AVAILABLE SEVEN DAYS A WEEK REPORTS EMAILED SAME DAY
ABOUT CALSPEC Calspec Property Inspection is owned and operated by Tim Hoole, a Licensed General Contractor (#794594) and Certified Home Inspector with over 35 years of building and inspection experience. Mr. Hoole is Home Improvement Certified by the California Contractors State License Board and is a member of the National Association of Certified Home Inspectors (#04083173)). He has been actively involved in all phases of construction and renovation since 1975, and has been a full time inspector for fifteen years. This experience will help to provide you with the peace of mind that only a licensed and certified professional can provide.
ABOUT INSPECTIONS All inspections are conducted according to the standards of practice of the California RealEstate Inspection Association. A home inspection is an impartial third party visual examination of the structure and systems of a home, and usually takes about 2 to 3 hours. You will learn about the overall condition of the property, and about the need for any major repairs. The inspector will point out the positive aspects of the home, and you will receive an expert's advice about the feasibility of making upgrades and renovations. This information will be critical when it comes to purchase, repair, and maintenance decisions.
WHAT WE INSPECT We inspect the central heating and cooling systems, the interior plumbing and electrical systems, built-in kitchen appliances, walls, ceilings, floors, insulation, ventilation, roofing, siding and foundation. Also examined are the windows, doors, weather stripping, fences and gates. Some of the items that are not inspected are intercoms, septic systems, elevators, home security systems or any other item that should be checked by an engineer or other specialist or licensed professional.
YOU SHOULD ATTEND THE INSPECTION While this may not always be possible, it is a good idea to get the first hand information that attending the inspection can provide. However, if you cannot be there, we will gladly conduct the inspection and email the report to you.
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING
Thanks for the quick turnaround on the report in Victorville. John N--Investor
Tim was just great! Cindy & Mike G--Home Buyers
I wanted to thank you for taking the time and making the extra trip to Mandalay Drive.Your expertise and explanations really satisfied my clients concerns. It's service like this that will keep me calling you when I need your services. Thank you again. Mike K--Realtor
Thanks for the quick and thorough service. Dan B--Home Buyer
This agreement is between___________________________________________ (client)and CALSPEC PROPERTY INSPECTION (Calspec). This inspection makes no warranty, implied or specific. Calspec recommends that you contact a home warranty company or insurance company for that particular type of coverage. The report is only intended to offer a description of existing visual conditions on the day of the inspection. Conditions where not visible are not discernable. When Calspec inspects your property, the report will reflect what is seen and found during the inspection. Because of the age, design and location of the property, there may be some hairline cracks on driveways or walls. There may be some squeaking on raised or second story floors, some paint peeling, or some cracks over doors and windows. These problems are cosmetic or normal conditions and will not be reported. Where repairs are recommended, qualified professionals in that field should be called upon to make those repairs. Calspec does not make verification of repairs. Clients are advised to obtain all paperwork from these professionals concerning the work performed. These professionals should be happy to provide you with written statements concerning their work. All paperwork should be retained for future reference. The report is not a list of items that the owner or seller must repair. Calspec does not inspect geological conditions, security systems, timer-controlled systems, or personal property. Calspec does not move any furniture or personal property during the course of the inspection and therefore may not discover all deficiencies. The opinions in this report are limited to the date / time / year of the inspection and should not be used as a substitute for the seller's disclosure (Civl Code Section 1102.6). All inspections are conducted according to the standards of practice and the code of ethics of the CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE INSPECTION ASSOCIATION. These standards can be found on the internet at www.creia.org/lawsstandards/index.htm The following do not fall within the guidelines of this home inspection: Conducting tests to determine lead content in plumbing systems or paint. Researching for special study or flood zones. Determining the level of chlorine or other chemicals in pool systems. Investigating the condition of title or zoning easments. Investigating or testing for mold contamination. Investigating prior construction or repairs that were made with or without building permits or that may or may not comply with state or federal regulations and building codes. THIS IS NOT A BUILDING CODE INSPECTION. Should you require such an inspection, Calspec recommends that you contact the local Department of Building and Safety. For more information on mold visit the Environmental Protection Agency website at www.epa.gov/mold Any conflict resulting from this report or any information contained herein will be handled through a reconciliation or mediation company rather than through the court system. The extent of liability will be limited to the cost paid for the inspection report. Calspec reserves the right of refusal to inspect any property. NOTE: Any utilities not on at the time of the inspection will result in items not being tested. A fee of $125.00 will be charged to return and test such items. The report is confidential and is only to be relied upon by the person named as "client" in the report. By signing below client gives Calspec permission to give copies of the report to the seller(s), real estate agent(s) or other interested parties.