certified home inspection companyHome Inspections

The purchase of your home is one of the largest investments you will make in your lifetime. We follow the national and state standards of practice to include: roof, exterior, basement, foundation, crawlspace and structure. We also inspect heating, cooling, plumbing, electrical, fireplace, attic, insulation and ventilation, doors, windows and interior to include built in appliances such as stove and microwave.

quality home inspectionsWe use thermal imaging with each inspection and it is included in the price. This is a helpful tool to find hidden moisture, leaks, or other conditions such as missing insulation between walls which could contribute to energy loss. This is included in the price because it is a great tool to give you a better inspection.
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radon inspectorMany things can happen in the first year with a new home. Do not miss out on your 1-year warranty with the builder.  Make sure you get your 11-month warranty inspection… Read More

house inspection vancouverMold Inspections

The Northwest is a beautiful place to live. One of the downsides to our regional climate is the content battle against mold, which thrives in moisture. I have the latest equipment to test for mold and will send it to the lab for a detailed report. This all in a quick turn around time… Read More

house inspectorsRadon Testing

Radon is a gas produced by the radioactive decay of the element radium. Radon is the second leading cause of lung cancer. Make sure your home is safe by having it tested. If found radon can usually be easily mitigated… Read More

Sewer Scope

A sewer scope inspection can be one of the best investments you do during a home inspection.  Many sewer lines in the area are at their end of life.  Even new homes can have issues with the sewer pipes being damaged during the construction process.  Sewer repair can cost over $10,000. It is important that you get a sewer scope done prior to closing on your home. Don’t call a plumbing company to do your sewer scope.  A home inspector is not biased trying to make money by replacing your sewer.  We just want to make sure you are making a good investment on your home.