We are here to assist home buyers and sellers with making wise decisions one home at a time. Signature Inspections Hawaii, is family-owned, Honolulu County based home inspection company that services all the Hawaiian Islands. We are fully insured, and hold a NATIONAL Home Inspection certification through InterNACHI.
From vintage plantation single wall local-kine ohana homes to high-rise steel and glass condos downtown we inspect them all. We understand the home you are selling or purchasing is a huge investment. It is our job, to protect you from the inadequacies or deficiencies; while, equipping you with a understanding of your prospective home’s condition.
We will conduct a non-invasive visual inspection of accessible systems and components of the residence, using modern technology and online tools. This includes:
- Structure and foundation
- Electrical systems
- Plumbing systems
- Roofs and Attics
- Crawl Spaces
- Gutters and Drainage.
- Walls, Floors and Ceilings.
- Porches and Decks.
We also inspect and operate:
- Air Conditioning.
- Plumbing Fixtures in Kitchens, Bath, Laundry.
- Water Heaters.
- A representative sampling of Lights and Receptacles.
- A representative sampling of Windows and Doors.
- Built-in Appliances.
After the inspection is complete, we will walk you through the property and answer all your questions to the best of our ability. It’s our desire to make this process understandable, informative, and enjoyable. If you’re unable to be present for a one-on-one review, we will send you a detailed report in a PDF Format. Then we will setup a video chat or conference call to review your report. Let me know what best suits your schedule and we can make the necessary arrangements ahead of time.
I look forward to hearing from you today ( Click Here To Contact Now )
With much appreciation,
Trevor L. Drinen
Signature Inspections Hawaii || CEO / Operator || Certified Professional Inspector – CPI # NACHI16122702
Signature Inspections Hawaii, LLC, is FULLY Insured & “NATIONALLY CERTIFIED” by InterNACHI. InterNACHI also requires inspectors to continue their education through accredited courses, conferences, online learning, etc… and annual Inspector Certificate Testing in order to hold a current certificate.