My Standard Home Inspection: I’ll inspect the structure, systems and components of the home, inside and out, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology.
I encourage you to attend your inspection so that I can describe my process, explain my findings, point out important maintenance items, and answer all of your questions.
As a state-licensed Certified Professional Inspector® trained by InterNACHI — the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors — I adhere to their comprehensive Residential Standards of Practice.
See Everything You Need To Know About a Home Inspection – an article on Redfin that we contributed to! Also, click here to see our Standards of Practice.
Seller’s Pre-Listing Inspection: If you’re selling your home, let me inspect it before you even list it. A Move-In Certified Seller Inspection alerts you to any defects or problems so that you can address them before prospective buyers discover them. Take the time you need to obtain reasonable repair estimates, avoid 11th-hour delays, and justify your full asking price by having your home for sale inspected now.
Annual Home Maintenance Inspection: This inspection can help you understand and plan for the demands of maintaining your home properly. Some tasks are seasonal, and some items require more frequent attention. Let me help you start on the path of responsible homeownership by identifying any issues, and educating you about what should be done to keep your home in top condition year-round.
Post-Disaster Inspection: Being a homeowner means occasionally facing a variety of predictable as well as unexpected events that can put your property and your family’s safety at risk. Flooding, wildfires, earthquakes, and any number of human-caused disasters can strike too close to home. Whether you had to evacuate and have returned home, or you’ve stayed put and weathered a catastrophe, it’s crucial that you have me perform a Post-Disaster Inspection so that I can check for any damage to your home’s structure, systems and components, as well identify any safety hazards that could threaten your family’s health and welfare.
• Structural Components
• Attic, Ventilation & Insulation
• Exterior Cladding
• Porch & Deck
• Attached Garage
• Electrical System
• Plumbing System
• HVAC System
• Interior, including:
- Built-In Appliances
- Ceilings, Floors & Walls