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- Residential Inspections
- New Home Inspection
- Pre-Listing Residential Inspection
- Multi-Family Residential Inspection
- Monthly Property Inspection Service
- Phase Construction Inspections
- 1-Year Warranty Inspection
- Pool & Spa Inspection
- Termite Inspection
- Commercial Inspections
Why do you need a home inspector?
The State of Arizona regulates and requires home inspectors to be licensed and to adhere to the State’s STANDARDS OF PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE: AZ ASHI, AZ BTR Revised March 12th, 2015. I strongly encourage you to accompany me on the inspection so that you may ask questions and gain a better understanding of the systems in the home.
I am here to assist you in making a confident decision about your property. Whether you’re buying a new property and want to be sure of what you’re getting…or selling a property and want to eliminate possible problems that could delay or lose a sale. Or you may just want a professional to inspect and advise you on the condition and maintenance or safety recommendations of your current property. I am here to help!
If you have any questions, or are interested in any other services, please contact me so we may discuss your needs.
New Home Inspection
There are good reasons to have a professional inspection performed on the brand new home you are buying.
Buying a new house is likely one of, if not the largest purchase decision you’ll ever make. The whole process is fraught with emotion and stress. A professional home inspection will substantially reduce the risk for your large investment in a new home. It just makes sense to learn as much as you can about the quality of your new home, before signing off on everything.
For the relatively small cost, a professional home inspection of your new dream home can pay big dividends in peace of mind and getting any problems identified and corrected before they can become an unpleasant surprise.
Pool and Spa Inspections
Arizona adopted standards for the inspection of pools and spas in the summer of 2011 (revised in 2015). Our inspections meet or exceed the state’s required inspection standards. Go to the State’s Board of Technical Registration website for these standards at:
We will schedule a termite inspection with a qualified licensed professional at the time of our inspection.
1 Year Warranty Inspection
POM Home Inspection specializes in working with buyers of new homes whose one-year warranty is coming to an end.
The 1-year warranty period is the time between the final walk through / close of escrow and exactly one year from the date of purchase of your new home. This inspection is usually performed the 11th month after the close of escrow. Scheduling your property inspection prior to the 12th month will give you time enough to have an inspection, give the list of needed repairs to the builder, and get those items repaired prior to the warranty expiration.
Our role is to provide an impartial and independent evaluation of the property for the benefit of the homeowner. Having your home professionally inspected by someone who has years of experience with new home construction provides you with one last opportunity to have the builder make repairs to your home before the builder’s obligation to repair has expired.
Pre-Listing Residential Inspection
If you are selling a home, you’ll get the highest price in the shortest time, if your home is in top condition. Almost all sales contracts include the condition that the contract is contingent upon completion of a satisfactory inspection. This is known as the inspection contingency. Buyers will insist on a professional home inspection performed by an inspector they will hire. If the buyer’s home inspector finds a problem, it can cause the buyer to get cold feet and the deal can often fall through. At best, surprise problems uncovered by the buyer’s home inspector will cause delays in closing, and usually you will have to pay for repairs at the last minute, or take a lower price on your home.
It’s better to pay for your own home inspection before putting your home on the market. Having a pre-listing home inspection done will make the whole sale process easier. Present any items as is and reflected in the purchase price. Otherwise, you can count on the buyer’s home inspector finding them, at the worst possible time, causing delays, and costing you more money.
You can also benefit from simply offering certain items as is. Often, you can negotiate with a buyer to accept items in the current condition by stipulating that they are reflected in the purchase price. But that same buyer may walk away from the deal if the conditions come as a surprise, after an offer has already been made. If the home is inspected before the house goes
By having a pre-listing home inspection done, you can identify problems early. Then either correct them or present them as is, assuring that the first offer you accept can move quickly and smoothly to closing without delays or costly surprises.
Monthly Property Inspection Service
Peace of Mind is the primary benefit of our Vacation or Vacant Property Inspection Service. When your home or commercial property is unoccupied, we provide you with the information you need to protect your investment. Monsoon storms and a vacant home or condo are a dangerous combination. We will check your property weekly, biweekly, monthly, or quarterly.
We will immediately notify you of any problems and give updates of our findings after each visit. We will even revisit your property after an extreme storm, at no cost, to see if any exterior damage has been caused by Mother Nature.
Current Vacation Inspection Rates – FULL SERVICE – Covers Interior & Exterior Inspections $50.00 per inspection
Current Vacant Commercial Property Rate is $100.00 per inspection.
Our periodic commercial Vacant Property fee includes a thorough inspection on the following items:
Having local eyes on your vacant commercial property can help alert you to the unexpected property problems that arise before they become major problems.
Phase Construction Inspections
We provide new construction phase inspections for contractor’s periodic draw schedules. We contract with the lender and report each stage of project completion that supports the contractor’s draw requests.
We offer “re-inspections” for inspecting items that were noted as deficiencies during the original inspection and repaired prior to escrow.