Home Inspection Tumalo, Oregon

Home Inspection Tumalo, Oregon

Home Inspection Tumalo, Oregon

Nonprofit Home Inspections is expanding in order to provide comprehensive and licensed home and mobile home inspections in Tumalo, Bend, Sisters, OR and nearby communities.

A high-quality home inspection is a critical part of every real estate transaction. Whether a home is just a few years old or is a historic property, it could have defects or issues. These could range from minor problems that are easy to fix to major issues that could cost thousands of dollars to remedy and or even affect the health and safety of you and your family.


If you are buying a house, you might be wondering if a home inspection is worth it. Our home inspections are just $395 for up to 2,000 square feet. This is a small cost to pay when you consider the value of a home inspection. There is always something to be learned from a professional home inspection report. You’ll learn the approximate age and materials used for the roof of the home, the safety of the electrical system, and tons of other useful information.


A pre-listing home inspection is a great tool to help your home sell quicker. Providing a home inspection ahead of time is a great way to help buyers feel more confident when it comes to making an offer on your home. A home inspection puts you in control. It helps you find out about issues ahead of listing your home. You can then decide how you want to deal with them.


A home inspection is a useful tool to help you keep with the maintenance of your home. It can also help identify things that could affect you and your family’s health like high levels of radon exposure and excessive mold growth. A home inspection is a good tool to help you prioritize and budget for major home repairs ahead of time.

Landlords or Investors

Are you a current landlord? A professional home inspection can help you keep your properties safe, updated, and environmentally-friendly. This useful and exhaustive report can help you keep your rental properties in top shape. It will help you solve problems early before small issues turn into bigger ones.

Maybe you are considering buying an investment property. Nonprofit Home Inspections can give the experienced advice that you need to make wise decisions about your investment property. A home inspection can reveal problems that indicate that the investment property that you have your eye on is not worth the investment.

Tumalo Oregon Home Inspector

Home Inspector Tumalo Oregon

Home Inspector Tumalo, Oregon

Not all home inspectors are created equal. The least expensive home inspector might not be the most experienced.

We are licensed, bonded, and insured to provide home inspection services in the state of Oregon. All of our home inspectors have experience in either construction, maintenance, home inspection or a related field.

At Nonprofit Home Inspections, our entire team of inspectors adheres to the high standards of practice and behavior set forth by the Oregon Construction Contractors Board. We never directly or indirectly compensate real estate agents for referrals, provide home inspection repairs or engage in any other dishonest behavior. As a nonprofit organization, our main goal is to provide accurate, fair home inspection reports.

Types of Home Inspections

Full Home Inspection

Our full home inspections include a detailed examination of the major areas of your home. This will help you make an informed decision about the property you are about to purchase or if you are a homeowner, gain an in-depth assessment of the condition of your home and its components. During a full home inspection, we typically examine:

  • Roof – Shingles, flashing, chimney, plumbing vents, and skylights.
  • Exterior – Doors, windows, trim, decks, walkways, driveways, siding and more.
  • Attic – Ventilation, insulation, roof joists, flashings, and more.
  • Heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) – Equipment, registers and ducting.
  • Basement or crawl space (if accessible) – Structure and foundation walls, vapor barrier, support beams, and more.
  • Electrical system – Main electrical panel, breakers, outlets, service branches, and meter.
  • Plumbing – Drains, showers, toilet, water heater, and fixtures.
  • Kitchen – Built-in appliances, countertops, cabinets, fixtures, drains, and more.

Mobile Home Inspections

If you are buying or selling a mobile home, then it is a good idea to invest in a mobile home inspection. Are you wondering what mobile home inspectors look for? During our mobile home inspections, we check the following:

  • Grounds – We ensure that there is proper drainage away from the house. We also look for evidence of standing water, leaks, and other issues. A home inspection includes documentation of the condition of exterior attached components, deck railings, walkways, and driveways.
  • Structure – We check whether or not the house is plumb and document any evidence of sagging or bowing. Our inspectors will determine whether or not windows and door frames appear straight.
  • Exterior – During a home inspection, we look for damage to the siding and other exterior features. We examine the condition of the windows, storm doors, and screens. We’ll also look for mildew stains, peeling paint, and other issues.
  • Roof – As long as it is safe to walk on the roof, we’ll document the condition and approximate age during the inspection.
  • Attic – The attic inspection includes a look at the insulation and its installation. We’ll also let you know whether or not the ventilation is sufficient.
  • And More – The above are just a few of the things we look at during a mobile home inspection.

Sewer Scope Inspections

Underground sewer pipes can develop a number of problems over the years. Tree roots can infiltrate the sewer lines causing damage. Older pipes can corrode leading to broken pipes or cracks. Grease and other substances can block sewer lines. Sewer line repairs can run $20,000 or more depending on the issue.

It is important to know that the sewer system is not examined during a standard home inspection. Thanks to advances in technology, we are able to conduct sewer scope inspections using high tech video equipment that lets document the interior of your sewer line. We’ll give you an unbiased report that details the condition of your sewer system.

Contact Us

Do you have any questions or concerns? Need more information? Contact us at 541-306-6326. We’d be glad to answer any questions that you might have.

Schedule Your Inspection

Are you ready to schedule your home inspection? Use our handy online scheduling tool to book an inspection at your convenience.