Home Buyers Inspection - A comprehensive evaluation and report of the home for the home buyer.
Commercial Inspection - A comprehensive evaluation and report of the entire property. Two plans available, Basic and Reserve Evaluation Forecast. Basic inspection includes, Grounds, Structure, HVAC, Electrical and Plumbing. Reserve Evaluation includes Basic inspection and a detailed 5 year maintenance forecast.
New Construction Home Inspection - Even a brand new home should be inspected. A complete and detailed inspection performed by a third (neutral) party, assures an unbiased inspection.
Annual (1st year) Inspection - You'll want to have your home professionally inspected to observe any defects or attention areas before the builders warranty ends on your new home. This warranty period normally ends after one year.
In-Progress NEW Construction Inspection - Normally three inspections during the construction phase to insure that building specifications and code compliance are met. Inspections are typically Pre-foundation, Pre-drywall, and Final (the in-progress inspection is ideal for the busy or out of state home buyer).
Construction Loan Release (draw) Inspection - This inspection is for the financial institution lending the home builder money during the construction process. Inspections are normally completed several times during construction for the release of phase funding.
Handy Man's Code Compliance Inspection - This inspection is to help assure quality workmanship for almost any size contracted job. (Prices starting as low as $25.00).
Walk Thru - This is a walk thru of the property upon closing. CPI will check the operation of all appliances, lights, water fixtures, etc. This service is very popular among realtors and provided to their clients for peace of mind.