At Washington Home Inspection Company we will inspect your property from top to bottom. With our expertise, we comb through every inch of the property with a trained eye. We not only point out present issues, but also conducive conditions that can lead to costly repairs down the road. Oftentimes these conditions can be abated quickly and inexpensively, which means we can help our customers save money. Whether you're planning on selling your home and need a pre-sale inspection, or you’re a purchaser considering your dream home, rest assured Washington Home Inspection can meet all your needs. Call us and schedule an inspection!
STANDARDS OF PRACTICE
We will abide by the highest level of industry standards required by our professional affiliations. The State of Washington has adopted the guidelines of "Standards of Practice" that we meet, and in most cases, exceed. In addition to those requirements, as a member of N.A.R.I.E.S (National Association of Real-estate Inspection and Evaluation Services), our reports go above and beyond what our competitors can produce. The information you will receive includes valuable maintenance tips and guidelines to ensure your investment retains its value, and provides a safe home for you and your family for years to come.
We offer additional services that can assure your home purchase is an investment you can feel comfortable about. Did you know the national average radon indoor level is 1.3 pCi/L? (radioactive disintegrations in one liter of air, during a 24-hour period). Spokane County, according to the EPA, has 9 pCi/L! One of the highest in the Country! A radon test can determine if your home is a candidate for a passive or active radon mitigation system. It is relatively easy to decrease your risk from radon by testing. Reach out to us and get a radon test for your home and avoid possible health issues in the future!
A licensed home inspector is precluded from commenting on the specificities of pests. However, at WHI we have contracted with licensed and certified pest inspectors who can, in conjunction with our detailed home inspections, provide you with a detailed and specific pest inspection report. It’s not necessary to commit to a pest inspection unless the initial home inspection shows evidence of "potentially wood destroying organisms".
Most residential home inspectors will sell you on a pest inspection prior to their home inspection, similarly, a stand-alone pest inspector will entice you to perform a complete pest inspection with no evidence of potentially wood-destroying organisms. Washington Home Inspection will only, when the evidence dictates, recommend a pest inspection on your behalf.