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Top Home Inspectors in Oklahoma City

Top 12 Home Inspectors in Oklahoma City

Prime Inspections
(from 114 reviews)
Prime Inspections
Serving Nichols Hills, The Village, Warr Acres, Bethany, Oklahoma City, Del City, Midwest City, Spencer, Edmond, Moore, Mustang, Nicoma Park, Piedmont, Choctaw, Arcadia, Newcastle, Tuttle, Norman, El Reno, Harrah, Luther, Guthrie, Minco, Blanchard, Noble, Crescent
(405) 802-5522
https://www.primeinspectionsok.com
Highpoint Inspections, LLC
(from 67 reviews)
Highpoint Inspections, LLC
Serving Our Coverage Area Extends Approximately Fifty Miles From OKC. Including but not limited to, Oklahoma City, Bethany, Yukon, Edmond, Midwest City, Del City, Norman, Blanchard​​, and Guthrie. Just a few of the great cities and towns we service!
(405) 200-3571
https://www.hpinspect.com/
  Peace Of Mind At A Highpoint In Your Life InterNACHI ID        NACHI18031105 Oklahoma Home Inspector License #70001907 When you choose Highpoint Inspections, LLC you will receive prompt courteous service directly from the Owner/Inspector. Jimmy Hardesty, is a Certified Professional Inspector certified by the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). With twenty years in the Home Improvement industry, he has repaired thousands of defects. In his former business, Hardesty Improvements, he served the Oklahoma City metro area for over thirteen years. Driven by the desire to serve and the attention to detail that made Hardesty Improvements a success, he is here to serve you in your real estate investment. Fully insured with both General Liability and Professional Liability insuranceWith many large inspection businesses, you may receive service from an employee or independent contractor. When you choose Highpoint Inspections, LLC to perform your full home inspection you will receive:-Free 90-Day Limited Home Warranty    Learn more-RecallChek of All Major Appliances        Learn more-Prompt quality service directly from the owner/inspectorOur detailed digital inspection report includes text, photo and video. We offer Military, First Responders, Teachers and Single parent discounts! We specialize in these great services and many more:-Full Home Inspections-Pre-listing Home Inspections-Septic/Well Inspections-Well Water Testing-(11 Month) Home Inspections on new constructionAll available at a great low price!   Visit our website to view pricing*All Warranty Services Provided By Residential Warranty Services, Inc. Restrictions Apply                        Click here to visit our website, www.hpinspect.com                               View our 5 Star Google reviews here             Peace of Mind at A Highpoint In Your Life   
Sooner Home Inspections
(from 32 reviews)
Sooner Home Inspections
Home Inspections, Sewer Scopes, Well and Septic Inspection
Serving Oklahoma City, Edmond, Moore, Norman, Midwest City, Yukon, Guthie and surrounding areas.
(405) 792-0407
https://www.soonerhomeinspection.com
Inspections OKC LLC                Dba, Schlegel Inspections
(from 11 reviews)
Inspections OKC LLC Dba, Schlegel Inspections
Residential Inspections, 11 month Builders Warranty inspections, Home Maintenance Inspections, Investment Property inspections
Serving Oklahoma City Metro, Edmond, Deer Creek, Piedmont, Jones, Yukon,
(405) 875-3378
http://www.schlegelinspections.com
I am Steve Schlegel of Schlegel Inspections. I specialize in helping you have peace of mind about the investment you are about to make.  I don’t just inspect your future home…I will give you peace of mind.Why choose Schlegel inspections?I am an InterNachi Certified Professional Home Inspector and Licensed in the State of Oklahoma.  I practice the highest inspection standards, which are derived from InterNachi and Oklahoma state standards.  I use state of the art reporting software that will provide easy to read, robust reports on your home investment.My promise to you – to inspect your home as if it were going to be my own. I am always striving to earn a reputation for excellent and timely service.  I provide high-detail inspection services and deliver you a home inspection report that gives you the insights you need to make a smart and informed decision. My work is guaranteed!  If I missed anything per InterNACHI's Residential Standards of Practice, InterNACHI® will buy the home back within 90 days of closing and pay the owner whatever price they paid for it's that simple.  More Info: Buy Back                 Services Schlegel Inspections is your one-stop shop for all your home inspection needs.Buyer’s InspectionsBuying a home is one of the biggest investments you will ever make. Before you buy, you should have a home inspection to avoid potential costly repairs or defects that would otherwise go undetected. A typical home inspection catches common defects, so you gain comfort with the quality of the property  you are purchasing.  Often the defects identified can be part of the contract negotiations and often some repair allowances are built into the transaction.Seller’s or Pre-listing Inspections It is a good practice to have a pre-listing inspection to allow the seller to evaluate any repairs and make those before putting their home on the market.  The inspection report will provide a baseline list of things that require attention. This will eliminate last minute surprises that could complicate or delay the sale of your home.  Also, realize that most buyers will still want to perform their own inspection even if the seller has already had an inspection done.Homeowner Maintenance InspectionsA home is made up of many systems that age and can fail over time. Often, a homeowner may not be aware of a problem until a significant issue arises. Catching these issues early by having a home inspection can prevent or minimize costly repairs.  You will be advised on regular maintenance so you can protect your investment.  An objective inspection report can help the homeowner prioritize home repairs and maintenance items.  This is recommended on an annual or bi-annual basis.Builder’s One-Year Warranty InspectionsMost new home builders include a one-year warranty with the purchase of their houses. A homeowner may want to have a professional inspection done on their home before the builder’s warranty expires. The homeowner can then pass the report on to their builder’s warranty department for adjustments, repairs or replacements of home components. Even if the home was new, that does not mean it was free from defects, poor workmanship, defective building materials or poor design can result in premature failure.  Your report will also include home maintenance items observed during the inspection.  This inspection is recommended 10-11 months after the date of purchase.  It is best to test your water quality during your home inspection. This is the ideal way to ensure your water is safe for you and your family.LEAD, ARSENIC, NITRATES, HUNDREDS MOREChemicals migrate into water from old pipes, industry, agriculture, and other sources. Many have no taste, color, or smell. Authorities test at facilities but they don't know what's coming out of your tap.  SimpleLab Pro Certified water testing service with unbiased treatment matching and health risk analysis - so you don't waste money on treatment that doesn't do what you need.AboutSchlegel Inspections focuses on communication and education. I am here to help you understand your new home and help you be a smarter homeowner.  I would be honored to be your home inspector and consultant. I don’t just inspect your future home...I will give you peace of mind. I have a great desire to create, fix and build things.  My teenage years were filled with wood shop, metal shop, mechanical drawing, and architecture classes.  I spent hours at home construction sites after school observing the details.  I bought my first home and rental property at the age of 21.  My spare time is filled with remodeling or completing home repairs which include electrical, plumbing, roofing, framing, heating, and air.  The pride of doing it yourself is something I thrive on!  I would go onto purchase more homes, have more rental properties and continue the DIY projects.  These passions however played a sideline to my day job, owning Schlegel Bicycles a retail bicycle business.  It combined building and fixing things while including another one of my passions, working with people. I simply love sharing my knowledge with others, advising them about their purchase decisions and guiding them through the process.Fast Forward to 2019, I sold my retail store after 40 years. This new freedom created new opportunity.   Anyone who knows me, knows I am a perfectionist and very detail orientated.  Home Inspection was the perfect fit for my next career.  I found the course work to be very captivating.  My foundation of knowledge was complemented giving me a better understanding on complete systems and components of a home.My 40 years of retail experience taught me the importance of great communication.  When you hire Schlegel Inspections, you will get a thorough evaluation listing defects or issues of your home as well as clear detailed reports.  Home ownership is one of the most important purchases of one’s lifetime. I am here to help give you peace of mind.
Inspection Connection LLC
Serving Oklahoma City Metro, Guthrie, Stillwater, Edmond, Midwest City, Piedmont, Yukon, Mustang, Moore, Norman
(405) 227-5030
http://theinspectionconnection.net/
Red Dirt Home Inspections, LLC
Residential Home Inspections, Roof Inspections
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73112
(405) 549-3050

About Oklahoma City

Common Home Inspection Questions


What do home inspectors look for on their checklists?

Each home inspector may have a slightly different "Standards of Practice" that dictate what exactly they will inspect, but in general you can expect most home inspectors to check the following major systems and components:

  • Roofing
  • Attic
  • Exterior
  • Basement Structure
  • Cooling Systems
  • Heating Systems
  • Fireplace & Chimneys
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical
  • Interior

Can a house fail an inspection?

A home inspection isn't a "pass" or "fail" type of inspection. A home inspection is a visual, general checkup on your homes major systems and components. It's purpose is to point out major safety hazards & defects that could aid in negotiating with the seller or help you budget for future repairs and upgrades. It's a snapshot in time to give you an understanding of the health of your home.

Do home inspectors check appliances?

Most home inspectors do check certain aspects of appliances such as dishwasher functionality or leaks or for an anti-tip device on oven/ranges. Some will check microwaves or refrigerators for basic functionality.

How much does a home inspection cost?

The range can largely depend on what add-on services you choose like termite or mold inspections. The national average home inspection cost is $358 for a basic home inspection. A very small price for what can be discovered and peace of mind!

Who attends the home inspection?

Homebuyers should attend the home inspection so they can ask questions about their future home! The buyer's agent also often attends the inspection so they can learn about the potential issues they will be articulating to the selling agent in negotiations.

Local Oklahoma City Real Estate Information

Norada Real Estate Investments states that "Oklahoma City is home to just over 600,000 people. The metropolitan area is home to over a million people. The Oklahoma City housing market is stable to strong because it is slowly growing."

With steady growth in property values and a landlord friendly environment, this points to OKC being a great place to move, live and invest in.

With a median list price of $200,000 and median sale price of $162,000, Oklahoma City is an attractive up and coming city for families, students and investors alike. Some of the hot, top neighborhoods identified by Trulia include:

  • Quail Creek
  • Woodland Park
  • Central Park
  • Mesta Park
  • Downtown OKC