Home Resource Solutions Provide a number of services in addition to our Certified Home Inspection. This allows us to give clients professional service, without hiring a number of different companies. As a result, it saves you time scheduling, coordinating, and costs. We can do it all while we are doing your inspection. Not sure what you need? We can explain which of our services are right for you.
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Choose Which Home Inspection is Right For You.
Complete Home Inspection
During a thorough Certified home inspection we inspect the structure, systems and components of the home, using the latest tools and technology.
We inspect your entire home from top to bottom.
We complete your inspection report and go over the results with you in the home. This gives you the opportunity to see defects with your own eyes, ask questions, and allows us to explain our findings. An inspection let’s you know your home.
Package options available that can save more on quality services.
There are many advantages of Move-In Certified™ Prelisting inspection. First since the inspection has already been completed by the seller when the buyer tours the home. The buyer has the option of waiving their inspection contingency, streamlining the sales process.
A Move-In Certified® Seller Inspection helps prevent 11th-hour negotiations & delays. They also reveal problems ahead of time, giving the seller time to make repairs, attach repair estimates, or paid invoices to the inspection report. As a result the buyer can make an informed home-buying decision.
11 Month Warranty Inspection
Most builders offer a one-year warranty on a new home. We’ll come out during the 11th month and perform a full home inspection before the builder’s warranty expires. Our non-invasive inspection is based on observations of the visible and apparent condition of the interior and exterior of the structure, including its major systems and components. You will receive a comprehensive report that includes information on any material defects observed on the date of the inspection. You can take any necessary steps to hold your builder and his subcontractors to their warranties while they’re still in force.
Every 3-5 years, you should have a home maintenance inspection. Little signs that something is starting to fail: small cracks, uneven wearing, or even just appliances such as water heaters reaching the eventual end of life.
A home maintenance inspection is a cost-effective way to keep little problems from turning into big problems, which can save in repairs.
Mold is common in homes, but that doesn’t mean that it should be there. It is easy to be confused about the what to do when you suspect it. You might even be wondering why you need a mold inspection if you can actually see mold. That is a fair question, but some molds are more dangerous than others, and if you do not address the question of where it is coming from, it will return. We have your concerns at heart we are only report on what our technology, and lab results tell us.
Indoor Air Quality
The goal of an indoor air quality inspection is to discover the pollutants and the source of those pollutants. It is difficult to know for sure until an inspection is completed and sample is analyzed. Once we know what the pollutants are we can develop recommendations to improve the air quality. this is especially important for those with allergies, or respiratory conditions.
Then, Choose Which Additional Solutions You Need for Your Home.
Thermal energy and infrared radiation is used in order to formulate pictures of objects in order to get information about them. It is a non-contact, nondestructive and cost-effective way to detect and document hot spots. This can be done even in environments with low visibility. With the help of infrared inspections, Home Resource Solutions reveals problems that are generally invisible to the naked eye.
We use infrared on every inspection. Even the best inspectors are limited by what they can see with the naked eye. Sometimes what you can see is only the tip of the iceberg. With an infrared camera, we can see much more and deliver an even better home inspection. You can bundle with other services into a package and save.
A Sewer Scope Inspection brings to life the unseen and potentially saves you thousands of dollars!
We provide professional sewer camera scope inspection services in Seattle, WA. We have the right knowledge, experience and technology to carefully assess the condition of the pipe, and highlight any defects or damage.
You might be surprised to discover that a sewer line is often found damages, clogged, or in disrepair. As a home owner you are responsible for that line from your home to the city tap. Repairs can be highly expensive and as a buyer or seller, its good to know before the transaction who will be responsible for the repair costs. You can bundle this with other services into a package and save.
This report includes price quotes from Porch for defects and potential problems raised in your inspection reports. This can be one of the more painful and time consuming parts after the inspection. With the Repair estimate report the work is done for you and will be available for viewing within 24-48 hours based on your choice.
Many Homes today have a lawn irrigation system. these help keep your lawn green and lush, improve curb-appeal, and increase resale value. Many times these systems are also fragile and easily damaged. Having them inspected help ensure your system is working properly, and water usage is being efficiently dispersed.
Pool & Spa Inspection
Having a pool or spa can give your home an added appeal, however they must be properly maintained to ensure they don’t become a headache. A pool & spa inspection will assess the operation of the many components in the system, and determine if there is a safety issue. This is especially important if you have never owned a pool or spa before.
Finally, See if we have a package for the solution you need. It’s more thorough and can save you a bundle.
Once you know what services you want, its time to get a quote.
Free Home Energy Score Report
We are qualified to produce U.S. Department of Energy Home Energy Scores on your home.
Our inspection gather roughly 100 data points on your home to identify exactly where your home is losing energy. The report will list ways to save energy, and thereby, you will save lots of money. On average, our clients save more than $1,200 every year and enjoy a more comfortable, energy-efficient home by following our report’s recommendations.
We complete a Home Energy Score with every home inspection with a honest review.