Termite Inspections (known as wood destroying  Insect report):

We can perform termite inspection, while we perform the real estate inspection.  This means , client pays much less for separate termite inspection and one less arrangement to make.

Buyer Inspections:

The inspection process involves detailed and critical visual examination of the structure, foundation, roof, attic, electrician system, appliances and plumbing. Multiple Photographs are included in the report. Our reports are written in easy to understand style.

Seller inspections ( referred to as pre-listing inspections):
In many ways, waiting to schedule the inspection until after a home goes under contract is too late.  This inspection will help seller and potential buyer know the condition of the house and thus eliminate any surprise that may hinder the sale of the house. Seller inspections are a benefit to all parties in a real estate transaction.

Home Warranty inspections:

Your one year builders warranty will expire usually within the first year after closing. Many times the one year warranty expiration marks the final opportunity to identify, document, and inform your builders of items that need repair or adjustment.  Possible safety hazards, repairs, and adjustments should be professionally documented BEFORE your Builder is relieved of their responsibility under the one year warranty.

Phase Inspections:

Having your home built?  Unless you have absolute confident your builder or the contractors will build the house to exact requirements, you should consider having phase inspections performed. Phase inspections will be  performed as house is in various stage of construction.
Commercial Inspections:
We do perform light commercial and apartment building property condition assessment.  Please call us to discuss your commercial inspection needs.


"I have purchased two homes so far and I had Approved inspected them for me. Fair price, professional, knowledgeable and good at what they do. I will use them again for my next home." -Roya K
Amir Faghih
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