Home Inspections

Concept Design



August 13th 2011

We are now EPA Certified for Lead Safety for Renovation, Repairs and Painting.



August 13th 2011

Current projects:

Pate: San Dimas, Kitchen remodel

Loggia: Covina, Kitchen remodel

Colpepper: Pomona, Kitchen remodel, flooring

Hafif: Santago Canyon, New custom home.

County estates: Roofing projects, multiple units

Home Inspection

Professional home inspection services




  • Residential Inspections
  • Roof Certifications

Inspection Reports

We provide next day typed residential inspection reports. On the spot written reports at no extra charge. One day turn around for roof certifications without repairs. Free estimates on any repairs or corrections. All work guaranteed for one year minimum. Since are fully licensed general building, roofing, electrical, HVAC and home improvement contractors you can be assured you will receive the finest quality and experience in the construction industry.


Exterior Areas Inspected

  • Roof, Garage, Chimney and Venting
  • Main Electrical Panel and Electrical Wiring
  • Water/Gas Valves and Lines
  • Patios and Decks
  • Driveways, Sidewalks and Grading
  • Sprinkler and Low Voltage Lighting


Under Home Areas Inspected

  • Foundation, Post and Girders
  • Sub Floor, Floor Insulation
  • Venting, Excessive Moisture
  • Anchor Bolts
  • Complete Under Home Inspection.


Attic Area Inspected

  • Structural, Joist, Framing, Trusses
  • Electrical, Plumbing
  • Duct Work, Venting, Exhaust Venting and Chimney
  • Gas Lines
  • Roof Problems


Interior Areas Inspected

  • Floors and Ceilings
  • Laundry Areas and Plumbing
  • Doors and Windows
  • Electrical, Heating and Air Conditioning
  • Water Heater, Fireplace and Built-in Appliances



Your Inspection

You should expect to know of any visible defects in the home and its components. The home inspector should be capable of recognizing and describing a defective componenet that was accessible or not working properly and needs troubleshooting by that type of trade professional. Then report should be easy to read and understand.

Reasons For Sellers To Have An Inspection

  • First and foremost, you should have an inspection for full disclosure. You will have demonstrated that you did all you could to reveal any defects within the home.
  • Second, you will save money and hassle knowing now what your defects are, not after the buyers inspection.
  • Defects found before the buyers will allow you to shop around for a contractor and not have to deal with the inflated estimates that they buyer will present.