We provide a wide range of professional services
- Whole House Inspections
- Wood Destroying Organism (“Termite & Dry Rot” / “Pest & Dry Rot”) Inspections
- Pre-listing Inspections
- New Construction and Construction Draw Inspections
- Relocation Inspections
- Maintenance Inspections
- Multi-Family Housing Inspections
- Tie Down Installations on Manufactured Homes
What to Expect
A HomeCheck Whole House Inspection provides a thorough evaluation of the home, inside and out:
- Structural Components, including Foundation
- Exterior, Crawlspace and Site
- Roofing, Gutters and Attic
- Plumbing System and Fixtures
- Electrical System and Fixtures
- Heating and Central Air Conditioning
- Insulation and Ventilation
- Built-in Kitchen Appliances and Water Heater
- Interiors, Windows and Doors
- Attached Porches and Decks
Our inspections are conducted according to the Standards of Practice and Behavior set forth by the State of Oregon and InterNACHI
Thorough Inspections, Thorough Reports
Our whole house inspections typically range from 2-3 hours long, depending on the size and condition of the house, and you are invited to follow along with the inspector as they perform their inspection. Jeremy Moody, President of HomeCheck Inspection Service, is present at every inspection to ensure each home is inspected to the highest standard, each walk-through of the home is conducted by an inspector with an extensive background in both construction and home inspections, and each report is complete, accurate and thorough. We also bring a licensed HVAC professional to inspect every forced air heating system.
We provide easy-to-read, digital, narrative whole house reports, with color photos next to our findings and a summary. Our summary is clearly numbered for quick reference to each finding’s specific location in the body of the report. Our report is made available online the night of the inspection and can be retrieved at any time after that using your unique password.
Our Wood Destroying Organism Inspections are performed according to the Industry Standards of the Oregon Pest Control Association, by a Pest Control Applicator licensed by the Department of Agriculture. This license is not a requirement for home inspectors, and not all home inspectors use these standards. To ensure your Wood Destroying Organism Inspection is performed to the highest standards by an inspector with training specific to this area of inspections, it is important to ask if your home inspector has this license. Our Wood Destroying Organism Reports are also digital and include color photos. Additionally, we can provide Form NPMA-33 for your lender, if needed.
Our goal with every inspection Jeremy performs is to help our client make an informed decision regarding their home, whether we are performing a whole house inspection for a purchaser, a pre-listing inspection for a seller, a maintenance inspection for a homeowner or property manager, a relocation inspection for an employer, or a construction draw inspection for a lender.
Because our inspections and reports are coming from many years of experience, and our motivation is to provide an informative and unbiased report, all parties in a transaction can benefit from the assurance that we are providing an accurate report of the current condition of the home.
Providing an unbiased inspection report means that we cannot provide bids or estimates for repairs, nor provide an opinion on the advisability of a purchase or sale; rather, an inspection is snapshot of the current condition of a home and a starting point for determining next steps…whether that be proceeding with a transaction, obtaining bids, making repairs, or entering new negotiations.
Because we do not bid or perform repairs on the homes we inspect, our clients always receive an unbiased report on the condition of their home, prepared only with their best interests in mind.