InterNACHI Certified Home Inspector
Colorado has no training or licensing requirement for home inspectors. By following the InterNACHI Code of Ethics and Standards of Practice, the home owner can be assured of the highest standards.
Over 120 hours of annual training and years of construction and inspection experience separate us from the competition.
We use modern technology to help create the most comprehensive reports possible.
A home inspector can approximate the installation age of major systems in the home like plumbing, heating and cooling, and critical equipment like water heaters.
Skyline's commitment to excellence is unmatched in the industry.
There are many inspectors in the Denver area that will charge a home buyer less. Since this is an unregulated market, one must be aware that you get what you pay for.
By hiring an inspector that has taken the extra step to become certified, you can be assured your money is well spent.
We use state of the art reporting software that allows the inspector to record problems encountered in real time.
Your report will have detailed notes and pictures of any defect the inspector discovers.
All reports will be delivered electronically within 24 hours of the inspection.
Your new home is likely the largest investment you will make. New homeowners can be overwhelmed by a huge amount of information in a very short time. Our inspectors will take the time to explain the many different systems that make up your new home, how they interact with each other and ongoing maintenance items.
Armed with cutting-edge technology like Infrared thermal imaging cameras, drone cameras, moisture meters and combustible gas leak detectors, we have all the tools necessary to ensure your home is safe. We will give you the information needed to help you have confidence in the home you are considering buying.
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Make sure you choose an InterNACHI®-Certified Home Inspector to inspect your home. Buying a home is the biggest purchase you'll ever make.
A home inspection is a non-invasive, visual examination of the accessible areas of a residential property designed to identify defects.
Thermal imaging is an advanced, non-invasive technology that allows the inspector to show homeowners things about their homes that can’t be revealed using conventional inspection methods, including air infiltration, plumbing leaks and overheated electrical equipment.
This is a free service included in all inspections.
The EPA recommends all homes be tested every two years.
We use state of the art Continuous Radon Monitor (CRM) equipment to perform a 48 hour test on your home.
A thorough inspection covering all systems from roof to basement and everything in between, including thermal imaging using state-of-the art FLIR infrared camera. Your results are sent to you within 24 hours as an easy to read, web hosted report, highlighting problem areas as well as pictures, videos and links to appliance manuals and recalls.
Single family dwellings up to 2000 square feet.
Single family dwellings over 2000 square feet are an additional $100 per 500 square feet.
These homes generally have the exterior maintenance performed by the HOA. An exterior examination is still completed, but the majority of the inspection is spent on the interior and its systems.
An active 48 hour Radon test using a certified and calibrated continuous radon monitoring device (CRM). Unlike a passive device, this active electronic device produces a chart showing the hourly averages throughout the monitoring period.
A stand alone test, not including home inspection.
Radon test when included with home inspection.
Investors are usually too busy to perform a comprehensive inspection on their future properties. A certified inspector can give peace of mind, at a price much lower than unexpected problems. Whether it is a buy and hold, a rehab or a vacant rental ready to list, we can give ease the burden on the current or future owner.
Due to the huge variety investors, it's best to call to discuss future uses of the property so the best inspection can be given.
An existing property needs documentation between tenants. Hiring a certified inspector will create an unbiased record of your property before the tenant takes possession.