Home energy audits

Our Oregon Certified Home Inspections include all of the systems listed below with full comprehensive reports delivered same day.

  • Attic (Insulation and Ventilation)
  • Basement / Foundation / Crawlspace / Structure
  • Deck
  • Doors and Windows
  • Electrical System
  • Exterior
  • Fireplace
  • Garage
  • Heating/Cooling System
  • Interior
  • Plumbing System
  • Sidewalks and Driveways
  • Roof
  • A home inspection is a non-invasive examination of the condition of a home, often in connection with the sale of that home. Home inspections are usually conducted by a home inspector who has the training and certifications to perform such inspections.

    The purpose of a home inspection is to identify any potential problems with the home that the buyer may not be aware of. This includes problems with the home’s structure, systems, and components. The home inspector will also look for any safety hazards.

    A home inspection can be a valuable tool for buyers, as it can help them to avoid buying a home with major problems. However, it is important to remember that a home inspection is not a guarantee that the home is free of problems. The home inspector may not be able to identify all potential problems, and some problems may not become apparent until after the buyer has moved into the home.

    If you are buying a home, it is important to get a home inspection. This will help you to make an informed decision about whether or not to buy the home.

    Here are some of the things that a home inspector will typically look for:

    • The home’s structure, including the foundation, walls, roof, and floors
    • The home’s systems, including the plumbing, electrical, heating, and cooling systems
    • The home’s components, including the windows, doors, and appliances
    • The home’s safety, including fire and carbon monoxide detectors

    The home inspector will also look for any signs of water damage, mold, pests, or other problems.

    After the home inspection is complete, the home inspector will provide you with a report that details their findings. This report will be a valuable resource for you as you make your decision about whether or not to buy the home.

    Here are some tips for getting a home inspection:

    • Get multiple estimates from different home inspectors.
    • Make sure the home inspector is licensed and insured.
    • Ask the home inspector about their experience and qualifications.
    • Be present during the home inspection so that you can ask questions and understand the findings.
    • Read the home inspection report carefully and ask the home inspector to explain any findings that you do not understand.

    A home inspection is an important part of the home buying process. By getting a home inspection, you can help to protect yourself from buying a home with major problems.