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Chris Hess did a awesome job with inspection .Took the time at explaining anything you don’t understand.Very up front and honest if there’s problems with the home .I used House to Home on two different homes and I would recommend them.Thank you Chris..
– Jackie Snyder
We were so impressed that the inspector called us to go over the summary page because we weren’t there and he explained routine maintenance things vs. things that were safety issue and important.
– Helen Jung
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Your home’s roof is its first line of defense against storms and extreme weather, be it a foot or more of snow dropping from the sky overnight or high winds that tear through the town. When homeowners place blind faith in their roof and neglect it completely until the first sign of a leak appears in the ceiling, they could already be facing much larger problems—unwanted structural issues, mold growth, or damaged insulation, for starters. Spare yourself a headache down the road by having your roof professionally inspected House to Home Inspections of Colorado before you buy.
Buying your first home is super exciting, but it can also be a little nerve-wracking. Making serious financial decisions and dealing with unfamiliar lingo can be overwhelming, not to mention all of the considerations about what kind of shape the house is in when it becomes yours. It’s enough to send you screaming back to your rental property.
House to Home Inspect of Colorado are great allies when it comes to making one of the most important purchasing decisions of your life. Most first-time homeowners don’t have a clue how to kick the tires on a house. Is the foundation strong? Does the roof leak? Is the rear deck up to code? How on Earth do you know if the wiring needs attention? Thankfully, a home inspector from House to Home Inspect of Colorado can tell you all this and more.
My buyer’s had an inspection with Kelly and he could not have been more professional. He was able to answer all questions, provide a ton of education, and sprinkle in some lighthearted humor along the way. Love working with the House to Home Team and refer them to all buyers I work with. Top notch crew.
– Ross Treffert
Felipe was extremely personable and knowledgeable in his field. He took the time out to really explain everything to us, and point out things to look for. We are first time home buyers, and weren’t sure what to expect, so we were thrilled at how pain free the process was. Would definitely recommend!
– Krista Sarno
Buying a home is one of the biggest investment decisions you’ll ever make in your life. In fact, it is more than an investment, it involves defining part of you and your family.
At House to Home Inspect Colorado we understand the importance of the buyer’s involvement in the home inspection process.
Having an inspection performed on your new commercial property is a small price to pay for the safety of those involved in the investment as well as the reputation of the investor. Have you opened a new location, redesigned your shop, or added a new product or service? Don’t keep it to yourself, let folks know.
We appreciate those who keep this country safe. That’s why if you’re in the US military, or a member of your immediate family is, or if you’re a US veteran, we’d like to offer you a discount on any of our home inspection services or packages.
- Radon is the 2nd leading cause of Lung Cancer in the U.S.
- Radon is a Class A Carcinogen.
- Radon is Tasteless, Colorless, and Odorless.
- Radon causes more deaths per year than Carbon Monoxide, House Fires, Drownings, and Drunk Driving combined.
- Our region is a level 3 out of 4 concentration.
- Radon gas is the by-produt of decayed Uranium and is found in soil which means any house is at risk.
- The EPA suggests that all houses be tested for Radon.
- The only way to know if you or your family is exposed to this silent killer is through Radon Testing.