Residential Inspections, Radon Testing, and specializing in Rural Inspections in Southwest Wyoming, Northern Utah including Evanston, Kemmerer, Bridger Valley, Garden City, and Laketown.
Wyoming and Utah has one of the lowest population densities in the west and it is still important to get a proper home inspection. With rural properties, it is important to make sure that certain inspections are done because it is possible these properties are not as simple and straightforward as urban homes. There are many issues that may arise, such as un-permitted work, pest, well, and septic issues.
Specializing in Rural Inspections
Light Commercial Inspections mall apartment complexes, warehouse, small business.
Commercial real estate is a huge investment. Just like when buying a house, it’s a good idea to get an inspection on a commercial property if you’re considering purchasing it. By hiring an inspector to look for issues with the property and prepare the findings in a report, you will have a better idea of the future costs associated with the building – and whether or not to walk away from the deal.
All foundation systems, new and old, must comply with the guidelines set by the Permanent Foundations Guide. Certified professionals must attest to compliance with these standards.Modular homes are built around existing foundations. Modular homes are engineered designs that upgrade existing foundations. Modular houses are custom-engineered architectural services that are designed to fit your needs.
Highline Property Inspections is IAC2 Certified Indoor Air Consultants and we provide visual mold inspections as well as Air and Surface sampling.
Exposure to mold spores can cause symptoms like runny noses, coughing, sneezing, watery eyes, and rashes. If somebody is asthmatic or allergic to mold, their reaction can be even more intense. Even if you or your family aren’t at risk for the mold’s health problems, it’s always a good idea to identify and remediate it before it spread.
Should I walk around the house with you?
Absolutely. I’m happy to explain everything I’m looking at. There will be times where I need to focus and evaluate, but feel free to tag along and ask questions.
Can my agent be there too?
Yes! Agents are encouraged to be there and be engaged so they can know what they’re writing up in your Repair Request Addendum.
What should I be looking for?
My reports have lots of images to help you recall what you’re looking at. I break down my reports into areas that are safety hazards and other recommended items to fix/ask for.
The summary will be the most helpful area of the report, right at the top.
Will there be recommendations on who to call?
With each defect I include which type of contractor you will need to search for to get quotes.
Can I call you if I have questions after the I get the report?
Absolutely. This is one of my favorite parts. Call, text or email.
Can you give me some preferred contractors to call?
I have a few contractors that I’ve worked with in the past that I can recommend. I still recommend you contact at least 3 in each area for quotes and do your own research.