Preparing For The Inspection
For a complete inspection to be preformed the electric, water, and gas must be turned on in the home. We encourage the perspective buyer to attend the home inspection; the inspection should take about two to four hours depending on the size of the home.  Being at the inspection gives you a unique opportunity to learn about the home and its systems.

What We Inspect
• Foundation, Basement, and Under-floor Areas
• Exterior grade – doors, walkways, patios, decks, wall cladding and trim
• Roof coverings from the roof, drainage, flashings, skylights
• Attic areas and roof framing
• All visible plumbing and water heaters
• Electrical switches, outlets, lighting fixtures and panels
• Heating and cooling systems
• Fireplaces and chimneys
• Interior – walls, ceilings, floors, doors, and windows
• Pools and spas

The Report
Sample Report (PDF File)

While you review our report, take notice that the report starts with a summary. In this section you will have all of the discrepancies that might require maintenance attention before the close of escrow. The main report includes plenty of very informative narratives along with any minor discrepancies that the home might have. The report is very easy to read and includes pictures to pin point the very issue that requires attention. Some of the reports can be lengthy, so we included a table of contents for your convenience.

Education and Certifications
* AHIT – American Home Inspectors Training Institute
* CREIA – California Real Estate Inspection Association
* TRI – Tile Roofing Institute Certified Installer