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Key Inspection Services: Providing professional home inspection services in Snohomish, Washington and surrounding areas
WHY CHOOSE KEY INSPECTION SERVICES FOR YOUR HOME INSPECTION IN SNOHOMISH, WASHINGTON
Key Inspection Services is one of the most respected, professional organizations of Home Inspectors in Snohomish and all of Western Washington. When you choose a Key Inspection Services Home Inspector, you will be working with a professional Home Inspector who has successfully completed the most rigorous technical examination and regulatory requirements in effect.
Our team takes pride in our onsite education of your home’s details as well as providing you with a thorough and easy-to-read inspection report that includes digital photos, a technical terms guide, and a home maintenance Guide.
OUR TRUSTED HOME INSPECTION SERVICES
Whether you’re buying or selling a home in Snohomish, Key Inspection Services is here to help you make an informed decision.
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.
A warranty is plain and simple the single best investment to ensure you bought the home you paid for. Not a fixer, not a new home with known defects but a top quality well built home. And if the home wasn’t to your liking we’ll be sure to document your concerns and give a written report to ensure you are protected.
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”.
A condo/townhome inspection can cover all areas similar to a home inspection or the option for an ‘interior-only’ inspection.
QUICK NUMBERS ON SNOHOMISH, WA
Population as of 2021
Median Home Price
Cost of Living Index (higher than average)
WHY MOVE TO
Snohomish, WA is a small city located in Snohomish County, Washington, near the East Coast of the state. It was founded in 1858 by a man named Emory C. Ferguson and a number of others, and originally known as Cadyville, until the name was changed in 1871. The name “Snohomish” refers to the Snohomish people, who were Native Americans who originally inhabited the area. Today, around 10,000 people live in the town, based on the most recently-available census data.
The town is still well-known today for having a number of historic homes, and it has become a tourist destination, due to the placement of the Snohomish Historic District, located downtown, on the National Register of Historic Places.
In addition, Snohomish is known as the “Antique Capital of the Northwest” due to the large number of antique shops that line the historical downtown, and which are present throughout the rest of the community. Due to this status, antiquing enthusiasts from all over the Pacific Northwest visit Snohomish regularly.
As of the most recently-available data, residents of Snohomish had a median household income of $69,443, which is much higher than the US average. In addition, unemployment is below the US average, at a rate of only 4.7%. A few of the major industries in the area include manufacturing, health care and social services, transportation and warehousing, construction, and educational services.
Transportation in Snohomish is primarily accomplished by road. Community Transit is responsible for public transit services in the area, and most residents travel and commute by car. Some of the major highways and roads that are in the area include US Route 2 and State Route 9. I-405 and I-5 are also accessible from Snohomish. King County International Airport is the closest nearby airport, and is about 40 miles from the city.
Schooling is provided by the Snohomish School District, which operates a total of 19 schools, offering pre-K through 12 education for around 6,000 students.
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Purchasing a home in Snohomish, WA may be one of the biggest investments you make in your life. That’s why you need a home inspector who can examine every aspect of a home you’re interested in purchasing, and ensure that it’s free of any major problems.
We leave no stone unturned during the inspection process, to make sure you’re aware of any potential issues related to your home purchase. To learn more, please contact us right away. Ready to get started? Feel free to schedule your appointment online now.