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Top Home Inspectors in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Top 27 Home Inspectors in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Home Inspectors
(from 9 reviews)
Home Inspectors
General Home Inspections Annual Home Maintenance Inspections Chimney Inspections Four-Point Inspections Individual System/Component Inspections New Construction Pre-Listing and Move-in-Certified Inspections Radon Testing Repair Verification / Re-inspection Septic System Inspections Sewer Line Inspections Thermal Imaging Water Quality Testing Termite Inspections Internet Service Provider Availability Survey Cellular Service Provider Availability Survey with Tower location/signal quality survey
Serving El Paso County, Teller County, Douglas County, Arapaho County, Adams County, Pueblo County, Fremont County, Denver County, Jefferson County, Larimar County, Weld County
(970) 633-0811
https://www.homeinspectors.ltd
Colorado's Home Inspectors. Providing Colorado home buyers a reliable, thorough, well documented inspection service. Buying a Home can be a crazy time, and a lot of decisions can go into your home purchase. Have you considered your cell phone or Internet needs? We have! Your inspector carries with them equipment that tests signal strength for all cell phone carriers and availability of most Internet Providers, therefore you can move with comfort. 
Red Rocks Certified Property Inspection - Spectora
(from 15 reviews)
Red Rocks Certified Property Inspection - Spectora
Comprehensive Home Inspections, Radon Monitoring, Mold and Air Sampling, Sewer Scope Videos, Thermal Imaging Reports, Home Buyer's Inspections, Move-In Certified Seller's Inspections, Multi-Unit Inspections, Investment Property Inspections, New Home Inspections.
Serving Manitou Springs, Colorado Springs, Woodland Park, Monument, Fountain, El Paso County, Teller County, Pueblo, Castle Rock, South Denver. We will happily serve our clients within 80 miles of Colorado Springs, CO.
(719) 772-4000
https://www.redrockscertified.com
Red Rocks Certified Property Inspection LLC was founded in 2016 by Cy Cushenberry, the former Code Enforcement Officer for the City of Manitou Springs. Cy has been a real estate investor, builder, remodeler, and inspector for over 30 years. Our mission at Red Rocks is to help buyers, sellers, investors, and REALTORS® move through the property inspection process as thoroughly and safely as possible while offering premium services. Red Rocks Certified Property Inspection LLC was created to offer full-service inspections to buyers, sellers and REALTORS® needing multiple types of inspections with one phone call to eliminate the need to contact several different inspection service companies. Our comprehensive property inspections include interiors, exteriors, kitchens, bathrooms, living spaces, bedroom spaces, basements, crawlspaces, and attached garages. We follow a comprehensive Residential Standards of Practice. We inspect all of the following when visible and accessible:Roofs, roof systems, flashings, chimneys, fireplaces, structural components, exterior cladding, foundation, site drainage, landscape limitations or detriments, natural gas systems, oil systems, and propane systems. We look at outdoor decks, patios and porches. We check the attic for ventilation and proper insulation. Attached garages are observed for defects. We will also inspect crawlspaces and basements.We closely observe electrical systems, plumbing systems, and HVAC system or systems. We will observe built-in appliances, ceilings, floors, walls, windows and doors.To give our clients a well rounded inspection we also offer the most advanced radon detection inspection using the latest scientific equipment, infrared camera assistance, mold testing using state-of-the-art equipment and sewer camera scope videos. After our inspection and evaluation of a property's components, we compile the information into an easy-to-read electronic report like this one. If there is any term you don't understand in this report, please visit our website at redrockscertified.com- go to More- go to Convenient Glossary Terms and type in the term you are unfamiliar with to learn the meaning. We also pay for and enter your home in a program for you to receive a FREE 120 Day limited warranty. You can see the details by visiting Limited Warranty on the web. We also have enrolled this home in InterNachi's® Buy Back Program which is FREE after all Red Rock's Certified Property Inspection LLC's inspections. You may visit and learn about the details at Buy Back Program.Thank you for choosing Red Rocks Certified Property Inspection LLC! It was an honor serving you. 
Arrow Home Inspections
(from 12 reviews)
Arrow Home Inspections
Residential Pre-Purchase Inspections, Warranty Inspections, New Build Inspections, Pre-Drywall Inspections, Mold Inspections, Sewer Scopes, Radon Testing, Thermal Imaging
Serving Colorado Springs, Peyton, Calhan, Monument, Fountain, Pueblo, Divide, Woodland Park
(719) 233-8602
https://www.arrowhomeinspectionsinc.com/
PremierOne Home Inspections
Serving El Paso County, Pueblo County, Teller County, Monument, Castle Rock
(719) 217-9594
https://www.premieroneco.com
Rock Ridge Home Inspections, LLC
Residential Home Inspection, Sewer Scope, Radon, Infrared Imaging
Serving Isle, Elk River, Brainerd, Cross Lake, Garrison, Aitkin, Grand Rapids, Hibbing and Duluth
(218) 969-7018
Hello I am Nick from Rock Ridge Inspections and i service the greater Elk River, Brainerd, Cross Lake Garrison, Aitkin, Grand Rapids, Hibbing and Duluth areas.
Mr Home Check
Serving El Paso, Pueblo, Teller, and Douglas Counties
(719) 440-9474
http://www.mrhomecheck.com
Smith Property Specialists, LLC
Serving Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Canon City, Woodland Park, Castle Rock, & Denver
(719) 726-1580
https://www.spsinspect.com
Midd CO Home Inspections, LLC
Radon Testing, Sewer Scopes
Serving Denver, Colorado Springs, Arvada, Aurora, Bennett, Black Forest, Buena Vista, Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Centennial, Commerce City, Conifer, Divide, Englewood, Evergreen, Falcon, Franktown, Fountain, Genesee, Golden, Highlands Ranch, Indian Hills, Lakewood, Larkspur, Leadville, Littleton, Lone Tree, Manitou Springs, Monument, Morrison, Northglenn, Palmer Lake, Parker, Perry Park, Peyton, Salida, Sedalia, Roxborough Park, Thornton, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Woodland Park
https://www.MiddCoHomeInspections.com
Kyle is a native of Colorado and grew up in Littleton. He has over 16 years experience in the construction industry and besides being an InterNACHI Certified Professional Inspector he is also a licensed Realtor. His construction experience includes landscaping construction, voluntarily rebuilding houses in Mississippi after Hurricane Katrina, equipment operator for Jefferson County Road & Bridge and the City of Aurora, remodeled several fixer-uppers with his wife, performed construction observation and AutoCAD design for an engineering firm in Denver, and Project Manager and installer for a solar company in Englewood.Midd CO Home Inspections services Denver, Colorado Springs, Arvada, Aurora, Bennett, Black Forest, Buena Vista, Castle Rock, Castle Pines, Centennial, Commerce City, Conifer, Divide, Englewood, Evergreen, Falcon, Franktown, Fountain, Genessee, Golden, Highlands Ranch, Indian Hills, Lakewood, Larkspur, Leadville, Littleton, Lone Tree, Manitou Springs, Monument, Morrison, Palmer Lake, Parker, Perry Park, Peyton, Salida, Sedalia, Roxborough Park, Thornton, Westminster, Wheat Ridge, Woodland Park
AmPro Inspections
Serving Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, Castlerock, Boulder
(719) 581-7227
http://www.amproinspections.com

About Colorado Springs, Colorado

Colorado Springs, just 50 miles south of Denver, is an outdoor lovers paradise with many attractions, most notably:

  • The Royal Gorge
  • Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
  • Air Force Academy
  • Pikes Peak
  • Garden of the Gods


Why It's Important to Find a Qualified Home Inspector

Buying a home in Colorado Springs is as competitive as it gets. That means you need to have your ducks in a row before you make an offer. If you have an experienced, qualified home inspector then it makes your life that much easier when you ask the seller to repair certain items. 

A quality home inspection company will walk you through the major items while you're at the inspection and highlight them in an easy-to-read home inspection report.

Many Colorado Springs home inspectors are a member of InterNACHI, which is the largest home inspector association for training and education in Boulder!


What Does a Home Inspection Include?

Each home inspector might include or exclude certain items but in general you can expect most inspectors to inspect the following areas:

- ROOF

This includes roof coverings, gutters, downspouts, vents, flashing, skylights, chimney, & general structure of the roof.

- ATTIC, INSULATION & VENTILATION

- EXTERIOR

Siding, windows, exterior doors, flashing & trip, walkways, driveways, stairs, patios & decks & drainage.

- BASEMENT, FOUNDATION AND/OR CRAWLSPACE & STRUCTURE

Signs of foundation movement, cracks, structural concerns, and indication of water penetration.

- HEATING & COOLING SYSTEMS

Heating & Cooling systems, energy source.

- FIREPLACE

- PLUMBING

Main water & fuel supply shut-off valves, water heater, toilets, sinks, tubs, showers, drain, waste & vent systems.

- ELECTRICAL

Service drop, overhead service conductors, main service disconnect, grounding, switches, light fixtures, AFCI & GFCI receptacles, & presence of smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors.

- DOORS, WINDOWS & INTERIOR


Colorado Springs Real Estate Market

Colorado Springs is no different than other hot states and areas of CO like Denver where it's a seller's market, even with nearly 2,000 homes for sale as of May. In terms of your home inspection, you can expect to get few concessions from the seller so focus on the parts of your home inspection report that point to the major safety hazards.

Median list price - $376k

Average asking price is up 8.8% over this time last year, which means the Colorado Springs market has heated up significantly with how much Denver's growth has spilled down.


Home Inspection Tips for Colorado Springs Homebuyers


  • Make sure you check the education, credentials, experience and reviews of potential home inspectors
  • Call them and get a feel for how their customer service is
  • Don't shop on price alone
  • Attend the home inspection and ask questions!
  • Learn where your main water and electrical shut-offs are
  • Understand how the major home systems work
  • Keep the home inspection findings in perspective. Each home will have issues so prioritize what you'd like to ask of the seller and budget for future repairs.
  • Use your report to set aside some money for repairs down the road

At the end of the day you want to be in a home that is safe and that you can make your own. Finding a qualified home inspector is the first step to making sure you know the investment you're making. 


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