I had HDS inspect a condo that I was buying for my daughter in May 2003 and no electrical issues were identified. I am currently selling the condo (July 2009) and the buyer's home inspector found issues with the breaker box (two terminals were double connected). Since no electrical work was done on the condo, while I owned it, my realtor identified this issue to HDS. HDS dismissed my complaint without any investigation or inspection and asserted that their inspector would not have missed such an obvious issue; therefore, I must have changed the breaker box after moving in. The cost of this repair is about $50 so money was not the issue. I would have been happy with an investigation with some corrective action even if did not result in reimbursing my cost. However, being accused of not being truthful about the electrical work done on my condo was very galling. The President of HDS seemed very put out that he even had to deal with my complaint. I would not recommend this inspector to anyone buying a home.