Home Inspection Services in Colorado Springs

Our comprehensive inspection report goes over 400+ items in the home that may affect safety, functionality and insurability of the home. The inspection is performed top to bottom and identifies any issues that may be important for you as a home buyer to know. You and your Realtor will receive an emailed inspection report by the following morning detailing the condition of the home. Here are a list of some of the major areas of the home we look at:

  • Roof
  • Exterior conditions and surface grading
  • Appliances
  • Electrical
  • Plumbing
  • Ventilation and Insulation
  • Attics / Basements / Crawlspaces
  • Foundation / Slabs / Floors / Walls / Ceilings
  • Heating and Cooling
  • Garage, Driveway, Walkways

Here is a link to the NACHI standards of practice we follow: https://www.nachi.org/sop.htm

These Standards of Practice are what we adhere to be sure we are providing all of our clients with the same quality and thoroughness in every inspection we perform. We are certified through the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (NACHI), they have the highest industry standards, including a code of ethics that must be adhered to.

Types Of Home Inspection We Offer

  • Buyer Inspection: When buying a home it is very important to get a solid picture of the condition of the home to reduce any expensive fixes or surprises down the line. It’s a small investment to ensure the proper safety and functioning of your potential home.
  • Seller Inspection (Pre-Listing): We offer current homeowners who are getting ready to list their home for sale a pre-listing inspection so that you are ahead of the game once you start getting interested buyers. You’ll know before you put home on the market if there is anything that would be flagged during a buyer inspection. Being pro-active and fixing any issues ahead of time can reduce the likelihood of someone backing out of the contract to buy your home. They may even choose to not get their own inspection done if they see you have done it ahead of time.
  • New Construction: It is just as important to get an inspection on a newly constructed home to make sure that everything was done correctly. We can perform inspection after the completion of the home but also offer to do it in stages as the home is progressing (foundation, framing, plumbing, etc).
  • Warranty Inspection: Many new construction homes come with a 1 year limited warranty. Many of these homeowners choose to get an inspection done to find any hidden issues so that the homeowner can request these fixes be made by the builder before that warranty expires.