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Residential Home Inspection
This inspection is perfect before the purchase of a new-to-you home or for information on a home you already own and includes review of all the major systems, appliances, exterior, and interior
Builder Warranty Inspection
This inspection is perfect for a homeowner that is approaching the end of their first year of ownership after new construction. Schedule this anywhere from 7-11 months after the home was completed prior to your warranty review
Sewage line repairs can be among the most expensive repairs for homeowners. A sewer scope sends a camera into your main line to ensure there is proper pitch, flow, and construction of the line
New Construction Inspection
This inspection is perfect for a brand new home that has just been finished by a builder. It can be scheduled any time between when the home is fully completed and you close
5 Point Inspection
This inspection covers five of the major systems known to cause costly repairs. The five systems inspected are HVAC, plumbing, roof, structure, and electrical. This report is not as all-encompassing as a full home inspection
Thermal imaging allows the inspector to see potential water leaks, hidden areas of moisture, and check that appliances and heating/cooling systems are operating properly. It's included free in every inspection!
Well Water Testing
Well Water Testing is typically required by lenders for a home refinance or purchase where a well exists. Please ask your lender or Realtor which tests apply to your situation for the most appropriate package selection
This inspection is perfect for information prior to listing your home for sale. It will help you determine what repairs may need to be completed or what concerns potential buyers may have.
This inspection is for condo units. A condo unit is one that shares walls with other homes and the homeowner is only responsible for the interior elements of the unit. Check with your Realtor or HOA to see if this title applies to you!
Radon is a common issue in Colorado and it is important to have an EPA certified test completed by a trained professional. Radon tests take 48 hours to complete and the results can determine the need for a mitigation system