Here's a list of our inspection services. Feel free to ask us about additional types of inspections. We perform all of our inspections according to the Inspection Standards of Practice of InterNACHI and CCPIA.
We follow comprehensive Residential Standards of Practice established by InterNACHI. This means that we will inspect the visible and accessible structure, systems, and components of the home, inside and out, from the foundation to the roof, using the latest tools and technology.
Any of our specialty inspections can be added to a home inspection. Details about them can be seen in the services section of this website. Package pricing is seen in the scheduling section. This can save time, and money, when booking your inspections.
Following our evaluation, we will compile our findings in an easy-to-read report, which will include detailed descriptions and photos of any issues we’ve discovered. We will deliver your report within 24 hours, and our job isn’t finished until you understand everything in it.
A Multi-Unit Inspection is an inspection of a property that has two or more units. It is like a regular home inspection because every item in each unit is often inspected.Having each unit inspected is very important because the systems in each unit are used differently by the changing tenants over the years.
Most of our investor clients include sewer line, mold/moisture or other specialty inspections at the same time as the physical inspection. This saves time by only having to access each unit 1 time.
Our inspections allow an investor to understand the current condition of the property, as well as budget for expected upgrades and repairs as needed.
Inspection Pros Inc is a well-trained, organized, and efficient team that has done many large-scale commercial and investment properties from 200,000 sq ft +/- warehouses to several acre 150 unit multi-family complexes.
We can scale resources to address your needs, from small, free-standing buildings to large apartment complexes or shopping/strip malls.
The technical term is 'Sewer Lateral Inspection.' This is the process of using a camera to internally inspect the line from the sewer access point to the city connection. This is commonly done through an access point at the front or side yard. Occasionally this may involve accessing from the roof, a pulled toilet, or, the crawl space.
The real purpose of this inspection is to determine the condition of the interior surface and connections of the sewer line. The purpose 'IS NOT' to reach the city connection, though that is the preferred outcome. Roots, shifting, or damaged pipes can all be seen through a sewer camera and this is often some of the best insurance when buying a home.
Any property inspection should involve a sewer line inspection with a video that you can review later and send to contractors to get bids if needed. We do not do repairs ourselves so our opinion is unbiased.
A Level I chimney inspection includes a visual check of the fireplace and chimney without any special equipment or climbing up on the roof. The inspector will check the chimney and accessible flue with a flashlight, look for damage, obstructions, creosote buildup/soot, and tell you if the chimney requires sweeping or maintenance/repair.
A Level II chimney inspection starts with the visual check and ends with the inspection of the interior of the flue with a CCTV camera. This is the only possible way to assess the condition of the system in areas that are not visible from the fireplace opening or the exterior.
We take your home inspection needs seriously. With over 25 years of experience in the industry, our team of inspectors is dedicated to providing you with the highest quality of service.
We provide comprehensive home inspections and also specialize in mold testing and inspection.
We also offer infrared imaging and thermal imaging to help identify potential issues with your home. With our top-notch customer service and commitment to excellence, you can rest assured that you are in good hands.
Your pool requires proper maintenance and regular inspection so that you can enjoy it for years to come. Your pool maintenance professional is responsible only for the pool’s chemistry and cleanliness.
Let us inspect it for all the other items that will ensure its proper condition and safety.
We follow a comprehensive checklist and will inspect for the following: water level, accessible plumbing leaks, valves, staining, and, biological growth, heater, pump(s) adequate fencing and gate security, deck safety, electrical safety, switches, alarms, lighting and more.
In the past few years the State of California and passed Bills through the House to become Laws regarding safety items required in and around pools and spas. Any homeowner with a pool should be aware of thse items and make corrections as needed.
A Deck Inspection is an important part of any Home Inspection.A Deck Inspection can provide valuable information about the stability, safety, and condition of the deck and its components.
The inspector will check the condition of the deck's surface, posts, railings, stairs, and other components.
They will also check for signs of rot, corrosion, and other damage that could cause the deck to be unsafe. An inspector may also check for structural integrity and adherence to local building codes.
A Deck Inspection is an important step in ensuring the safety of your family and your home. If a deck is deemed unsafe from underneath, the inspector should not walk out onto the deck to inspect decking, handrails, etc.The inspector should stop and report the safety issues.
At Inspection Pros, we offer comprehensive electrical home inspection services to ensure the safety of your home. Our certified home inspectors will thoroughly inspect all electrical components, including outlets, circuit breakers, wiring, and any other electrical components. We will provide you with a detailed report of any issues or potential safety hazards that we uncover so that you can make informed decisions about the electrical systems in your home. Additionally, our home inspectors are available to answer any questions you may have and provide advice on how to maintain a safe and efficient electrical system. With our home inspection services, you can be confident that your home is safe and up to code.
Do you need just a roof inspection performed for insurance or other purposes?
Inspection Pros offers comprehensive roof home inspection services to help you determine the condition of your roof and identify potential issues that could require repair or replacement. With decades of combined inspection experience, our team of experts will provide a detailed report that will help you make an informed decision.
We will perform a standalone Roof Inspection your roof from the eaves, as well as walk it (when it is safe to do so) to assess its overall condition, including the presence and status of flashing, chimneys, vents, skylights, and other penetrations.
The foundation inspection is an important part of any home inspection. It is essential to inspect the foundation of a home before purchasing to ensure that the structure is safe and secure. A foundation inspection can identify potential issues such as cracks, shifting, or water seepage. It can also help determine if the home is at risk of future foundation failure. A qualified home inspector will examine the foundation for any signs of distress, including visible signs of shifting, cracking, or movement. They will also look for any signs of water seepage or leakage.
By inspecting the foundation of a home, potential buyers can be sure that the home is structurally sound and will not require any costly repairs in the future.
Especially if you’re a new homeowner, an Annual Home Maintenance Inspection can help you understand and plan for the demands of maintaining your home properly.
Some tasks are seasonal, and some items require more frequent attention. Let us help you start on the path of responsible homeownership by identifying any issues, and educating you about what should be done each year to keep your home in top condition.
Even if you’re a veteran homeowner, our inspections can verify whether your home’s maintenance is sufficient, or whether any problems have developed during the past year. Consider us your 'Ounce of Prevention'.
New Construction Inspection
Are you building a new home? We'll come out during different phases of the construction process to make sure your project is being executed according to your specs.
We can verify that scheduled work has been completed before you make a payment to your contractor.
We'll also come out before project completion to help you and your general contractor devise a punch list of the remaining items.
This is not a code-compliance inspection for your contractor, but a New Construction Inspection for you.
Moisture meters can help to detect and quantify the amount of moisture actually in building material.
We may use a moisture meter to check areas around plumbing pipes, air conditioning units, bathroom toilets, and showers, and wooden components near or in contact with the ground surface.Appliances may cause water leaks or cause condensation problems that may result in elevated levels of moisture.
A professional inspector with a moisture meter is equipped to find the source of moisture and water problems in a house. Once discovered, all moisture intrusion problems must be immediately corrected before mold growth develops.
At Home Inspection, we provide a full inspection verification service. Our experts will thoroughly inspect all areas of your home, making sure that everything is up to code and functioning properly. We also check for any potential safety issues and recommend any necessary repairs or maintenance. Our inspection verification process is thorough and reliable, ensuring that your home is safe and secure. Our team of experienced inspectors is dedicated to providing you with the best possible service, so you can rest assured that your home is in good hands. We strive to provide the highest quality service and satisfaction, so you can have peace of mind when it comes to your home.