These lists can give you an idea of what your home inspection may cover, but they are not a comprehensive list of the items that are inspected. A detailed Work Agreement will be emailed for you to review prior to your inspection. If you have any questions, just give us a call at 602-345-0092 and we're happy to chat with you!
Walls, trim, flashings
Any decks, balconies, stoops, steps, areaways, porches, and railings
Vegetation, grading, drainage
Walkways & sidewalks
Patio floor and cover
Eaves, soffits and fascias
Fences and gates
Exterior features including a basic irrigation
Steps, stairways, balconies and railings
Cabinets and countertops
Foundations, basements and crawlspaces
Columns or piers
Main water shut off device
Plumbing drain, waste and vent systems
Plumbing water supply and distribution systems
Hot water systems
Fuel distribution systems
Main fuel shut off
Main electric panel
Wiring and conduit
Connected devices and fixtures
Polarity and grounding
Carbon monoxide detectors
Heating / Central Air Conditioning
Chimneys, flues and vents
Insulation and Ventilation
Insulation in attic
Ventilation of attic and foundation areas
Venting systems including baths, laundry and kitchen
Door to interior
Automatic opener including safety features
Fire rating compliance
Food waste disposer
What Makes Us Different
Experience - each of our inspectors have more than a decade of experience.
Above and beyond the standard! We take pride in the informative reports we deliver by going above and beyond the standards required of home inspectors, items such as smoke detectors, sprinkler systems, non-installed appliances and more than a "representative sample" of outlets and windows are included in our inspections.
Detailed, comprehensive 20-40 page report, on average, with summary of critical items and photos throughout.
Our reports average three times the photos for better documentation.
Extensive photo documentation includes general conditions, deficiencies, specific hazards, maintenance recommendations and data plates of all major appliances.
Infrared certified - Each of our inspectors completed additional training and are infrared certified.
We spend extra time carefully reviewing our findings of the property with you at the end of each inspection. Our inspector will personally walk the property with you pointing out his findings and educating you about your home.
The results are clear, easy to understand and will put things into perspective so you can make informed decisions.
Optional services you may want to add to your home inspection.
Pools include several complicated systems and include many safety items. If you are purchasing a home with a pool, including a pool inspection is a smart choice! Our pool inspections are thorough and go above the standards to ensure you are getting comprehensive information about your new pool. Craig, our lead trainer, owned a pool company and taught the pool inspection class for home inspectors at Arizona School of Real Estate and Business. He used his extensive knowledge to train our team of inspectors to provide more value to our clients.
- Pool body
- Decks, steps and coping
- Surrounding decking and concrete
- Pumps and visible plumbing valves
- Filtration system
- Skimmers and drains
- Pool heaters
- Permanent accessories
- Timers and general electrical
- Underwater lighting and GFCI protection
- Automatic water leveling system
- Cleaning systems
- Blowers and bubblers
- Fencing and child safe barriers
- Handrails and ladders
Using infrared cameras, our specially trained thermography inspectors look for items that may not be seen with the naked eye during a regular home inspection. We've found whole walls missing insulation! (This is a great add-on for new construction inspections.) Thermography also highlights when leaks or moisture are present in walls.
Our home inspections include a basic irrigation check, where we check the valves and for any readily visible leaks or issues with your irrigation system. A full irrigation inspection is a more detailed and thorough irrigation inspection for the new homeowner who wants to know more.