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Our Main purpose during the Home Inspection is to look out for the following 5 items:

  •  Health and Safety Issues

  • Structural Problems

  • Items or Systems in Need of Repair

  • Water Penetration and Its Affects

  • Insect Damage

In addition, our goal is to educate the buyer on the care and maintenance of a home to help your investment continue to increase in value according to the market value of the home. We abide by, but are not necessarily limited to the InterNACHI standards of practice. 

Home inspector inspecting Fireplace

Buyer's Inspection

To identify any potential issues or defects with the property that may affect its value or safety. The results of the inspection can then be used by the buyer to negotiate repairs or a lower price with the seller. Buyer's inspections are common in real estate transactions and are an important step in the due diligence process for buyers.

Home Exterior

Pre-Listing Inspection

 To identify any potential issues or defects with the property that may affect its value or marketability. The results of the inspection can help the seller make necessary repairs or disclose any known issues to potential buyers. It can also give buyers more confidence in the condition of the property and potentially lead to a smoother and faster sale process.

Home Inspector inspecting for mold

Mold Inspection

A mold inspection is an assessment of a building or home to identify any potential mold growth. The inspection includes a visual inspection of the interior and exterior of the building, as well as testing for mold spores in the air (Air Quality Samples)  and on surfaces (Swab Samples). The samples taken are then sent for laboratory analysis.

Sewer Line Inspections

Sewer Line Scope Inspection

A sewer line inspection is a process of examining the condition and functionality of a property's sewer system. It involves using specialized equipment, such as a camera or video scope, to inspect the inside of the sewer pipes and identify any potential issues or blockages. The inspection also include checking for leaks, cracks, or other damage to the pipes, as well as assessing the overall health of the sewer system. This type of inspection is often recommended before purchasing a new property or if there are concerns about the sewer system's performance

Roof Inspections

4-Point Inspection

A 4 point inspection is a type of home inspection that focuses on four main areas of a property: the roof, electrical system, plumbing system, and HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) system. This type of inspection is typically required by insurance companies before they will provide coverage for an older home or a home with a history of insurance claims. The purpose of a 4 point inspection is to assess the condition and age of these four critical systems and identify any potential safety hazards or major issues that could affect the insurability of the property.

Pool inspections

Pool & Spa Inspection

A pool inspection is a thorough evaluation of a swimming pool and its surrounding areas to assess its safety, functionality, and overall condition. It is conducted by a professional certified pool & spa inspector who checks for any potential hazards or issues that may need to be addressed. The inspection cover areas such as the pool readily visible structure, equipment, fencing, and deck or patio. The purpose of a pool inspection is to identify any potential problems and provide recommendations for maintenance or repairs to ensure the safety and proper functioning of the pool.

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What to expect during a home inspection?

During a home inspection, our certified inspector will thoroughly assess the condition of a property to identify any potential issues or safety concerns. They will typically check for structural integrity, roofing, plumbing, electrical systems, and the overall condition of the home's interior and exterior according to the SOP's by InterNACHI. Additionally, our home inspectors will look for signs of infestations, water damage, and potential health hazards such as mold and will point you to an specialist. 

When scheduling a home inspection, homeowners and homebuyers can expect our home inspector to arrive with specialized tools and equipment to aid in their assessment. They will typically spend several hours thoroughly examining the property and will  provide a detailed report of their findings afterwards. You can look at our Sample Reports . Homebuyers and sellers can use this information to make informed decisions about the property and negotiate any necessary repairs or adjustments to the sales price.

Our inspections include, at the minimum, the following components:

  • Roof, Vents, Flashings, and Trim
  • Gutters and Downspouts
  • Skylights and Chimneys (when accessible)
  • Decks, Porches, Walkways, and Railings
  • Eaves, Soffits, and Fascia
  • Grading and Drainage
  • Basement and Foundation (including accessible crawlspaces)
  • Water Penetration
  • Heating and Cooling Systems
  • Main Water Shut Off Valves
  • Water Heating System
  • Interior Plumbing Fixtures
  • Drainage Sump Pumps
  • Electrical Service Line and Meter Box
  • Main Disconnect and Service
  • Electrical Panel, Breakers, and Fuses
  • Grounding and Bonding
  • GFCI’s and AFCI’s
  • Fireplace Dampers, Doors, and Hearth
  • Attic Framing, Insulation, and Ventilation (when accessible)
  • Garage Doors, Safety Sensors, and Openers

What Our Clients Are Saying...

Loved There Friendly and professional service. They came with masks on. They were considered of our safety as well as there's in these very trying times. We were very pleased with the services. I highly recommend there service

Arlen - Client, Hesperia CA


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