Home Inspection Harrisburg, Oregon

Serving Harrisburg, Junction City, Eugene, Springfield, Salem, Keizer and surrounding communities.

A home inspection is the single best way to get to know your home. At Nonprofit Home Inspections, we provide thorough, professional and affordable home inspections for residents of Harrisburg OR and the surrounding areas.

Home Inspector Harrisburg Oregon

Home Inspector Harrisburg Oregon

Harrisburg, Oregon Home Inspections

Why get a professional home inspection? A home inspection can help you learn more about your home, prioritize home repairs and maintenance and more.


Know what you are getting upfront — before signing your name on the dotted line. A home is a huge investment. Safeguard that investment with a professional home inspection. Waiting until after the sale to discover problems can cost you big time. A Harrisburg, Oregon home inspection will help you understand the true condition of your home. Right from the start, you will know if there are major problems. This information will help you make the right home buying decision.


Make selling your home a lot easier with a quality home inspection. Avoid lengthy negotiation delays by getting a home inspection before listing your home. This will let you know if there are any major issues that you need to deal with ahead of time. You’ll be in the know before potential buyers, which puts you at an advantage. Plus, being proactive and getting a home inspection gives you a marketing edge. It can help you price your home right from the start. And, it says to buyers that you are open and honest about the condition of your home. Buyers appreciate that from sellers.


As a landlord, you probably do routine walk-through inspections of your properties periodically. However, these aren’t enough. In addition, you should have professional inspections done periodically. Even if you have perfect long-term tenants, inspections by a licensed professional are a must. A thorough inspection helps preserve your investment. Imagine this scenario: a plumbing leak causes wet rot on vital wooden support beams. This problem goes unnoticed by tenants for years. You do walk-throughs but don’t get into the crawlspace so you don’t notice it either— until the old tenants move out and you are prepping the space for new ones. You now have to shore up the home and install new support beams under the house. This costs thousands of dollars in repairs and you lose money as the new residents can’t move in until the problem is fixed. This whole scenario could have been avoided with a professional inspection.


Did you opt out of a professional home inspection when you purchased your home? Do you want to know the current condition of your home? A professional home inspection is not just for home buyers and sellers. We recommend detailed home inspections for current homeowners, as well. A home inspection can help identify small problems before they become bigger ones. An inspection helps you figure out about when you’ll need to start saving up for a new central air conditioning system. A professional home inspector can also give you maintenance tips to help you care for your home.


Let us help make your job easier. A professional home inspection will make your customers happy and help the real estate transaction go smoother. Your reputation is on the line. So, make sure you select a high-quality home inspection company to work with. We are a non-profit company dedicated to serving our community through affordable, high-quality home inspection and education services. We have a 5-star rating on Google and plenty of fanfare. See for yourself what our customers have to say about us.

Home inspection Harrisburg Oregon

Home Inspection Harrisburg, Oregon

Types of Home Inspections

We offer the following types of home inspections in Harrisburg, OR.

Full Home Inspections

A full home inspection from Nonprofit Home Inspections helps identify major defects, such as foundation or structural problems with your home. It also uncovers things can lead to major problems later, such as a roof leak. While minor now, these problems may cause huge headaches later if not taken care of soon. A home inspection can also help uncover hazards that could put you or your family’s safety at risk, like electrical problems. Here are the main areas covered in a full home inspection:

  • Foundation, structure
  • Walkways, driveways, and sidewalks
  • Roof, chimneys, vents, gutters, and downspouts
  • Windows, doors
  • Heating and air conditioning (HVAC)
  • Plumbing, main water supply, shut-offs, showers, and drains
  • Electrical, grounding, and switches
  • Walls, ceilings, and floors
  • Garage and garage door
  • Basement and crawlspace (if accessible)
  • Attic and ventilation
  • Insulation

Mold Inspections

Mold is present everywhere in our environment. Most of the time, it does not cause a problem. But, where there is excess moisture, mold can grow rapidly. When this happens, mold can present a big problem. It can damage your home and pose a threat to your health. A professional mold inspection will help identify mold in your home.

Radon Inspections

Radon is a radioactive gas that is produced when uranium decays. Radon is odorless, colorless and tasteless. Radon enters homes through basements, foundation cracks, and other openings. When radon builds up in a home, it presents a serious health threat. Radon is the number one cause of lung cancer among non-smokers, according to the World Health Organization. It causes more than 20,000 deaths a year. At Nonprofit Home Inspections, we are certified by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants to conduct radon testing. Let us help you determine if you have high levels of radon in your home. You might even qualify for a free radon test kit. Click this link to find out more.

Contact Us To Schedule Your Harrisburg, Oregon Home Inspection Today!

We offer flexible inspection appointment times to meet your needs. It couldn’t be simpler to schedule your home inspection. Follow this link to schedule a home inspection online. Do you have more questions about home inspections? Call us at (541) 844-3535. We’d love to hear from you and answer any questions or concerns.