence Inspection Services

Guided Inspection

Guided Inspection involves providing personalized guidance and support to help clients navigate complex inspection challenges effectively. It aims to empower clients with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to achieve their quality goals and objectives.

With guided inspections, quality control becomes a collaborative effort, combining technology and expertise for optimal results.

Why Choose us?

Guided inspection offers several benefits, including:

  • Personalized assistance and support from experienced professionals with expertise in quality control and inspection.

  • Tailored solutions and recommendations based on your specific needs, challenges, and objectives.

  • Hands-on training and mentoring to enhance your understanding of inspection processes, standards, and best practices.


Credence Inspection Services guided inspection services include:

  • Consultation and assessment of your inspection needs, requirements, and objectives.

  • Development of customized inspection plans, protocols, and procedures tailored to your specific industry, products, and processes.

  • Training, mentoring, and ongoing support to equip your team with the knowledge, skills, and resources needed to conduct effective inspections independently.

The duration of a guided inspection can vary depending on the size and complexity of the property or equipment being inspected. For a standard residential property, it generally takes between 2 to 4 hours. Larger or more complex properties may take longer. The inspector will provide an estimated time based on the specifics of the inspection scope.

Before a guided inspection, you should:

  • Ensure Access: Make sure all areas of the property are accessible, including basements, attics, garages, and crawl spaces.
  • Provide Documentation: Have any relevant documents ready, such as previous inspection reports, maintenance records, and repair invoices.
  • Clean and Clear: Remove any clutter that might obstruct the inspector’s access to critical areas.
  • List Concerns: Prepare a list of any specific concerns or issues you want the inspector to address during the inspection.

After the guided inspection, the inspector will:

  • Review Findings: Provide an overview of the inspection findings, highlighting major issues and areas of concern.
  • Detailed Report: Deliver a comprehensive written report, usually within 24-48 hours, detailing the condition of each service point, any identified problems, and recommendations for repairs or further evaluation.
  • Consultation: Offer a follow-up consultation to discuss the report in detail, answer any questions, and advise on the next steps for addressing any issues found during the inspection.

How is Guided Inspection Used?

Our experienced inspectors work closely with your team to understand your inspection requirements and challenges. By providing personalized guidance, training, and support, we help you enhance your inspection capabilities, improve process efficiency, and achieve your quality goals with confidence.

The key components of a guided inspection

  • Inspection Scope :  Defines what is being inspected. 
  • Inspection Criteria : Lists specific standards or parameters that must be met.
  • Step-by-Step Instructions : Provides detailed guidance on how to conduct the inspection.
  • Documentation Requirements : Specifies what information needs to be recorded.
How can we help you?

Ensuring quality through meticulous inspection. Reach out to our team or inquire online for expert assistance.

Credence Inspection Services’ pre-shipment inspection gave us confidence in the quality of our products before shipment. Their detailed report helped us identify and resolve any issues, ensuring smooth transactions with our clients.

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