Pinnacle Property Inspections specializes in whole house inspections, including radon inspections, wood destroying organisms inspections, pre-listing inspections, and 11th month warranty inspections on new home construction.
After a whole house inspection is complete, a resolution reinspection is contracted to make sure the seller completed the items that were of concern during the initial inspection process.
Looking to sell your home? Concerned about potential deficiencies in your home when the time comes to close? Our pre-listing inspection can help relieve some of the stress. Ensure there are no hidden problems before putting the home on the market by having Pinnacle Property Inspections inspect the property prior to listing. Our pre-listing inspection covers the same guidelines as our whole house inspection.
A quicker way to get the inspection you need. Pinnacle Property Inspections walks through the whole home and points out areas of concern while the client manages the paperwork, notes, and photographs themselves.
For a homeowner with a brand-new house, the first year of a builder’s warranty period is extremely important. Most builders provide a warranty that covers deficiencies that arise within the first year post-construction. Pinnacle Property Inspections offers home inspections right before that year is up to make sure the new house is free of trouble.
The big trouble with wood destroying organisms, more specifically, termites, is avoiding the damage they cause. A thorough inspection by a certified termite technician is the first and most important step in protecting your investment.
1 out of every 15 homes in the United States is estimated to have elevated radon levels. This gas and its particles are the #2 cancer causing agent in America. Breathing in radon gas is incredibly detrimental to health. Pinnacle Property Inspections provides peace of mind by testing your home for elevated radon levels.
During the inspection, the manufacturer’s serial and model numbers on all appliances are recorded and ran through a large, accurate database for any recalls. In the event of a recall, a detailed report including the nature of the recall and how to get the item repaired or replaced is issued.