Home Inspection Bend, Oregon
Home Inspection Bend, Oregon
Professional full home inspections, mobile home inspections, and sewer scope inspections in Bend, Oregon and the surrounding communities of Redmond, Sisters, and La Pine.
Are you in the process of buying a new home? Avoid unnecessary costs and headaches down the road with a home inspection. If you are selling your home, it is important to know that a home inspection can potentially help you sell your home faster and for more money.
At Nonprofit Home Inspections, we have a track record of providing high-quality Oregon home inspections. Due to our outstanding success in Eugene, Vancouver, and Portland, we are expanding our home inspection services to include the Bend OR area, as well.
Have you found your dream home? Ready to sign on the dotted line? Before signing anything, have a home inspection to make sure you know what you are getting. Our home inspections start at just $395. This is a small price to pay considering home inspections help save the average buyer around $14,000 on their home purchase, according to Porch.com. A home inspection can potentially knock thousands of dollars of the price of a home for repairs.
Investing in a pre-listing home inspection can help the home selling process go smoother. A home inspection will make it easier to manage repairs and price your home. It might even help it sell faster by helping you pinpoint things that need to be repaired — before you put your home on the market. Being proactive can help you get a better deal in your real estate transaction.
Bend, OR Home Inspections
Home Inspector Bend, Oregon
Full Home Inspections
A full home inspection in Bend, OR includes a thorough evaluation of the critical internal systems of your home, as well as the physical structure. Here is what is included:
- Roof, including shingles, chimneys, and skylights
- Downspouts and gutters
- Soffits, fascia, and eaves
- Attached garages
- Siding and other exterior materials
- Site and exterior grading and drainage
- Driveways, patios, and walkways
- Exterior paint and landscaping
Foundation and structure
- Windows and doors
- Structural components
- Attic including the ventilation and insulation
- Basement and crawl space
Interior and Kitchen
- Walls, floors, and ceilings
- Cabinets and countertops
- Garbage disposal
- Built-in kitchen appliances
- Exhaust fan
- Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs)
- Light fixtures
- Service cables and wiring
- Main service panel
Heating and air conditioning (HVAC) System
- Sump pump
- Water heater
What Home Inspections Do You Need?
Home Inspector Bend, OR
Our full home inspections are pretty thorough. However, certain inspections fall outside of a normal home inspection. These inspections will give you an even more comprehensive overview of your home’s condition.
Mold can have a big impact on indoor air quality. If a large amount of mold is growing inside your home, it should be removed due to potential health problems it causes. Mold can be expensive to remediate. The last thing that you want to discover is that you have a mold problem when you are moving into your new home. This is why we recommend mold testing for all home buyers.
Mold testing is a good idea for both sellers, as well. The presence of mold can be a deal-breaker. As a seller, mold testing, it can help you identify and remove the mold before putting your home on the market. This can help keep buyers from bailing on your deal.
Our home inspectors have specialized training when it comes to conducting mold testing. We are certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors and the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants to do mold testing in Bend, Oregon. We conduct a thorough visual inspection for mold and use specialized equipment to identify moisture conditions that encourage mold growth.
Radon is invisible, silent, and has no scent. This radioactive gas occurs naturally in the environment. It is a byproduct of decaying uranium. Radon seeps into homes through cracks in the foundation and the basement. Once it enters your home, the gas slowly builds up. This gas is surprisingly common in many homes. According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, radon has been found in homes in every single state in the U.S.
So, what is the problem with having elevated levels of radon in your home? This radioactive gas is a silent killer that causes cancer. It is responsible for more than 20,000 lung cancer deaths a year. Radon is the leading cause of lung cancer among non-smokers. Fortunately, there is an easy solution to tell if there is an elevated level of radon in your home — radon testing. The EPA recommends that all home buyers have radon testing conducted before buying a home. The agency also encourages current homeowners to have radon testing done, as well.
Nonprofit Home Inspections is certified to conduct radon testing and mold testing by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants. In addition to our professional testing for real estate transactions, we also provide FREE diy radon testing kits to households that qualify.
Become A Licensed Oregon Home Inspector
Are you interested in becoming a licensed home inspector in Bend, OR? Nonprofit Home Inspections is an approved Oregon home inspector training provider for both new and current Oregon home inspectors. We have partnered with InterNACHI to provide high-quality home inspection training in communities throughout Oregon and Washington.
Our home inspection courses provide both classroom and real-world training experiences to help you fully prepare for a rewarding career as a home inspector. After completing our training program, you will be fully prepared to sit for the National Home Inspector Exam and become a licensed home inspector in Bend, OR.
Get In Contact
Do you need to get in touch with us or have a question? We can be reached in several different ways:
- Give us a call – 541-306-6326
- Email Us – email@example.com
Ready to Schedule Your Bend, Oregon Home Inspection?
If you are buying or selling a home in Bend, OR or the surrounding communities, you can schedule online anytime 24/7. Feel free to give us a call or send us an email as well if you have any questions and we’ll be in touch shortly.