Get a Home Inspection in Colorado Springs

PremierOne Home Inspections, LLC is a certified and insured, local, family-owned home inspection company based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. We offer many types of home inspection services and additional testing services that provide a great deal of value while keeping our pricing competitive. We have earned hundreds of 5-star reviews over the years and a great reputation in our community, of which we are extremely proud and attribute to our great team of inspectors. In the state of Colorado, no regulations exist for home inspectors. Anyone can decide one day they want to be a home inspector and perform an inspection the very next day with little or no training. This is completely legal! No matter what company you choose to do a home inspection, it is vital that you check to ensure your inspector has elected to become certified, has prior experience, and is properly insured. All of our inspectors are certified through the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI), which has the highest industry standards, to include a continuing education requirement and a code of ethics that must be followed. In addition to certification, our inspectors collectively possess extensive backgrounds in construction, and have thousands of home inspections under their belts. With this experience you can be confident you are receiving the very best possible service, and we will inspect your home as if our own families will be be living there.

Our Premier Inspection Guarantee

Any company can boast of their merits, but we take pride in standing behind those words. Every inspection is backed by our Premier Inspection Guarantee. In the unlikely event our inspector misses something that should have been noted on the report and is within the standards of a non-invasive home inspection, we will send someone out to make repairs at no cost to you. This is our personal guarantee; we do not refer this service to a third-party entity. PremierOne is local, and our team lives in this community. Our inspectors are your neighbors and will treat you as such with personal service and high integrity. We understand our reputation is on the line and, in a business that thrives by word of mouth, we can assure you we earn our excellent reputation by taking care of our clients who have put their trust in us. Click Here for More Information

Types of Home Inspections

Additional Home Inspection Services

Lead Based Paint Testing

Asbestos Testing

Pet Odor Locator

Water Testing

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Nervous about your inspection?

The process can be stressful. A home inspection should give you peace of mind, although initially it sometimes has the opposite effect. You will be asked to absorb considerable information in a short time, which includes a written report, photographs, environmental reports, and comments by inspector during the inspection. All of this, combined with the seller’s disclosure and what you personally notice, can make the experience even more overwhelming. What should you do?

Relax. Most of your inspection will involve your home inspector making maintenance recommendations, giving life expectancy for various systems and components, and noting minor imperfections. This information is useful. However, the important issues will fall into four categories:

  1. Major defects. An example of this would be a structural failure.
  2. Issues that lead to major defects, such as a small roof flashing leak.
  3. Items that may hinder your ability to finance, legally occupy, or insure the home.
  4. Safety hazards, such as an exposed, live bus bar at the electrical panel.

Anything in these categories that was noted during your home inspection in should be addressed. Often, a serious problem can be corrected inexpensively to protect both life and property (especially in categories 2 and 4).

Most sellers are honest and often surprised to learn of defects found during a home inspection. Sellers are under no obligation to repair everything mentioned in the report. No home is perfect so keep things in perspective and know that, more often than not, defects can be repaired fairly easily. Your inspector is available to answer any questions or concerns you have and will help in whatever way possible to assist you through this process.