Buyer’s Inspection

At Pacific Home Inspections we pride ourselves on delivering a complete and easy-to-read report. A buyer’s inspection includes a complete inspection of:




  Electrical system

  Heating system



  Crawl space


Seller’s (Pre Listing) Inspection:
A Pre Listing Inspection is a tool for sellers to identify any issues with the home prior to listing the home.
We work closely with the seller and help them to gain an edge in a competitive market, this helps to educate the seller so they can avoid any surprises that may arise during the selling process. A Pre Inspected home also gives would-be buyers a sense of confidence that they are making a good choice in what could be their biggest investment. In our experience we have found homes with a Pacific Home Inspections LLC report sitting on the counter during an open house tend to sell faster than the home that is waiting to be inspected. 

New construction Inspection:
Congratulations on you’re new home! A new home is really no different than an existing home in terms of the way it gets inspected. Builders are busy people and are only human, so an inspection of a new home is just as important as getting an inspection of a 100-year-old home. Pacific Home Inspections LLC has worked very closely with some of the top builders in the northwest and we are well educated on some of the newest building and manufacturing techniques currently being used. We strongly recommend a complete inspection by Pacific Home Inspections LLC prior to the purchase of your new home.

11-Month Warranty Inspection: 
Now that you’ve had a chance to live in it, what do you hear or see that you didn’t see or hear before? New construction usually comes with a 1-2 year warranty. An inspection before this time has expired can be beneficial to you as the homeowner. With a report in hand, you can approach the builder and ask for items found defective to be corrected prior to the warranty expiring. The thought is to have all the systems in the home functioning at peak performance for as long as they are intended. You’ve spent a lot of money on this purchase, make it last. Make sure to schedule this inspection before your warranty expires.

Post Repair/Remodel Inspection:
This inspection is geared towards a homeowner or contractor that has recently done a remodel or made a big repair or upgrade. This is not a full inspection and is only intended to make sure all work was completed at the highest level of craftsmanship and meets the current industry standard.

Single Component Inspection: 
A single component inspection means we will inspect just one or a couple of the many systems of the home. For example, you only want the roof inspected or only want the electrical system inspected. These inspections are billed at an hourly rate and include a report.

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