Home Inspection Wilsonville, Oregon

Home Inspector Wilsonville Oregon

Home Inspector Wilsonville Oregon

Home Inspection Wilsonville, Oregon: Offering professional home inspections, mobile home inspections, oil tank sweeps, mold testing, radon testing, and sewer scopes in the Wilsonville, OR area.

Are you in the market for a new home? Are you selling your current home? If so, then let us provide you with an in-depth inspection of your home. For home buyers, we can help you get a closer look at the home that you are investing your hard-earned dollars on. You’ll learn more about the condition of the home and gain a better understanding of the major components within the house.

Home buyers can benefit from home inspections just as buyers do. A home inspection helps you proactively identify and take care of things that could stall a home sale. It also ensures that you understand the condition of your home, including its strengths. These can be highlighted in your listing and photos. A home inspection lets you gain an edge over the competition by letting buyers know that you are honest and upfront about the condition of your home.

Wilsonville, OR Home Inspectors

Why choose us for your Wilsonville, Oregon home inspection? We are licensed and certified to conduct home inspections. We adhere to the highest standards in home inspection. Our inspectors are highly-trained and experienced in home construction and various building trades. We know the local building codes. Because we are certified by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants (IAC2), we are trained to conduct mold testing and radon testing.

At Nonprofit Home Inspections, we believe that everyone should have the right to a high-quality home inspection. Therefore, we offer a sliding fee scale to those who might not otherwise be able to afford the service.

What Can A Full Home Inspection Reveal About Your Home?

Home Inspection Wilsonville Oregon

Home Inspection Wilsonville Oregon

Our full home inspection includes a comprehensive look at all of the major areas of your home. It can reveal a lot about the condition of your home. Using the latest equipment and technology, such as thermal imaging, helps us carefully inspect your property. We can find things that you might miss during a walkthrough. Here are some of the things that might be uncovered by a home inspection.

  • Potential water / drainage issues on your lot that could impact the home
  • Faulty grading or downspouts that could lead to structural damage
  • Cracks or damage to your walkways and sidewalks
  • Roof defects
  • Leaks or excessive moisture in the crawl space
  • Cracks or damage to stucco
  • Rot or decay in the attic
  • Blistering or flaking exterior paint
  • Window and door leaks
  • Inadequate insulation behind the walls
  • Faulty wiring
  • Problems with your plumbing, such as slow drains or poor water pressure
  • Damaged heating and cooling equipment

After the inspection, we’ll spend time with you to go over everything that we find. You’ll get a detailed report that outlines everything we have observed. Our goal is to help you get a better understanding of the condition of your home and its major components.

Other Oregon City, OR Home Inspection Services

A full home inspection is a great starting point when it comes to home inspection. It provides you with the potential pitfalls of your future home, as well as its strengths. In addition to a full home inspection, we recommend that you consider the following inspection services.

Sewer Scope

A sewer scope inspection utilizes state-of-the-art technology to determine the condition of your sewer system. If there is a problem, a sewer scope will let you know the extent and location of the issue. A sewer scope helps us uncover things like tree roots growing in the line, collapsed piping, debris lodged in the line, and low areas where solid waste collects and backs up. Because a sewer inspection is the only sure way to uncover problems with a sewer line, we highly recommend that all buyers and sellers request a sewer scope.

Radon Testing

Radon is a radioactive gas that forms when uranium decays. It occurs in the soil naturally and enters homes through the foundation or basement. The gas then flows through the upper levels of the home.

Radon is the second-leading cause of lung cancer in the United States. Only cigarette smoking causes more cancer deaths. It is estimated by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that one out of every 15 homes in the United States has higher than recommended levels of radon present.

Since Radon is a colorless, odorless, inert gas, there’s no way to detect its presence unless you are specifically testing for it. This is why the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends that all home buyers and sellers have radon testing. Nonprofit Home Inspections is certified by the International Association of Certified Indoor Air Consultants to conduct radon testing in Oregon.

Get A Free Radon Testing Kit

Nonprofit Home Inspections believes that everyone has the right to have a safe, healthy place to live. This is why we offer FREE radon tests for low to moderate-income families who qualify.

Begin A New Career As A Licensed Wilsonville, OR Home Inspector

A career in home inspection is a solid choice for anyone wanting a job that offers security and growth. A home inspection career offers stability and a good income. If you are ready to begin on a new career path, we can help you.

Nonprofit Home Inspections has partnered with the International Association of Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) to train home inspectors using their licensed curriculum. Our home inspector training program is approved by the State of Oregon’s Construction Contractors Board The program consists of both classroom and hands-on training.

Are you a current home inspector who needs continuing education credits? We also provide continuing education for current home inspectors. Contact us today if you are interested in our high-quality home inspector training program or if you need help maintaining your license.

Contact Us Today!

Do you have concerns or questions about home inspection? If so, then call us at 503-505-7879. We would be more than happy to answer any questions that you have about home inspections.

You can also make an appointment for your inspection online 24/7 using our convenient online scheduling system.