Most homes have conditions that need attention…
The question is, What and How serious are these conditions? We will answer these questions and explain their solutions so that you can make an informed decision before purchasing a home.
Our Inspections are performed with a systematic approach, breaking down the house as a whole into systems and components. They are non-destructive examinations of the systems and structures of a home, from the roof to the foundation. We perform every inspection in accordance with Hawaii Administrative Rules and follow a valued code of ethics.
Our Inspections typically range from 2-4 hours depending on the size and complexity of the home. During this time we will be evaluating important elements of the home, such as:
- – Grounds
- – Structure
- – Exterior surfaces
- – Roof
- – Windows & Doors
- – Attic
- – Interior Rooms
- – Basement
- – Crawlspace
- – Plumbing
- – Electrical System
- – Heating & Cooling (HVAC) Systems
A walk through at the end of the inspection with the prospective buyer is strongly encouraged. This allows us to present a much greater appreciation and understanding of the home’s condition and details found in the report. If the buyer cannot be present, a telephone appointment, facetime, or google hangout can be arranged in order to discuss the report.
Signature Buyer‘s Inspections Pricing:
A home inspection is crucial when considering your possible financial investment.
Why? Most homes have conditions that need attention. It’s important to keep that in mind. Then the question becomes, what and how serious are these conditions?
With a Signature Inspection, you can discover what and how serious those areas are.
We take it upon ourselves to answer those questions and explain possible solutions so that you can make an informed decision before selling or purchasing a home. Below is our Price List for your convenience.
“Providing you with knowledge and a peace of mind about your potential property.” ~ Trevor Drinen
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.
CPI Certified Professional Inspector # NACHI16122702