We will inspect the structure, systems and components of the interior and exterior of the home, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology.
We encourage you to attend your inspection so we can describe the process, explain our findings, point out important maintenance issues, and answer all your questions.
Your inspector adheres to a comprehensive residential standards of practice, which includes those items specifically required by both InterNACHI and TREC. We will inspect the following, when visible and accessible.
A sellers inspection is a great way to prepare a home for the competitive market, and help sellers find issues in the home that they may want to repair prior to buyers seeing them themselves. A sellers inspection can also reveal issues which may assist the seller in determining the listing price.
We suggest that homeowners who are covered under a one-year builders warranty have the home inspected during the 11th month. During this inspection, we search the home for any of the issues the warranty covers, allowing the owner to request repairs before they run out of time
A new construction inspection is a great idea to ensure that defects that may be ultimately hidden from view by finish construction are discovered prior to that phase.
Your pool and spa require proper maintenance and regular inspections so that You can enjoy them for years to come. Your pool maintenance professional is responsible only for your pool chemistry and cleanliness. Using a comprehensive checklist, I will also inspect your pool and spa for all the other items that will ensure their proper condition and function, as well as your family safety.
Wood destroying insects can hide and go undetected for a long time, but there are many telltale signs for different species that can cause damage. I’ll inspect your home for evidence of infestation now before becomes an expensive problem later.