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InspectPro Core Values:

Our company is dedicated to providing you with valuable information about your purchase or the home you are occupying. We thoroughly inspect all major components of the subject property to identify safety and functional defects. We offer advice about how to maintain your home. Our company will give you the information you need to make an informed decision. 

Our goal is to build a strong relationship as your trusted inspection service.  We strive to provide the best product and service in the industry. 

We independently represent the client’s best interests because inspection is our only business.  In the unregulated home inspection industry, we offer unmatched professional credentials and integrity. We are committed to providing the best service for the exclusive benefit of our clients.​

  • What is Inspected?
    Observable and accessible components of the Structure, Roof, Electrical, Heating and Cooling systems, Plumbing, Exterior, Grounds, interior rooms including all accessible windows, doors, outlets, walls, ceilings, floors, light fixtures, appliances, plumbing. The following are some of the many items we will be inspecting: Foundation and support structure Roof systems, gutters and downspouts Attic insulation and ventilation Plumbing system, fixtures and water heater Electrical outlets and lighting, Electrical service panel and sub-panels Heating system and Central Air Conditioning system Grounds including drainage, walks and driveways, decks and patios Garages, Carports, Workshops, or other external buildings Steps and stairs inside and outside Interior components, Walls, Floors, Windows and Doors Built-in appliances Keep in mind, a home inspection is limited to conditions that are visually discernible.
  • Are you qualified for Denver Residential Rental Property Inspections?
    Yes. Our ICC Certified Inspectors perform inspections as prescribed by the “Healthy Residential Rentals for All” Denver’s rental inspection, compliance, and licensing process. We are committed to providing our unsurpassed inspection services to property owners and those who occupy these rental properties.  As a part of Denver's new ordinance, all individuals and companies offering residential rentals are now required to have to have a limited inspection for safety and function as specified in Denver's  Residential Rental Inspection Checklist. For details of Denver's Residential Rental Property Guidelines:
  • Does a new home need to be inspected?
    Don’t be fooled that a new home is flawless, simply because it is new, or was inspected and approved by the local building officials. Even new homes are not immune from defects or exempt from human error. Mistakes happen. Quality is often sacrificed for saving time or money or is a result of contractors with poor skills. This unfortunate myth is often busted. Even when the builder warrants the work for one full year, such guaranties are of no benefit unless inherent defects are discovered. Construction defects and safety violations are surprisingly common, but the majority of home inspection findings tend to be routine in nature.
  • What other services do you recommend?
    A sewer scope and radon test are important but optional services. We highly recommend them for all homes.
  • Do I need a radon test if the home has a mitigation system installed?
    To ensure the system is reducing the radon level in the home you should have it tested prior to purchase and every 2-years. It is not uncommon for a homes with a radon mitigation system to have radon levels that exceed the EPA action level if 4.0 pCi/L.
  • The home does not have a basement, do I still need a radon test?
    The EPA recommends all homes be tested. It is not uncommon for homes without basements to have elevated levels of radon.
  • What are the most common defects?
    While it is impossible to list everything an inspector could possibly check for, the following list will give you a general idea of what to expect. The most common defects are: Roofing Defects; Ceiling Stains, Indicating Past or Current Roof Leaks; Water Intrusion Electrical Safety Hazards; Faulty Installation, Building Violations Hazardous Conditions Involving Gas Heaters Violations In Garages Minor plumbing defects Failed seals around windows Sewer Line damage Elevated levels of Radon Gas This small list of likely home inspection findings would probably occur in most used homes.
  • Am I allowed to be at the inspection?
    Yes, you’re welcome to be there the entire time but it is not required. You can be right in our hip pocket. You can ask as many questions as you'd like. We'll do our best to answer them. However we would like to remain focused on our inspection process. We do recommend you attend at least the first half hour for to discuss any concerns that you have regarding the condition of the home. Or the last half hour rap-up, once we complete the inspection. We can then provide you with a full walkthrough of our findings and take the time to ensure all your questions are answered.
  • Will you price match?
    The simple answer is no. We know the value of our experience, expertise and service. You can always find a cheaper company, but is it worth hiring that person? Would you be comfortable using the cheapest inspector for your biggest investment? Probably not. Price is what you pay, value is what you get. You are paying for our knowledge and our experience that is unmatched!
  • When and how do I to pay for the services?
    All payments are due by and no later than the time of the inspection for all test and and services. You can simply pay online when you schedule your inspection, when you sign the inspection agreement or at the time of the inspection. Acceptable forms of payment are Credit Card (Visa, Master Card or Discover only). We will take a personal check or cash on site.
  • Discounts for Active Military, Seniors, or First Responders?
    Because our services are already very competitively priced, we can offer a 5% offer discount on a standard home inspection. This will not be combined with any other discount.
  • When will I get my report?
    Our reports are the most comprehensive in the industry with numerous photos and videos of damaged or defective items. Our extensive and comprehensive report is usually delivered the next business day. Upon request, we can usually email it to you the same day or evening as the inspection.
  • Can I see a sample report?
    Yes. A sample report is available in the "Services" section of our website.
  • So what happens after the Home Inspection?
    Often negotiation of the inspection objection items take longer than negotiating the price of the home. Many home buyers are under the impression that the sellers must repair the problems discovered by home inspectors? This is a common misunderstanding about the purpose of a home inspection. The purpose of a home inspection is not to corner the seller with a repair list or renegotiate the selling price. The primary objective is to know what you are buying before you buy it. We will be glad to answer any follow-up questions you have regarding the condition of the home.
  • Where can I get more information on InspectPro's optional 90 day warranty?
    Protecting your interests: You need more than just a home inspection, you need the professionals you can depend on even after the job is done. That’s why we back our inspections with a Limited Structural and Mechanical Warranty. This warranty is valid 90 Days from the date of inspection or 22 days after closing whichever comes later. You will always have at least 22 days worth of coverage. This warranty covers repairs to items the Home Inspector has found to be in good working condition at the time of inspection and are specifically listed within the warranty. Click on the link for detailed information regarding this 90-Day Warranty
  • What’s included in a standard home inspection from InspectPro?
    Here is a quick overview of the services included in your home inspection, and the major systems that we analyze and assess throughout the process. Roof- The roof is one of the most costly and important structures. We will examine the roof, its structure, shingles/tiles, flashing, gutters, downspouts and more. Exterior - This includes the exterior walkways and doors, siding, eaves and soffits, fascia, paint, and other such elements of the home’s exterior. HVAC- We will visually inspect the HVAC systems including ducts, filters, furnaces and air conditioning units. Plumbing - We will visually inspect plumbing fixtures for proper function, including tubs, sinks, hoses, showers, and water shut-off valves, and look for leaks and other such flaws. Electrical Systems - We will visually inspect both interior and exterior electrical systems including service drops, service masts, grounding, outlets, meters, circuit breakers, and other such systems. Appliances - We will test and examine all major appliances like water heaters, washers and dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, freezers, and more. Doors, Windows & Interior - We will check doors and windows for proper sealing and drafts, signs of mold or water damage, and more. We will also check the condition of all interior spaces. Foundations, Basements and Crawl Spaces - We will examine the foundation, crawlspaces and basements to look for signs of things like past water damage, foundation cracking or shifting, and other such potentially expensive issues. Attic, Ventilation & Insulation - We will examine the attic to ensure it is properly ventilated, check for mold and moisture, assess the level of insulation, and more. Radon testing and Sewer scopes are optional services for additional fees.
  • How long have you been doing inspections?
    InspectPro, Professional Building Inspection Service has been in business since 1998. We are a proven industry leader with over 25,000 inspections. We have served thousands of clients, trusted by thousands of real estate professionals. We are a multi-inspector firm. Each of our inspectors have performed thousands of inspections and have at least 10 or more years of experience.
  • Are you certified?
    Yes, all of our inspectors are certified through the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNachi) which is the world's largest organization of certified residential and commercial inspectors.
  • Are you insured?
    Yes, we are fully insured with general liability as well as errors and omissions insurance for standard home inspection services.
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