Frequently Asked Questions:
Many people are recommended to have home inspections:
What are their qualifications?
Are they certified? If so, by whom?
Do they have reliable referrals and testimonials?
Do they carry professional E&O insurance?
How long does the inspection last?
How much will the inspection cost?
We follow the NACHI Standards of Practice, which can be found here.
The following are some of the many items we will be inspecting:
It is important to be able to present your builder with a detailed report before your One Year warranty runs out. This will give you evidence of any issues you need repaired before the warranty expires and you become liable for all issues with your home.
It is recommended you get your home inspected. This prevents you from having to make repairs or pay for repairs when you go under contract.
Moreover, you receive an unbiased report you can trust and are able to even increase the value of your property before you sell it by making the necessary repairs.
Colorado is has the 7th highest radon levels out of all states in the U.S.
The Surgeon General warns that radon levels above 3.9pCi/L have a high risk of causing lung cancer. How do you know if you and your family are in danger if you do not test?
Each inspection company comes with various qualifications, insurances, and credentials. Allco Inspection Services is one of the most qualified inspection companies in the state.
Our home inspections range from $200 up to $700 and above; as our inspections are based off square footage, age, and location. Typically, the bigger the property the more expensive the inspection. Our inspectors look at the property from top to bottom, inside and out. This is why we base pricing primarily off square footage.
However, Allco offers a Price Match Guarantee. If you find another inspection company with similar credentials, insurance, and certifications, we will match their price.
It is generally well-known that to get a home inspection before buying a resale home is a good idea. But this is in order to avoid costly repairs in the future as much as possible.
This also presents you with the items to request are repaired or replaced in your Inspection Objection. Basically, it is a great way to save you money in the future!