Key Inspection Services is your source for licensed Washington home inspectors and consultants in Washington that provide professional home inspection services in Washington. Our home inspector members comply with a Standards Of Practice and the home inspector Code Of Ethics that ensures professional home inspection at all times.
Standard Home Inspection
We are focused on 4 Major areas of concern: Major Safety hazards, Structural Concerns, Components nearing or exceeding their design life and Components improperly installed.
Sewer Scope Inspections
Are sinks and tubs emptying too slowly? We use a special camera to scope the sewer line to visualize any blockages that are interfering with the plumbing system’s proper drainage.
While most types of mold aren’t toxic, they can still cause health problems if they aren’t taken care of. Ensure your home is free from toxic mold by having a professional inspector run some tests today.
Air Quality Testing
Studies have shown that smoke, fungal spores, and chemicals used by most man-made products such as certain paints, varnish, and cleaners are harmful to humans. Find out what you’ll be breathing with an Air Quality test.
Conveniently get cost estimates for repairs and renovations based on information about your property.
Warranty inspection is a home inspection performed within the first year of owning a new home and is usually completed around the last months before the builder’s warranty expires.
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New Construction Inspection
A new home construction inspection is recommended for a variety of reasons. It is a minimal investment and you gain a good deal of a “peace of mind”.
As homes age, the quality of the building and its utilities begin to deteriorate. Our annual maintenance inspections include roof inspections, plumbing inspections, electrical inspections, foundation inspections, attic insulation inspections and building structure inspections.
Limited Thermal Testing
Thermal imagery provides an immediate look at the condition of the home, without having to tear anything apart to see inside of walls.
Mobile Home Foundation Certificates
Foundation certificates are used by lenders to verify the structural integrity of mobile homes.