The General Inspection abides by the Standards of Practice (SOP) as stated by InterNACHI. We thoroughly inspect residential homes and commercial properties for any defects or damages that buyers should be aware of. The inspection includes the following readily-accessible areas:
- Structural system
- Roof system
- Electrical system
- Plumbing system
- Heating system
- Air-conditioning system
- Insulation and ventilation
- Fireplaces and solid fuel-burning appliances
With a Thermal Imaging camera, we are able to see areas of heat loss that would not be visible otherwise. Thermal Imaging may allow us to detect deficiencies such as moisture intrusion in the walls, or find issues in the home’s electrical panel.
Mold Investigation, Sampling, & Testing
In-depth mold inspection and sampling collections. Samples professionally screened and processed by a laboratory. Fast, accurate results to give you peace of mind.
Advanced Moisture Detection System
Our advanced moisture meter detection system is a state-of-the-art tool, used to measure levels of moisture in different areas of the home. With this accurate diagnostic tool, we know where to look for signs of moisture intrusion and mold growth in the home.
We use a Spectoscope to inspect roofs and other high-up areas that are difficult to see and reach on foot. The tool is a long pole that can be attached to our phone camera, allowing us to see out-of-reach areas right on the screen.
A Re-Inspection can offer home buyers some additional peace of mind. We will revisit the home after a General Inspection, ensuring that the agreed-upon repairs and changes have been made accordingly and keeping buyer and seller on the same page.
In today’s competitive housing market, sellers want their homes to stand out from the crowd and be as move-in ready as possible. We will inspect the home before it is listed, helping sellers find the problems in the home that they don’t want buyers to find first.
New Construction Inspection
Phase Inspections can be completed at different points throughout the entire construction process. By having phases inspected individually before moving onto the next task, builders can guarantee a more complete and high-quality finished product.
11th Month Warranty Inspection
Many new homes are sold with a one-year builder’s warranty. This warranty protects new homeowners from the costs associated with repairing defects in construction. By having the home inspected for these defects during the 11th month, owners can take full advantage of the warranty and have repairs made before it is over.
Annual Maintenance Inspection
Annual maintenance inspections are valuable for monitoring the status and annual maintenance on various home systems. For example, checking vent connections, filters, and other HVAC parts. This service ensures the home is operating smoothly, and can help homeowners stay a step ahead of potentially expensive problems.
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PO Box 186
Hammond, OR. 97121