What do we Inspect?
Roof, vents, flashings, and trim.
Gutters and downspouts.
Skylight, chimney and other roof penetrations.
Decks, stoops, porches, walkways, and railings.
Eaves, soffit and fascia.
Grading and drainage.
Basement, foundation and crawlspace.
Water penetration and foundation movement.
Main water shut off valves.
Water heating system.
Interior plumbing fixtures and faucets.
Drainage sump pumps with accessible floats.
Electrical service line and meter box.
Main disconnect and service amperage.
Electrical panels, breakers and fuses.
Grounding and bonding.
GFCI’s and AFCI’s.
Fireplace damper door and hearth.
Insulation and ventilation.
Garage doors, safety sensors, and openers.
And much more.
Types of Inspections offered:
Seller: This inspection is ordered by a homeowner prior to a sale of their home. This is informational for the seller and
allows a clear picture of actual costs associated with selling their home in the near future.
Buyer: This inspection is ordered by the potential buyer of a property, and is the most popular type of home inspection.
This is generally during ordered and completed during the 10 day inspection period granted in most Arizona Real Estate
Contracts. This inspection will reveal any findings to the buyer, and the buyer then chooses to proceed with the sale,
counter offer, etc.
Re-inspection: This type of inspection is ordered when the initial inspection is complete and the list of suggested
repairs are completed. For a very reduced cost an inspector will come back and look over any repairs to be sure that all
are completed properly, and up to the most current standards.
Home Preservation: This is for the homeowner who wants to be sure that necessary repairs/improvements are being
done. Initially the home is inspected and the full fee is charged. After the initial inspection we will return once a year to
do a complete inspection, at a significantly reduced set-price for up to 5 years. This is geared toward the homeowner
who wants to be sure that proper maintenance is occurring. This is a great idea for anyone!
Warranty Inspection: This is for the smart shopper who has purchased a new home, that is still under warranty. We
will inspect the home just prior to the expiration of the builder warranty, to find any issues that need to be addressed. Once
we are finished you can request the builder complete the repairs as you are still warranted. We check things that typical
home owner's may not be aware of. This inspection is usually completed at 11 months after closing on your new home, as
most builders offer a standard 1 year warranty on everything in the home.