Last Updated: Mar 1, 2024
Home Inspection Services
The professional home inspector visually examines the readily accessible systems and components of a home and operates those systems and components utilizing industry Standards of Practice. The client is encouraged to attend the entire inspection. Areas to be inspected include:
Upon completion of the inspection, a computerized inspection report with digital pictures of defects is printed on site and presented in the Pillar To Post Inspection Report Binder, which also includes a seasonal maintenance checklist, home file system for receipts and other important papers, and a Home Depot Home Improvement CD-Rom.
Our reports can be emailed or faxed to wherever needed for your convenience.
We inspect residential single and multi unit homes, manufactured homes, light commercial office/retail buildings.
Pre-Listing Inspection for Sellers
In preparation for listing a home for sale, the professional home inspector will visually examine the readily accessible systems and components of a home and operate those systems and components utilizing industry Standards of Practice. The owner is encouraged to attend the entire inspection. Areas to be inspected include:
Upon completion of the inspection, a computerized inspection report with digital photos of defects is printed right on site and presented at the close of the inspection.
Additional copies of the report can be made available for potential buyers at the sellers request.
Wood Destroying Pests and Dry Rot inspection
The State of Washington requires that every home inspection also include a Pest and Dry Rot report. All Pillar To Post inspections satisfy this requirement. An individual Pest report can be generated as needed.
A visual examination of areas to be determined by the client designed to evaluate whether work requested in a contract addendum has been completed in a satisfactory manner. A copy of the contract addendum and the client, or the clients representative must be present during the re-inspection. The re-inspection report will be issued at the conclusion of the re-inspection.