Home Inspection La Pine Oregon

Home Inspection La Pine, Oregon

Home Inspection La Pine, Oregon

Reliable, affordable home inspections, radon testing, and mold testing in La Pine, Bend, Sunriver and nearby Oregon towns.

Buying a new home can be an exciting process. It is easy to get caught up in the excitement and overlook important details about the property that you are about to purchase. Hire a licensed qualified La Pine, Oregon home inspector to provide you with the information that you need to know to make an informed real estate decision.

La Pine, Oregon Home Inspectors

If you are looking for a qualified and knowledgeable home inspector, then look no further than Nonprofit Home Inspections. We provide high-quality home inspections to buyers, sellers, landlords, and current homeowners. We started in this business serving customers in Portland and the surrounding communities. Due to our rapid growth and success in Portland, we are expanding our home inspection services to La Pine and the nearby areas.

La Pine, OR Home Inspection Services

We will be offering several types of home inspections in the La Pine area. Are you wondering what kind of home inspection you need?

Full Home Inspections

A full home inspection covers your home from the roof to the basement. It includes both the exterior and interior of your home. Our full home inspections meet or exceed the Oregon State Standards of Practice for Home Inspectors established by the Construction Contractors Board (CCB). Here are some of the things we cover during home inspections.

  • Foundation and Structure – Foundation, attic, bearing walls, crawl space (if applicable), basement, beams, posts, and more
  • Exterior – Roof, gutters, downspouts, siding, decks, fences, and patios
  • Site and grounds – Landscaping, drainage, walkways, sideways, and driveways
  • Interior – Kitchen appliances (built-in), Interior doors and windows, walls, ceilings, and floors
  • Plumbing – Pumps and circulators, drains, showers, water heaters, and faucets
  • Electrical – Main panel, outlets, switches, branch wiring, smoke, and carbon monoxide detectors

Mobile Home Inspections

If you are purchasing a mobile or manufactured home, you should opt for a home inspection just as you would with a standard home. Because manufactured home inspections are different than other kinds of inspections, it is important to hire an inspector who is skilled at performing these inspections. At Nonprofit Home Inspections, we are qualified to conduct mobile home inspections.

Here are some of the things examined during a mobile home inspection:

  • Body frame – Windstorm protection and resistance to the elements.
  • Foundation – Type (permanent or standard set), anchors, ties, and spacing.
  • Site – Preparation, drainage, erosion, and underfloor ventilation
  • Interior – Ceiling heights, hallways, exit doors, and more.
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) – Furnance, thermostats, condensing unit, ductwork and more.
  • Electrical system – Main electrical panel, light fixtures, service equipment, and kitchen receptacles.
  • Plumbing – Drains, faucets, toilets, and interior pipes.
  • Fire Safety – Smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, fire blocking, and thermal insulating materials.
  • Exterior structures – Detached garages, porches, and carports.

Radon Inspections

Home Inspector La Pine, Oregon

Home Inspector La Pine, Oregon

Radon is a gas that is released from the natural decay of radium and uranium rocks in the soil. This radioactive gas typically enters homes through the basement and foundation. Because newer houses are so well sealed, radon can build up in homes over time.

You can’t see or smell radon. Short term exposure to radon produces no symptoms. However, Exposure to high levels of radon is serious. Radon exposure is one of the leading risk factors for lung cancer in non-smokers, according to medical experts.

The EPA recommends that radon levels not exceed four picocuries per liter (pCi/L) of air. If radon testing reveals elevated levels of radon in your home, the EPA recommends reducing levels by installing a system designed to reduce radon.

There’s no way to tell whether or not you are being exposed to radon levels above what is considered to be safe by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) — unless you opt for radon testing.

Who Should Test For Radon?

According to the EPA, all buyers should opt for radon testing. Even if you are not buying or selling a home, you should test radon levels every couple of years or so. Radon testing is not expensive, and it could make a significant impact on you and your family’s health down the road.

As a nonprofit organization, our wish is for all of our neighbors to have access to a healthy environment to live. Therefore, we offer FREE diy radon testing kits to those who qualify.

Sewer Scopes

If you are in the process of buying a new house, you might not have given a lot of thought to the sewer system. However, the last thing that you want is to have a major problem with your sewer lines. At Nonprofit Home Inspections, we offer video sewer scope inspections. Our inspectors have earned plumbing certifications through the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors.

A sewer scope inspection can help uncover broken lines, pipe separation, roots growing in your sewer lines, and obstructions. Our inspectors have plumbing certifications through the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors. During a sewer scope inspection, we use specialized thermal video equipment to get a detailed look at your sewer lines from the cleanout to the main sewer line.

Mold Testing

Mold is a natural part of the environment. Mold can be found everywhere and is usually not a problem outdoors. In fact, these fungi help break down dead organic matter and regenerate the soil. However, mold becomes a serious problem when it starts to grow on surfaces indoors. That is because mold can have a significant negative impact on indoor air quality.

Mold testing is the best way to know if your home has a mold problem. In addition to being certified Oregon Home Inspectors, Nonprofit Home Inspections is certified by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants to conduct mold testing.

Schedule Your La Pine, Oregon Home Inspection

For your convenience, we conduct all of our scheduling on our website so you can see all upcoming availability. Follow the link to schedule a La Pine, Oregon home inspection.

If you have any questions, please feel free to email or give us a call.

Nonprofit Home Inspections is committed to conducting thorough, detailed, and comprehensive home inspections. You can have peace of mind knowing that you will get professional service, accurate reports, and a fair price when you book a La Pine, Oregon home inspection with us.