Types of Inspections
As a Certified Professional Home Inspector, I follow the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI) Standards of Practice for performing a Standard Home Inspection. A Standard Home Inspection evaluates all of the following:
A Pre-Listing Home Inspection allows you to get your home ready for the market. Once you receive the report you can make any changes or up-grades to the home that can improve your home's value. Metro Home Inspection is part of the "Move-In Ready" program, and that can help you sell your home faster.
A Four Point Home Inspection is for insurance companies or investors that buy and sell a lot of homes. I evaluate the condition of 4 major aspects of your home:
I will report on any deficiencies found in any of these components.
This Home Inspection is mainly for new homes that are still under warranty but are about to expire with the contractor or builder.
I will report on any deficiencies I might find in the home or section of the home that is under warranty.
A Complete Mold Inspection includes a non-invasive visual examination of the entire building, its systems and components. If moisture intrusion, water damage, musty odors, apparent mold growth, or conditions conducive to mold growth are observed, I will suggest a testing plan. I will suggest taking any sample that could be beneficial to you the client. Then you decide what the areas of greatest concern are and what you would like collected and submitted for analysis. Since mold spores are present everywhere, I always will start with an outside air sample for a control that establishes what is normal. I will compare that to inside sample(s) from the area(s) of concern. This will let us know whether or not elevated conditions exist. Using the results of the laboratory analysis, I will suggest what, if any, action should be taken.
You don't want any thing living in your home other than your friends and family members.
This inspection will report on any evidence I can find of Wood Destroying Organisms or of any other pests that may be sharing your new home with you.
This is when the Home Inspector concentrates on areas of the home where energy savings can be realized:
I will inspect these areas and make recommendations as to how you can make changes to save money by using less energy.
Radon gas is very common in the Denver Metro Area. A Radon Gas Home Inspection will give you findings of any levels of radon and whether they are safe levels or if the levels are too high and need to be addressed. I use a state-of-the art Electronic Continuous Radon Gas Monitor for a 48 hour period to analyse your home's air for the presence of this health hazard and I'll send you a report with the results and a plan of action should one be needed.
ServingThe Entire Denver Metro Area. Including Aurora, Arvada, Centennial, Commerce City, Denver, Edgewater, Englewood, Greenwood Village, Golden, Highlands Ranch, Lakewood, Littleton, Lone Tree, Sheridan, Thornton, Wheat Ridge, and Westminster.
Metro Home Inspection
Address: 740 Pearl St #403, Denver, CO 80203