The Process
Mountain Home Inspection uses the most accepted Standards of Practice for the industry as
outlined by the American Society of Home Inspectors as the basis for all reports. Your report will conform to all industry standards.

Your participation in the inspection process is welcome. If possible, plan on being present for the inspection. This will help you understand the home and the report better. Whether present
or not, your questions and feedback are always encouraged.

A typical inspection will last several hours and cover the following areas:

  • Exterior of the home
  • Structure of the home
  • Heating and Cooling systems
  • Roofing
  • Plumbing
  • Electrical systems
  • Interior rooms
  • Kitchen
When appropriate, suggestions will be offered to help the home comply with the best accepted practices for building. The inspection report is not merely a list of issues, whenever possible you will be given tips and ideas that will help you better maintain the home.

Your inspection report will be available in a web-based format that may be printed in color. A clear written explanation is provided for each point. Digital pictures are used throughout your report to help illustrate points. Click here to see a sample report.

Note: Although able to understand many issues involved with your home, Mountain Home Inspection remains objective and is not available to correct any of the issues that are discovered during the inspection. These issues should be addressed by competent and independent third parties.

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