Home Inspection – Prineville, Oregon

Home Inspector Prineville, Oregon

Home Inspector Prineville, Oregon

Nonprofit Home Inspections will provide thorough, reliable home inspections and mobile home inspections in Prineville, Redmond, and Metolius, Oregon.

The home inspection helps you learn about your new home. This tool can provide useful information about your home. Home inspections can also reveal major problems about the home. As a buyer, you can use the home inspection report to negotiate with the sellers for money to make repairs.

A home inspection is a great tool for sellers, as well. A pre-listing home inspection is done before you put your house on the market. It can help you deal with obstacles that could later halt your home sale. A home inspection can also be used to establish an asking price for your home. If you have taken great care of your home, you can use this tool to justify a higher asking price.

Prineville, Oregon Home Inspectors

Due to our outstanding success in the Portland, OR area, we are proud to announce that we are expanding our home inspection services to include the Prineville, Oregon area.

Why Choose Nonprofit Home Inspections?

So, why choose us for your home inspection? Here are a few of the reasons to select us for your home inspection in Prineville, Oregon:

  • We have your best interests in mind – At Nonprofit Home Inspections, our mission is to improve access to high-quality home inspection services. We want to ensure that every homeowner has a healthy and safe environment to live. Our #1 priority is providing a fair, ethical home inspection report. Therefore, we never do repair work ourselves, pay real estate agents for referrals, or engage in other unethical behaviors. Our home inspectors conduct themselves with honesty, professionalism, and integrity.
  • We are certified and highly-trained Prineville, OR home inspectors – All of our seasoned home inspectors are proficient in construction and home inspection. Our expertise allows us to accurately inspect your home.

Types of Home Inspections

We offer comprehensive home inspections, as well as several supplemental ones. Are you wondering what home inspections you need? That varies depending on the type and age of your house.

Full Home Inspections

Home Inspection Prineville, Oregon

Home Inspection Prineville, Oregon

This Prineville, Oregon home inspection usually takes two and a half to three hours. It provides a detailed look into the major components of your home. Full home inspections cover:

Exterior

  • Balconies, decks, and walkways
  • Exterior doors and windows
  • Garages and carports
  • Soffits, fascia, and eaves
  • Roof, including chimneys, skylights and other features
  • Drainage – Downspouts and gutters
  • Drainage, grading, retaining walls, and fences
  • Landscaping, including trees, bushes, and flowers

Interior

  • Floors, ceilings, and walls
  • Countertops and cabinets
  • Built-in kitchen appliances

Electrical

  • Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCIs)
  • Main service panel
  • Service cables and raceways
  • Grounding
  • Fire, smoke, and carbon monoxide detectors
  • Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) – airflow access panels, vents, and insulation

Plumbing

  • Fixtures and drains
  • Sump pumps
  • Water heaters
  • Sewage injectors

Mobile Home Inspections

Are you buying a mobile or manufactured home? Mobile homes have unique characteristics that make them different than a traditional home. Our inspectors are qualified and skilled at conducting mobile home inspections. We are certified to conduct mobile home inspections by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). Also, we are licensed to conduct dry rot and pest inspections by the Oregon State Department of Agriculture. These inspections are often required for federally-backed mobile home loans.

Frequently Asked Questions about Home Inspections

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions that we get about home inspections.

Can A Home Inspection Detect Mold?

A mold inspection is different from a regular home inspection. While our inspectors will mention possible signs of mold found during a regular inspection, the presence of mold cannot be determined without laboratory testing. If there is any indication that there could be a mold problem in the home you are about to purchase, we highly recommend testing for mold. It is a simple and inexpensive home inspection add-on.

How Much Does A Home Inspection Cost?

For houses built after 1979, a full home inspection cost is just $395 (up to 2,000 square feet). All of our home inspections include FREE thermal imaging.

Are Home Inspections Worth It?

Absolutely! A home inspection is an extremely useful tool when buying or selling a home. Not only can a home inspection pick up on problems, but it can help you better understand your home. Our inspectors carefully review the results of your home inspection with you at the end of the inspection.

Is A Home Inspection Reliable?

You can count on Nonprofit Home Inspections to be reliable. Our home inspectors are certified in the state of Oregon. Additionally, we are bonded, licensed and insured. When you hire Nonprofit Home Inspections, you can rest assured that you will get an honest, reliable inspection of your property.

What If The Home Inspection Reveals Problems?

At the end of the home inspection, you’ll get a report with a list of things that need to be addressed. Since most houses are not perfect, a comprehensive home inspection will reveal defects. These could be minor or major. Although many of our inspectors have a background in construction, we don’t do any repairs as we believe this is unethical.

You can deal with the issues found in several ways:

  • Ask sellers to make repairs – We typically recommend that you avoid this approach if possible. If the contractor takes longer than expected to finish repairs, it could delay closing. Also, since the seller is on the line for repairs, they will probably just choose the lowest price, which might not be the best quality. If you do go this route, we recommend a re-inspection to make sure the work is up to par.
  • Ask for cash to do the repairs yourself – We encourage this option as you can choose when and how to do the repairs. You pick the contractor that you want to do the work. Have a re-inspection to make sure the work was completed satisfactorily.

Can I Attend The Home Inspection?

Sure, in fact, we highly recommend that you attend. This is a great chance for you to ask questions and see exactly what we find.

How Do I Schedule A Home Inspection?

It is easy to schedule your home inspection. You can schedule online 24/7 at your convenience. You can also call us at 541-306-6326 if you would like to schedule your home inspection via telephone or if you have additional questions.