I live in the Denver metro area of Colorado and offer my services to the Denver area and its neighboring regions. While I’m open to traveling greater distances, please note that for locations exceeding a 50-mile radius from
my current location, there may be an additional travel fee applied.
Although the decision to schedule a home inspection is ultimately your choice, it is highly recommended. Virtually every house has imperfections, but with time and resources, most issues can be rectified. When you consider the value of the home you’re contemplating, the peace of mind gained from understanding its condition is a valuable investment. This is particularly true in uncertain market conditions, where having a clear picture of what you’re getting into can prove invaluable.
Home inspections aren’t just for buyers! If you’re preparing to list your home for sale, an inspection can provide valuable insights into necessary repairs or issues that a buyer’s inspector might uncover. Surprisingly, it’s also a wise move when purchasing a newly constructed property, as it can reveal any construction or installation issues that need addressing. Moreover, if you have a builder’s warranty, scheduling an 11-month inspection can help document any potential problems before the warranty expires, ensuring that you’re not left responsible for costly repairs once the warranty period ends.
A home inspection primarily focuses on functional aspects and safety, not cosmetic defects or property valuation. The inspector doesn’t provide an opinion on whether you should buy the property. It’s essential to remember that most issues are fixable with time and resources, and the decision is ultimately yours.
Also, home inspectors are not code inspectors; there is no “pass” or “fail.” Safety concerns are noted, but it’s up to you to address them.
The inspector can’t guarantee that conditions will remain the same after the inspection. Additionally, some defects may be concealed, and if so, they cannot be reported. Nonetheless, the inspection provides valuable insights into the property’s systems and condition.
Yes! I commit to delivering your inspection report within 24 hours of completing the inspection. If, for any reason, I fail to meet this timeline, I’ll refund $100 of your inspection fee. The report will provide a concise summary of the property’s features and defects, accompanied by photos and, occasionally, videos of the inspected areas to enhance your understanding of my findings.
The duration of inspections varies based on several factors, with the size and age of the house being the primary considerations. On average, inspections for medium-sized homes typically take between two and three hours. Factors such as the amount of personal belongings in the house and the ease of access to various components can also influence the inspection duration.
I maintain a flexible inspection schedule to accommodate clients with various work commitments, operating at least six days a week (I always commit one day each week to rest). Typically, inspections are scheduled at around 8 am, 12 pm, and 4 pm, though depending on the day and the number of inspections I have scheduled that day, this can vary.
Weather conditions can sometimes be beneficial during inspections, such as rain helping identify roof or foundation leaks. However, rest assured that I can conduct your inspection regardless of the weather, barring any exceptional circumstances.
The cost of the inspection can vary, typically falling within the range of $300 to $700. This price range is influenced by factors like the size and age of the house. Additional services like radon testing, sewer scope, and
others may incur additional charges. However, I do offer certain discounts, such as 15% off to all service members, first responders, and police. If you are interested in getting a quote, don’t hesitate to call, text, or