Our inspection standards meet or exceed the Oregon standards of practice for home inspectors.  It is important to have an in-depth understanding of your next home.  After the home inspection is complete, we will do an in person walk through with you to discuss the defects and items we discovered during the time we spent inspecting the property.  During the inspection we will also screen for the more pressing items, such as safety issues, and more costly repair items. We will also provide you with a comprehensive report on the house, which can also be used as a checklist, or a to-do list of smaller and larger items that need attention.  The report will be complete with photos, videos, and narratives describing the issues specific to your house.  If you do have any questions, please feel free to reach out to us with any questions.  We are happy to help. 

We offer the following home inspection services:
General Home Inspection

 During a general home inspection, we will inspect the following items: roofing, siding, exterior, irrigation, pluming, electrical, heating ventilation and air conditioning, attic, crawlspace or basement, structure. We will look for items that are moisture damaged, or show signs of moisture intrusion or leaks.  We carry the tools needed to help us identify these issues, such as moisture meters (pin-type and scan type) and a high resolution thermal imaging camera. 

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Beaverton, OR home inspector

Sewer Scopes

One of the biggest potential problems a home can have is a damaged sewer line. This is especially true for older homes, which have sewer lines made from either cast iron, concrete or clay.  A broken on blocked sewer line can bring unneeded large expenses to the home owner.   The best way to help you avoid a situation like this is to have the sewer line inspected by an experienced sewer scope technician before purchasing your new property.  Sewer lines can have several issues which can block the proper flow of waste.  Tree roots can grow into the sewer line and cause havoc, creating major blockages. Roots, or movement in the soil can cause cracks, offset joints, and damage these buried sewer pipes. 

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Sewer Scope in Beaverton, OR. 

Radon Testing

Radon is a naturally occurring radioactive gas that is present in the soils in Beaverton and surrounding areas.  According to the EPA there are about 20,000 radon-related deaths in the US each year.  Radon is a colorless, odorless and tasteless gas that is emitted from the soil. This dangerous gas can enter the home through the basement, crawlspace, or cement slab, and become trapped inside the home.  Endangering the inhabitants.  Because this is a safety concern, it is highly recommended to test your home for radon if you live in the Portland area.  The EPA recommends that you take action to lower the radon levels in the home, if levels above 4.0 pCi/L are found.  How long is a radon test?  A standard short-term radon test will take 48 hours to complete. The result are available immediately, and you will be provided with a detailed report, including an average radon level, and hour by hour readings. 


Radon testing in Beaverton, Or